TV-BAY Issue 88

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NEWS NAB Booth C4742 I-MOVIX I -MOVIX has announced the debut at NAB 2014 of a completely re-designed range of its X10 ultra slow motion systems. The new product line emphasises modular configurability to allow the creation of solutions to meet any production scenario, with a lifetime’s adaptability to changing requirements and technology updates. Booth C6143 Cooke Optics M ulti-award winning manufacturer of precision lenses for film and television, Cooke Optics, is pleased to announce that it is now shipping the first sets of its Anamorphic/i range. The Anamorphic/i lenses will be available for demonstration on Stand C6144 at NAB 2014, together with Cooke’s range of miniS4/i, S4/i, and 5/i lenses and the Cooke Metrology lens test projector. www.cookeoptics.com www.i-movix.com  Booth C2950 NETIA Booth C6443 Transvideo A A t the 2014 NAB Show, NETIA will highlight an array of new product features and functions that not only streamline the sharing of content among production sites, but also enrich the use of metadata in media asset management. The company will showcase enhancements that improve users’ multimedia production capabilities, as well as their mobile and remote production workflows. ward winning French monitor company Transvideo has furthered its commitment to Digital Cinematography by the launch of a new concept of on-board field monitor, StarliteHD. NETIA also will demonstrate its ability to integrate complex production ecosystems and simplify the publishing of content and data to the second screen. With cameras reducing in size and portable systems becoming more and more compact, Transvideo has created a small 5 HD OLED monitor, about the size of a smartphone and weighting only 190 Grams. Visionary Solutions Despite its incredible small form factor StarliteHD is a professional high-end 3G-SDI field monitor. Built- in tools include a high-resolution waveform monitor and a precision vectorscope, while an embedded recorder delivers dailies in H.264 on to SD cards. Yet more features will be announced soon. www.transvideo.eu 28 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 88 APRIL 2014 www.netia.com V isionary Solutions, Inc. (VSI) have announced the launch of its new PackeTV®, a modular, end-to-end IP video network and asset management solution that enables secure, scheduled, and on-demand delivery of live and recorded video for enterprise, entertainment, education, healthcare, IT, broadcast, and house of worship markets. VSI will demonstrate the entire PackeTV ecosystem for the first time at the 2014 NAB Show. With PackeTV, organizations can easily and cost-effectively deliver high- quality HD and SD, MPEG-2/H.264 video content to TVs, set-top boxes (STBs), PCs, tablets, smartphones, and other IP-connected devices across a wide range of networks, including LAN, WAN, Wi-Fi, cellular, and public Internet.  www.vsicam.com Booth SU8602