X-One - destined for demo.
EVS’ X-One, a recently launched unified multicam live production system is on show at NAB NYC ahead of shipping in January.
The appliance is targeted at small and mid-sized productions. The all-in-one toolset allows for the ingest of six camera feeds as well as the media import of any other files, which operators can use to create replays, control audio, cut together a live feed with the built-in video switcher and add graphics to live programming.
Located next to the X-One demonstration will be EVS’ Connected Live demonstration truck, which will showcase some of its latest solutions including its XT4K live production server with IP connectivity that now natively supports the SMPTE 2110 IP standard, the DYVI live video switcher and EVS’ latest 360 Motion Replay technology.
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