Category: H-WARE Published on Wednesday, 28 December 2011 Written by Adriene Hurst
DVS has upgraded VENICE, its multi-channel video server, to implement workflows using Avid ISIS
shared storage and Interplay Production Asset Management systems.
|DVS says they have added this support to increase openness and interoperability in its products to improve efficiency and integration into more workflows. Spycer, the DVS Content Control System that integrates with VENICE, has been upgraded to enable it to access Avid ISIS storage and Interplay PAM. This combination allows users to perform live video ingest via HD-SDI and file ingest from Professional Discs and P2 media on ISIS/Interplay production systems using VENICE. By integrating the Avid systems into the Spycer network, the required material is available on all workstations immediately even in diverse production environments, and can be processed there using various editing systems.|
|Due to the ‘edit while write’ function in VENICE, video material can be viewed and edited while it is being written. The material can be stored in parallel both in the Avid environment as well as on other open storage systems. Because it has numerous interfaces, VENICE can function as the central ingest system in diverse production and storage architectures. This change is expected to make VENICE a more flexible video server for file-based broadcast workflows.
DVS manufactures hardware and software for broadcast, digital film and video post production, presentation and events, covering television and feature film production and enabling 4K films for Digital Cinema. DVS CLIPSTER was among the first DI systems to make real-time 4K processing possible. www.dvs.de