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IMAGICA LIVE ELECTS ZIXI FOR INNOVATIVE CLOUD MEDIA CENTER Posted: 23/04/2020
IMAGICA LIVE ELECTS ZIXI FOR INNOVATIVE CLOUD MEDIA CENTER

Software-Defined Video Platform facilitates distribution of live sports streaming to media partners

Zixi, the industry leader for enabling dependable, live broadcast-quality video over any-IP, and award winning architect of the Software-Defined Video Platform (SDVP), today announced that Imagica Live, the innovator of the world’s first cloud-based media center for live sports streaming, has adopted Zixi and Zixi ZEN Master as the foundation of its robust worldwide video transmission network.

Since 2017, Imagica Live has operated the virtual media center for professional sports leagues and other major sporting events, ingesting and aggregating live streams from more than 60 stadiums and arenas across Japan over an IP network into a dynamic cloud video system. The real-time transcoding of those video streams is delivered in variable formats, allowing for the appropriate video to reach the teams, professional referees, Japan’s national and local broadcasting networks and overseas publishing points immediately.

Tags: Zixi | Imagica | IP | Sports leagues | ZEN Master | Yasuhiro Kawata | Michael Poppler
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Imagica builds new facility around Baselight Posted: 18/06/2014
Imagica builds new facility around Baselight

Imagica South East Asia is building a new post house on the campus of Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, the joint venture between the UK Pinewood Studios Group and the Malaysian governments investment body Khazanah Nasional Berhad. Imagica, which has been using Baselight colour grading at its Japanese facilities for some years, has selected a powerful Baselight FOUR system, together with a FLUX Store server network and Truelight colour management system for the new facility.

Tags: Imagica | Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios | Pinewood | FilmLight | Baselight | Post | Malaysia | FLUX | Baselight FOUR | Grading | Colour | Color Grading | Broadcast Asia 2014 | Broadcast Asia 2014
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Top Japanese post house IMAGICA invests in Pablo Rio for 4K and HFR Posted: 13/01/2014
Top Japanese post house IMAGICA invests in Pablo Rio for 4K and HFR
Japan's largest post-production company, IMAGICA, has purchased a Quantel Pablo Rio and Neo Nano color panel for 4K and HFR editing, color correction and finishing. Established in 1935 and headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo, IMAGICA is home to Japan's most extensive production and post-production facilities, providing services for the film, advertising and motion picture industries.
Tags: Quantel | Pablo Rio | IMAGICA | post production | color correction | 4K | HFR | finishing
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Signiant Media Exchange Facilitates Fast, Secure Transfer of Video Assets for Japans Mainichi Broadcasting System Posted: 06/05/2011
Signiant Media Exchange Facilitates Fast, Secure Transfer of Video Assets for Japans Mainichi Broadcasting System Signiant, the leading developer of content supply chain management solutions, today announced that its Media Exchange (MX) content sharing solution is at the core of a turnkey digital content transfer service offered by Japanese systems integrator IMAGICA DIGIX. Japan's Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) recently used the new service, called So-Air, to acquire video content from 21 countries for its popular "Around the World in 60 Days" program.

Tags: Signiant | Media Exchange | Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) | Around the World in 60 Dats | So-Air | Imagica DIGIX
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