The intuitive web interface of Woody in2it.
The French TV Broadcaster selected Woody in2it for its overseas networks “Outre-mer Premières” and “France Ô. The camera ingest tool will improve the workflow across ten production sites.
Dedicated to journalists and operators, the Woody Technologies' ingest tool in2it, supports the formats of Panasonic P2 cameras already used by France Télévision, as well as the new Sony XDCAM cameras currently deployed.
Woody in2it Indexing and multi format file ingest tool is a flexible and efficient ingest solution for reporters. The solution covers almost all file formats and allows reporters as well as technicians to file, name and index their clips and make them available to a production management system.
- Supports P2 Cards, XDCAM, Canon, GoPro
and many more
- Automatically detects cards at insertion
- Virtual cards and single file formats supported
- Stock list of all of the clips present on every device
- SD Cards, Hard drive, camera or Smartphone: Manage all your sources in the same UI.
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