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Archimedia Announces Power Workstations for QC and Critical Viewing of Master Media Files on HD and UHD Screens Posted: 16/09/2013
Archimedia Announces Power Workstations for QC and Critical Viewing of Master Media Files on HD and UHD Screens
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced the release of two Power Workstations that enable critical viewing and quality control of master media files by quality control (QC) operators, archivists, managers, and other media professionals in the digital cinema and broadcast industries. The Power Workstations are driven by Archimedia's breakthrough Universal Master Media Player software and come preconfigured for use in either HDTV or UHDTV environments.
Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Power Workstations | QC | DPX | ProRes | IBC2013
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Archimedia to Demonstrate Its Master-File Reference Player and Test Suite on Front Porch Digitals IBC Stand Posted: 28/08/2013
Archimedia to Demonstrate Its Master-File Reference Player and Test Suite on Front Porch Digitals IBC Stand
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced it will exhibit the Archimedia Reference Player and its companion Archimedia Reference Charts at IBC2013 on Front Porch Digital Stand 7.D14. The company will also give a preview of Archimedia Hub, which offers browser-based access to the Archimedia Reference Player.
Tags: Archive | Archivists | Video-Q | Archimedia | DPX | ProRes | Front Porch Digital | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Archimedia Unveils Advanced Test Patterns for Commodity Hardware up to 4K SDI and HDMI(R) Posted: 20/08/2013
Archimedia Unveils Advanced Test Patterns for Commodity Hardware up to 4K SDI and HDMI(R)
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced Archimedia Reference Charts, a set of advanced test patterns developed by renowned video test and measurement company VideoQ specifically for mastering formats such as JPEG 2000. Designed for use with the Archimedia Reference Player, the world's first software reference player for viewing, testing, and measuring master files on a standard HDMI(R) HDTV, the Archimedia Reference Charts allow users to test, align, configure, troubleshoot, and stress any equipment with an SDI or HDMI input. Such devices include encoders; transmitters; video recorders; monitors; projectors; standards converters; editors; and ingest and capture devices.
Tags: Archive | Archivists | Video-Q | Archimedia | DPX | ProRes
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Archimedia Upgrades Its Reference Player to Support More Mastering Formats Posted: 31/07/2013
Archimedia Upgrades Its Reference Player to Support More Mastering Formats
Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives without loss of quality, today announced it has upgraded the Archimedia Reference Player to add support for more mastering formats. Introduced in June, the Archimedia Reference Player is the first software player to support multiple vendors' formats, allowing users to view, test, and measure archival-quality files on a standard HDTV and traditional SDI equipment.
Tags: Archimedia | Archive | Archivists | JPEG 2000 | DPX | ProRes
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ERA Showcases Enhanced Automated Workflows and amp; Intelligent Archive Solutions At BVE North 2012 (Stand F5) Posted: 04/10/2012
ERA Showcases Enhanced Automated Workflows and amp;  Intelligent Archive Solutions At BVE North 2012  (Stand F5)

ERA Ltd, a leading IT infrastructure and application reseller specialising in Post Production, Broadcast and Media, will showcase enhancements to ERA MediaFlow, its innovative workflow automation solution, and present StorageDNA LTO LTFS archiving at Broadcast Video Expo North, Manchester Central Arena, 13-14 November (Stand F5).

Tags: ERA | BVE North | BVE North 2012 | MediaCityUK | workflow | workflow automation | storage | archive | post-production | ERA MediaFlow | MediaFlow | ERA MediaEdit | MediaEdit | StorageDNA | DNA Evolution | Sean Baker | LTO-5 LTFS | DPX | BVE North 2012 | BVE North 2012
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