I-MOVIX to launch d-flicker at IBC 2013
For the first time at this year’s IBC, extreme slow motion for sports broadcast specialist I-MOVIX will show the capabilities of d-flicker, its new automatic de-flickering solution, designed for use with SprintCam Vvs HD and X10/X10+ systems. The product is described as the world’s first and only fast processing turnkey system providing an efficient solution to the flickering problem encountered by any high-speed camera user.
“At IBC 2013 I am proud to announce the official launch of d-flicker, the first and only fast processing automatic de-flickering solution. After many years of hard work in R&D, the result is a world-first: an efficient and simple to operate automated deflickering solution for live broadcast. For use exclusively with the I-MOVIX camera systems, this major technological advance meets the most demanding requirements of live sports broadcasting,” says Laurent Renard, CEO, I-MOVIX.
The company will also draw attention to X10, described as the industry’s first live ultra-motion solution to deliver a 10 times super slow motion output at native HD resolution and image quality. Developed in partnership with EVS, the X10 system is used with an EVS XT3 production server under LSM control and provides a familiar user interface and controls that any broadcast crew can use immediately, without any special training.
For sports productions requiring higher frame rate levels, the X10+ system can also operate on an extreme slow motion mode at frame rates up to 2,600 fps in 1080i50 or up to 5,600 fps in 720p60 (100 times slower than live action) with instant replay.