EVS Debut IP Server For Post

XS-NEO is EVS’ first software-defined server, for ingest to post studio and post-production operations.

Built on EVS’ VIA platform of modular services and engines and hosted on EVS’ PMR processing module, XS-NEO is a route into IP connectivity while also supporting SDI-based productions.

The IPD-VIA Ingest app is at the core of the solution. Through an HTML 5 web interface it enables the control and scheduling of live feeds ingested directly into the XS-NEO server. The EVS solution natively writes onto third-party storage as well as Avid's Interplay production management workflow solution. Content can then be edited in post-production during recording, and as a multi camera sequence. Metadata also reduce editors’ time searching for the right shots and managing content.

“In studio productions, time is money, so this solution is designed to speed up ingest and essential post-production tasks while empowering creative teams with the tools they need for the most inspired storytelling,” said Sébastien Georges, VP Product at EVS.

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