NOA FrameLectorPico entry-level archive ingest system set for launch
NOA has scheduled an IBC launch (booth 8.D91) for FrameLector Pico, an entry-level ingest system for high quality video archiving. The company says it packages the features and quality of NOA’s high-end FrameLector software with VTRi hardware for the connection and control of video replayers, and PicoService, a lightweight administration engine handling local tasks and workflows, FrameLector Pico is supplied on a suitably-configured PC for out-of-the-box operational readiness.
Substantially reducing the cost of entry into premium quality video archiving, FrameLector Pico offers a single channel or two parallel channels of ingest in a compact installation, and can be extended with NOA’s full JobDB workflow software for intensive 24/7 operation.
“FrameLector Pico gets video archivists running immediately with a solution that doesn’t require a lot of network, IT or SQL knowledge to set up, but doesn’t compromise on quality,” says Christophe Kummer, NOA’s CEO. “The underlying technology – from the full FrameLector product – means that users can set up and use this cost-effective package at very short notice, confident that they will get outstanding results.”
The advanced FrameLector technology included in FrameLector Pico allow operators to establish very efficient workflows, thanks to features such as built in ISR reporting and RF logging with scene detection. The high degree of automated QC monitoring reduces the requirement for visual checking and intervention during digitization.
FrameLector Pico is ready for immediate shipment from September 2015.