Primestream Demonstrates Dynamic Media Management at CCW 2015

Primestream will show FORK v5.5 and Xchange v4.5, the latest versions of its cross platform software suites for Dynamic Media Management.

Pimestream's FORK v5.5 and Xchange Suite v4.5 software offer seamless I/O, logging, editing, control room playout, master control playout, publishing to social media and archiving.

The latest version of FORK can manage workflow from ingest to playout. FORK v5.5 features updates to Live Assist, the FORK module for control room playout, which enables graphic overlays with the FORK Simple Graphics Engine (SGE). This is a built-in tool for Live Assist and includes new features to FORK Master Control Playout. 

The FORK platform provides versatility and control to build and manage end-to-end workflows even as content requirements continue to evolve. 

This major release includes updates to both FORK Production Suite and Playout, with advancements for MXF and 4K/UHD workflows. FORK v5.5 also includes new two-way integrations with many non-linear editors including; Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer and Apple Final Cut Pro X

This integration supports edit-while-capture workflows for XDCAM, ProRes and AVC-Intra. Available for Windows and Mac OS.

Other New Features and capabilities include:

Thumbnails in the Content Navigator and FORK File-Import GUI

A new way of searching with FORK Query Bins

Property Forms for Bins

New and improved archive system support, with partial file restore

Primestream is exhibiting in booth 961.

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