Standalone and software-only media asset management, integrated QC workflows, and parking storage solutions make the IBC must-see list
DM Series monitors now come equipped with FSI’s 3rd Generation Focus Assist. Key improvements found in this new focus assist feature include:
- Smooth realtime performance with absolutely no lag that works in both normal and fast processing modes
- Industry-leading adjustability of focus assist sensitivity and focus trace weight
- Adjustable focus assist color: select from white, black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, and cyan
- All adjustments are made from rotary knobs, no need to access menu for changes
- Ability to show focus assist on downstream displays using DM Series processed monitor outputs
3rd Generation Focus assist is available as a part of free firmware update 1.1.04-2223 for DM Series monitors available here. This firmware update also features the following changes:
- Detection and display of PsF signals as progressive has been fully automated
- Adds Fast Mode support for 4:4:4 signals
- Adds Fast Mode support for PsF signals displayed as progressive on screen
- Adds New Custom Marker: Oxygen
- Resolves DM240 Fast Mode bugs (flashing white dot in lower left of screen and image shifting 1 line lower).
BoxIO Utility Open Beta Update 0.19.4b
BoxIO Utility Public Beta build 0.19.4b is now available for download and features the following improvements:
- Device slots can now be deleted
- Device slot number 1, previously permanently labeled BoxIO #1, can now be renamed
- Software now protects against multiple ScopeStream windows being opened for a single device, which may have led to unpredictable behavior in previous build
- Various error checking to prevent unwanted disconnects when attempting to access unsupported behaviors
- Connection status now shows “connecting” with ability to cancel action if needed as opposed to waiting for timeout
- Learn more about the advanced ScopeStream capability now featured in the latest BoxIO Utility Beta Releases:
The ScopeStream beta for BoxIO was released 2 weeks ago and FSI is pleased to follow that today with the public beta of ScopeStream for DM series monitors.
DM170, DM240, and DM250 monitor owners can now stream real-time Waveform and Vectorscope from their monitor to any connected Mac or PC. A highlight of ScopeStream is that video analysis happens on the display itself so scopes run as a low-load operation only requiring the computer to draw out the scope trace data being sent back.
“Many monitors offer built-in Waveform and Vectorscope, but showing these typically requires overlaying your reference image or clunky solutions like scaling your image to a non-native size to make room for scopes. Standalone scopes can be a great alternative, but these can be costly and for production environments mean transporting yet another piece of equipment. ScopeStream aims to address these challenges by allowing real-time Waveform and Vectorscope to be monitored on any connected computer without the need for additional equipment or expense.”
-Bram Desmet, CEO/GM Flanders Scientific, Inc.
The beta monitor firmware and utility application updates can be downloaded from FlandersScientific.com.
BoxIO’s new ScopeStream capability, first announced at NAB 2017, is now available as part of a public beta release of the updated BoxIO Utility application and BoxIO firmware.
The updated utility allows multiple BoxIO devices to be connected, each supporting its own real-time Waveform and/or VectorScope stream.
We characterize BoxIO as an Advanced Color Management device because it is more than just a LUT box and ScopeStream is another great illustration of that point. With a single device you can apply LUTs in real-time, take full resolution frame grabs, view waveform and vector scope, and a whole lot more. Best of all, you get all of these capabilities for a price that is comparable to devices that do little more than just apply a LUT.
-Bram Desmet, CEO/GM Flanders Scientific, Inc.
The Media Village is pleased to return to Broadcast Asia (Booth #6G4-04)!
Date: 23 – 25 May, Tuesday – Thursday
Venue: Level 3 to 6, Suntec Singapore
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 6pm daily
Do take note that the show has moved back to Suntec Singapore this year and is no longer held at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre.
Once again, The Media Village will be showcasing the latest updates and releases from a host of our leading edge partners.
Basingstoke, UK — April 24, 2017 – EditShare® a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, will be showcasing its 4K, 8K and beyond media management solutions, including the brand new XStream EFS single-node models, at Broadcast Asia 2017 on stand 6H4-01. Attendees can book a private demonstration with an EditShare expert to discuss their workflow needs and how EditShare solutions can help at: www.editshare.com/book-nab-demo.
About EditShare XStream EFS Scale-Out Storage and Brand New Single-Node Systems
The premium XStream EFS storage platform is a powerful, distributed, scale-out file system combined with a highly resilient architecture, specifically developed for media intensive workflows. It’s designed from the ground up to support large-scale workgroups requiring high-bandwidth, high-volume media ingest, transcoding, online collaborative editing and multiplatform distribution of HD, 2K, 4K and beyond. Whether a one-node or multi-node system, every XStream EFS model supports media sharing and collaborative editing with non-linear editing applications such as Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro X, Grass Valley Edius and EditShare Lightworks, and can easily be expanded to increase capacity and bandwidth. For ease of use and administration, all XStream EFS systems present a single namespace, regardless of the system size. And unlike many SAN storage solutions, the performance of XStream EFS does not decrease as storage use increases. Its continual optimal performance and outstanding reliability are backed by RAID 6 technology.
