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NAB2015: EVS bills Dyvi production switcher as future star

 NAB2015: EVS bills Dyvi production switcher as future star
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David Wood
14 April 2015

EVS is positioning its Dyvi live production system as a future star of its product portfolio.

Dyvi is described as an IT-based production switcher which isn’t bound by the thinking of traditional hardware-based live switchers.

EVS bought 100% of SVS, the company which created Dyvi earlier this year, and has focused on developing the product with new functionality including single-file transfers between EVS servers and network-attached editing solutions and 4K workflows.

EVS is developing a single-file 4K workflow, and will be demonstrating this at NAB 2015 by ingesting Red camera 4K live signals into the Dyvi IP-based production switcher.

Also at NAB EVS has unveiled an upgraded more powerful version of its XT3 and XS production server, offering customers expanded flexibility with increased SuperMotion camera configuration.

The system is capable of two SuperMotion 6X camera recordings with two additional recording and playout channels available.

“You can now deal with up to 12 channels of ingest. XT3 is a much denser platform,” said EVS VP product marketing James Stellpflug.

The XT3 server supports 4K/UHD, 1080p and proxy media, has 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and up to 12 HD/SD live rec/play channels plus built-in technical support.

EVS has also debuted Epsio FX Reveal Mode at NAB, the newest addition to its Epsio FX module which allows the integration of graphics and data into video streams.

Through Reveal Mode, which integrates into EVS’ LSM live environment, operators can assimilate external data with the Epsio FX live graphics system.

This includes the integration of biometric sensor data, OES and Daktronics scoreboard data, as well as the shot clock and game clock – into replays for more informative and compelling action.

EVS also said that it has improved the ability of operators to do more with innovations such as the LSM cockpit, which allows for faster highlight creation and virtual effects.

The company also unveiled a new integration with Adobe Anywhere, Adobe’s collaborative video workflow platform.













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