Kanal 2, Estonia’s largest private television network, has installed a new Dyvi switcher from EVS, allowing it to produce high-quality programming, pre-record content and also drive the material shown on four large video walls in its main studio in Tallinn. The new EVS production switcher—a single processing module with 32 inputs and 16 outputs—is used daily for a variety of studio productions including news bulletins, weather forecasts, talk shows, magazine programs and sports broadcasts.
The Ross Video exhibit at the NAB Show 2019 was packed with visitors because they had so many product lines introducing so many new products.
With the new Cablecast VIO multi-format video servers, broadcasters can now operate their community bulletin boards on the same server that powers their scheduling, automation and playout.
EVS’s “Ingest-to-Post” message is leading the way into IP production with new network technology, a new all-software server, and virtualized control systems.
Deal includes deployment of new XT-VIA and XS-VIA servers and upgrade of existing EVS fleet to Multicam 16.00 operating system to support the OB provider’s push into UHD production.
XS-NEO is EVS’ first software-defined server, for ingest to post studio and post-production operations.
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