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Managing Media with Marquis Project Parking Accessorize your Cinema Camera O Connor has announced that its family of lens controls and camera accessories are perfectly compatible with the Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera. Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced that OutPost, the independent post production house based at Pinewood Studios, is to use Project Parking Version 3 to manage its media.  Project Parking is Marquis archive and restore solution which enables editors to analyse all projects on their edit storage by size, project, location, age, duplicated or orphaned files and then archive or copy files to second tier storage or delete unused media at the touch of a button, while still maintaining a usable and easily accessible format for future use. www.marquisbroadcast.com A key to the OConnor accessory family lies in its universality. Each of the OConnor accessories from the Universal Camera Baseplate, O-Focus Dual Mini Follow Focus, O-Box WM Mattebox to the O-Grips handgrips, works right out of the box, to line up and interface seamlessly with the Blackmagic Design camera. DIONIC HD battery makes NAB debut N ew Lithium-Ion Battery Offers Unrivalled Capacity, Longer Cycle Life and Updated RealTime Display www.ocon.com Complete portable satellite solution Megahertz Broadcast Systems (MHz), the international independent systems integrator, has signed a partnership agreement with C-COM Satellite Systems Inc, the leading provider of mobile auto-deploying satellite antenna systems. The new deal will see MHz using the leading edge Ku- and Ka-band VSAT satellite equipment from C-COM in tightly integrated, easy to use digital SNG solutions for broadcast journalists on the move. www.c-comsat.com. $100,000 of player licenses to giveaway at NAB C inegy Player is a new standalone tool for viewing popular broadcast files in a professional interface, using the same industry leading technology that underpins all other Cinegy products. Following the launch of Cinegy Player in 2012, Cinegy will distribute complimentary licenses (worth $129 each) to the first 1000 stand visitors to Cinegy booth SL 11112 Employing sixth-generation cell technology, the DIONIC HD incorporates the companys latest software architecture and an improved LCD for superior safety and reliability in the most extreme environmental conditions. Weighing 40 percent less than a NiCad or NiMH battery, the DIONIC HD has 25 percent more capacity and will run a 30-watt camera, monitors and multiple accessories for more than six hours. www.antonbauer.com www.cinegy.com 20 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE TV-BAY076APR13.indd 20 26/03/2013 16:47