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WORLD NEWS Lightworks on Windows, Mac and Linux E Delivering affordable digital archiving ditShare®, the technology leader in shared media storage and end-to-end tapeless workflow solutions, demonstrated its Lightworks Pro editor running on Mac, Linux and Windows at IBC2013. The tri-platform editor has reached a groundbreaking 600,000+ registered users and is the tool of choice for editors working on a wide range of critically acclaimed films. www.editshare.com C ache-A, a manufacturer of award-winning LTO- tape archiving appliances for media and entertainment, and axle Video, the company redefining media management, and have announced an integrated solution combining media asset management for professional video and digital media workflows. The end-to- end solution leverages Cache- A’s renowned LTO-4, 5, and 6 archive appliances and axle Video’s highly-regarded media management software and appliances. The new, browser-based axle Video/Cache-A solution automatically catalogs and tracks media content over its lifecycle. Content can be quickly annotated with customizable metadata fields, then archived to, and quickly retrieved from, a network-attached Cache-A LTO-tape appliance, with a storage capacity in the hundreds of Terabytes. www.axlevideo.com www.Cache-A.com Granada Reports shows off its new view R osco VIEW enables the studio to balance the exposure through the window in order to feature the iconic Manchester backdrop outside their new set. ITV’s BAFTA award-winning Granada Reports recently relocated their studios into the UK’s new MediaCityUK in Manchester.  According to Programme Director Mike Sergeant, “The relocation of the ITV Granada Reports News Studio from its Quay Street site to the 4th floor of the Orange Tower in MediaCityUK presented a fantastic opportunity to feature the view over Salford Quays to the Lowry Theatre and the Imperial War Museum as an iconic backdrop to our Regional News Programme.” ”Operationally this presented a number of technical difficulties” says Project Manager Dave Wyatt who stated that one of the major tasks was “figuring out a method to control the variable light levels outside relative to the lighting on the news set itself.” Rosco VIEW, a unique two-part window control system consisting of wide width polarizing panels installed on windows and a matching polarizing filter for the camera, ended up being the solution they chose to control the exposure of the external light as seen through the window.  The scope of the project involved thirty, custom-cut Rosco VIEW window panels, six Rosco VIEW motorized camera filters and a Rosco VIEW Graphic User Interface that allows the control room to rotate all of the camera filters remotely and ‘dial-in’ the exact window exposure they need at that exact moment. www.rosco.com/VIEW 24 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 82 OCTOBER 2013