EVS To Showcase 360-Degree Replay Tool

EVS will showcase its latest live production technology including solutions around IP4Live - its IP transition scheme - and a VR motion replay tool.

At IBC, EVS will highlight IP4Live – the firm’s own brand of video over IP transition. IP4Live supports the XT4K and XS4K servers that are used by many outside broadcast providers. These will be demonstrated with native support for the SMPTE 2110 IP standard.

Also on display will be EVS’ new Broadcast Controller for IP– described as a software platform that lets users orchestrate live flows within an IP infrastructure. Users can manage a production’s integrated endpoints to guarantee bandwidth and provide monitoring and probing of flows as well as secure the IP fabrics for next-generation facilities.

Also ready for a hands-on demonstration will be EVS’ new 360-degree motion replay system. Operators are given spatial and temporal control of 360-degree camera feeds which they can use to create and output slow motion replays from any number of virtually-created camera angles.

Auto-framing and social media publishing functions incorporating machine-learning technology will also be demonstrated. The artificially intelligent system automatically adapts the frame-view within live content and can also post near-live video content directly to an operator’s social media channels.

EVS says it will be introducing a new all-in-one production solution designed specifically for smaller productions of up to six cameras. Built with EVS software, a single operator is able to cut together live feeds, coordinate replays, overlay graphics and playout live content all from a single configurable touchscreen.

All the new solutions presented at IBC natively support UHD-4K and HDR workflows, says EVS.

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