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NEWS NAB Enhancing GV STRATUS capabilities A s part of its ongoing commitment to open standards architecture, Grass Valley, A Belden Brand, has announced a partnership with UK-based Marquis Broadcast to expand the functionality and capability of its GV STRATUS Nonlinear Media Production toolset and the K2 Summit media server. Grass Valley will incorporate Marquis MEWS API services to enable the quick and easy exchange of files between GV STRATUS and Avid solutions, as well as other third-party products. Marquis technology will also be used to enable the interoperability with other products requiring OP Atom file creation and additional file transfer types. www.grassvalley.com Bringing physical assets into the digital world T MD, the leading provider of asset management systems for digital and physical assets, has added yet more functionality to the Library module of its Mediaflex asset management system. The new software version will be of particular interest to those who still retain physical assets, either because they are migrating large legacy archives, or because they need to keep the originals for their historical and cultural value. The latest version of the Library module not only tracks the physical location of a tape or a fi lm can, it actually suggests locations to make future retrieval easier, based on business and operational rules. Regularly used items, or material scheduled to be ingested or processed in the near future, can be kept near at hand to speed sorting. www.tmd.tv Searching? broadcast cameraman Search with full details of hundreds of GTC accredited Camera Operators, Lighting Cameramen, DoPs and specialist cameramen, why go anywhere else? www.gtc.org.uk/search TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 89 MAY 2014 | 21