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DVS spotlights VENICE and CLIPSTER's new workflows for RED and stereoscopic 3D (14/8/2009)
DVS sends clear signals to broadcasters with further developments to VENICE, the new video server. CLIPSTER(r) enters the third dimension with its innovative feature for 3D DCI Mastering. Revolutionary real-time RED(tm) workflows play another key role at booth 7.E21.
At IBC booth 7.E21, DVS showcases solutions for time-saving and future-proof workflows for the broadcast, post production and presentation industry.
From September 11th to 15th, DVS presents further developments of its VENICE video server, introducing a product line especially suited for the broadcast market. VENICE provides fast, consistent workflows with compressed video formats. Different data formats can be converted and distributed in production environments on-the-fly. DVS's video server also supports parallel processing of SD and HD projects.
Visitors to the DVS booth will experience the real-time processing of RED(tm) data with DVS's flagship CLIPSTER(r). CLIPSTER's remarkable new hardware decodes and debayers RED(tm) RAW files in full quality at 4K 12 bit RGB mode. All of CLIPSTER's real-time effects can be used up to 4K. CLIPSTER(r) generates digital deliverables in high-speed, enables conforming of RED(tm) files and provides complete camera parameter settings for adjustment at any time.
CLIPSTER(r) enters the third dimension: 3D projects as specified by DCI are easily processed with the DI workstation. CLIPSTER(r) merges left eye and right eye image data together and creates a stereoscopic video track in the timeline that can be edited as regular video material. In addition, CLIPSTER(r) has the ability to create 3D DCPs in high speed.
Hans-Ulrich Weidenbruch, DVS CEO: "We transferred our longstanding expertise in post production to the requirements of cutting-edge broadcasting. VENICE, as presented at IBC, is a future-proof system, guaranteeing file based broadcast workflows with maximum flexibility. We look forward to presenting all of our advanced solutions at IBC."
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