EVS’ US Tour Begins in Vegas

EVS is touring the US with a new, bigger live demonstration truck, beginning in Las Vegas.

The demo truck will highlight the XT4K live production server with built-in IP connectors and 12G-SDI connectivity and HDR workflows.

Also on board is EVS’ software-defined video switcher, DYVI. In addition, an entire collaborative production workflow, including XFile3, Connected Agent and C-Next solutions for sophisticated file transfer and monitoring will be displayed.

DYVI will also be showcased alongside IPWeb and Xplore, which give users easier access to media. IPLink is also incorporated in the demo truck, illustrating the tight integration between live and post-production.

The EVS mobile unit will also feature the Epsio suite to show visitors how they can enrich replays with virtual and telestration effects and zoom in to higher resolution images. 360-degree point of view camera motion replays will also be displayed inside the truck.

An integrated iHSE Studio Series KVM system will demonstrate flexible sharing of server devices from a single keyboard and mouse.

“After last year’s success, we decided to renew the experience with a new and bigger truck,” said Quentin Grutman, SVP The Americas at EVS. “Customers really value the interaction with our solutions in a real-world environment and we look forward to building on the success of last year’s tour.”

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