​Primestream Shows 4K/UHD Workflow

MAM vendor Primestream shows how it will enable users to capture 4K/UHD files and live SDI steams then move that content through to production, management and delivery.

With a new Media Processing Framework and Player Recorder, the 4K workflow also offers automated proxy creation allowing users to preview 4K content natively inside the clip window or preview a playout stream in full screen and high resolution. Other benefits include streamlined editing workflow, giving users the ability to edit-while-capturing in Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro.

At NAB, Primestream will also demonstrate 4K playout of ProRes in QuickTime or MXF via SDI or through IP. Users can also playout HD/SD up scaled to 4K and rewrap 4K content into QuickTime or MXF where these formats are required.

“Customers are increasingly choosing to capture in 4K, but do not have complete workflows that support the format. We believe that the need to deliver content in 4K will soon catch up to the production and delivery requirements,” said Claudio Lisman, CEO. “With our new robust 4K workflow, we are aiming to help broadcasters build an infrastructure to support the latest workflow, standards, and formats to meet industry demands.”

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