Studiotech Belgium, a key player in global broadcast systems, AV and engineering has designed and launched a new product, the Studio Mobile NLE, a complete flyaway Non Linear Editing system, with the prime objective of making field activities for editors and operators speedy, simple and reliable.
The Mobile NLE Studio offers all the power of a mobile editing system. Easy to set up, use and store, it is readily portable to ensure coverage of any event at express speed by providing quality results and powerful graphics. Field production is a reality for most news editors and in many cases, they make do with a laptop that operates outside their editorial offices. Working conditions, often difficult and unsatisfactory, frequently forces them to use add-on equipment involving connections that are sometimes basic and unreliable.
The integrated Avid Media Composer editing solution is the preferred choice of professional editors in film and television. Fully integrated in a portable version, Media Composer lets you manage large volumes of media. It is compatible with most professional formats used in the video world. The Mobile NLE Studio takes full advantage of the new features of Media Composer and enables faster installation thanks to optimisation of the timeline, easy editing in multicam and full audio and voiceover control said Rudolf Mecs, Managing Director of Studiotech Belgium, and enthusiastic promoter of this type of field solution.
The complete system includes Avid Media Composer, a Laptop (HP 17'' Zbook or similar, as required by customer), Avid Mojo DX data acquisition card, monitoring screen, video patch for I/O connections, and a microphone for voice-overs. It complies with international airline regulations, is quickly operational with very easy, accessible inputs and outputs, and is a lightweight system, cheaper to transport than traditional tower or rack work stations.
The compact unit is assembled in an easily portable but robust transport case and is designed for fast and easy set up, essential for NLE mobile studio use that may include tough field conditions.
The new unit has recently been trialled very succesfully in Senegal for the Sommet de la Francophonie.
The Studiotech Group operates in Belgium, France, Hungary and Poland as well as in Australia, Algeria and Morocco. Studiotech is also very active throughout Africa. Studiotech Belgium will celebrate 25 years of activity on the audiovisual scene in January 2015.
Studiotech Groups main business is the distribution, sales, installation and after-sales servicing of broadcast and professional audiovisual equipment. The company also designs and installs turnkey projects such as recording and mixing studios, editing suites and mobile OB units. It is a well known systems integrator and represents the leading manufacturers in the field, including Evertz Microsystems.
Studiotechs good name is based on first class service and customer satisfaction. The staff are held in high regard for their product knowledge, quality standards, attention to detail and customer care.
In a relatively short time, the Studiotech Group have become recognised as leading players in the field of broadcast and audiovisual engineering across Europe.
Studiotech began in Brussels, serving Belgium and Luxembourg, in 1990, then offices followed in Budapest, Hungary, Warsaw, Poland, Algeria, Rabat, Morocco, and more recently Paris, France and Sydney, Australia.
The founders and key members of staff have extensive professional experience which they continue to develop in step with leading-edge technology.