XStream EFS 200 Configuration Options
The XStream EFS 200 is a single-node configuration with 12 enterprise-grade HDDs offering 24, 48, 64, 96 or 128 TB of raw storage capacity in a 2U space saving form factor. The XStream EFS 200 is “EFS Native Client” compatible. Client workstations connect via a lightning-fast, multi-threaded client to achieve a performance boost of 20% or more compared to legacy SMB and AFP network protocols. In addition to media management capabilities such as advanced project sharing, the XStream EFS 200 ships with five Flow production asset management licenses and an Ark archiving application. For a full description of the XStream EFS 200 model, please visit www.editshare.com/products/xstream-efs-200.
XStream EFS 300 Configuration
For customers who need greater capacity and lower cost per TB (usable) than is available with XStream EFS 200, they can step into the XStream EFS 300. Equipped with 16 drives, the XStream EFS provides 28, 56, 84, 112 or 140 TB of usable capacity in a 3U chassis. Along with increased capacity, the EFS 300 has additional processor power delivering increased bandwidth capability and stream counts. Like the EFS 200 series, the EFS 300 is “EFS Native Client” compatible and benefits from a performance boost of 20% or more compared to legacy SMB and AFP network protocols. In addition to media management capabilities such as advanced project sharing, the XStream EFS 300 ships with 10 Flow production asset management licenses and an Ark archiving application. For a full description of the XStream EFS 300 model, please visit www.editshare.com/products/xstream-efs-300.
Optimizing Production and Post-Production Workflows with Flow
The expansive Flow production asset management platform adds an intelligence layer to EditShare shared storage solutions, offering extensive content indexing, search and automation capabilities to productions. The open platform also integrates a wide range of third-party solutions including Quality Control (QC) and file transfer system, connecting production and post processes for greater oversight of important media processes.
For remote workflows, Flow includes the web-based AirFlow and Flow Story applications. AirFlow allows staff to search, log, edit and play proxies in a web browser from any location. Users can securely download and upload proxy or high-resolution media from on-premise EditShare storage systems from anywhere in the world. With the same remote yet secure access to on-premise EditShare storage, the new Flow Story application lets editors and production teams directly assemble content, add voiceovers and collaborate with other NLEs for finishing, delivery or playout of packages beyond the borders of the facility.
While the reality of cost-efficient, secure cloud-based post-production is still in the distant future, hybrid cloud workflows provide the next logical step. EditShare’s hybrid solution combines current in-house storage with web-based tools, offering a safe, convenient and cost-efficient way to leverage the benefits of the cloud while minimizing the risks. The IBC2016 Innovation Award winner for content management, the combination features XStream EFS storage with integrated Flow, AirFlow and Flow Story for complete collaboration anywhere in the world.
EditShare Press Briefings at Broadcast Asia 2017
Members of the media are invited to contact Alex Molina at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a press briefing with an EditShare expert during Broadcast Asia 2017.
EditShare is a technology leader in networked shared storage and tapeless, end-to-end workflow solutions for the post-production, TV, and film industries. Our groundbreaking products improve efficiency and workflow collaboration every step of the way. They include video capture and playout servers, high-performance central shared storage, archiving and backup software, media asset management, and Lightworks – the world’s first 3-platform (Windows/OS X/Linux) professional non-linear video editing application.
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Flanders Scientific wins yet another award for its’ DM240 Color Critical Production Monitor, this time being included in TV Technology’s NAB 2017 ‘Best of Show’ Award.
Blackmagic Design announced DaVinci Resolve 14 today. Here are the highlights:
What’s new in DaVinci Resolve 14
DaVinci Resolve 14 Editing
DaVinci Resolve 14 Color
Today, FSI is unveiling several new and upcoming products, features, and partner integrations, many of which will be showcased at this year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas.
• 12bit signal support, 10bit panel
• Support of multiple HDR formats
• Appx. 750nits peak luminance
• Professional 12G-SDI capable I/O
• 3D LUT based calibration
• Real-time downscaled 3G/HD-SDI output for downstream HD monitors.
• 2000nits peak luminance
• 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio
• 12bit signal support, 10bit panel
• Compatible with multiple HDR formats
• Real-time LUT update capability
• Professional I/O and 3D LUT calibration
XM31K coming late 2017, private demonstrations starting summer 2017.
• 4 x SDI inputs, clean loops, & processed outputs
• 1 x 4K HDMI compatible input and output
• Up to 4 independent HD signals, each with their own unique 33x33x33 3D LUT
• Support for up to 2 simultaneous 4K/UHD signals
• Real-time LUT update capability across all inputs making BoxIO 12G ideal for advanced on set color management workflows
• Ability to rack mount two BoxIO 12G in 1 RU allowing up to 8 x HD feeds or 4 x 4K feeds, each with unique 33x33x33 3D LUTs, to be controlled in a single rack unit
• Powerful optional setting allows 4K/UHD signals to be downscaled to HD for compatibility with virtually any monitoring soluiton
BoxIO 12G Cal Q
• 12Gbps SDI input and Quad 3Gbps SDI output
• 1 x 4K HDMI compatible output
• 33x33x33 3D LUT support
• Compatible with LightSpace and CalMAN
ScopeStream for DM Series Monitors
The world’s first real-time waveform and vectorscope transmitted directly from your reference monitor to your computer without the need for additional equipment.
ScopeStream for BoxIO
Waveform and vectorscope transmitted directly from your BoxIO to your computer without the need for additional equipment.
New hardware color correction control panels are designed for new changing workflows