Grass Valley showing GV Director and more at SMPTE Australia
Visitors to the Grass Valley booth will be able to see live demonstrations of GV Director and Ignite production systems, as well as GV STRATUS, the K2 Dyno S Replay Controller, LDX WorldCam and its companion XCU eXchangeable Control Unit.
“We are excited to be bringing our live production innovations to this year’s SMPTE Conference and Exhibition,” says Stephen Wong, senior vice-president of APAC, Grass Valley. “The Oceanic market is very important to Grass Valley and we are seeing some great movement in the region. The conference is not only an opportunity for us to debut some of our latest advancements, but is also a chance for us to show our customers how we can help them to stay ahead of the game in a rapidly evolving and competitive broadcast market.”
Products on show will include GV Director, which integrates live production tools into a single, easy-to-use and intuitive platform. GV Director removes the complexity of production processes and simplifies the production and delivery of live content.
The Ignite Production System, meanwhile, is an automated production tool that streamlines production and improves program consistency whilst reducing technical errors and operating costs.
GV STRATUS is billed as the industry’s only full set of production tools in one application. Operable in a variety of environments including studio production, play-to-air, and news, GV STRATUS provides a collaborative work environment where everyone can create high-quality, revenue-generating media.
K2 Dyno S is a dynamic replay controller that offers a means to provide viewers with engaging highlight packages. The LDX WorldCam is an advanced system camera, whilst the XCU is an adaptable exchangeable camera control unit.
In addition, Eric DuFosse, vice president of marketing, Live Solutions at Grass Valley, will be presenting a paper at the conference on the ‘Evolution in Design of Production Switchers/Mixers’ on Thursday, July 25 at 2:50pm. The paper, which will be part of the conference track Evolving Media Workflows, will discuss the benefits the evolution of technology has delivered to the production community and how a new paradigm will enable workflows.