DVS Showcases CLIPSTER and DVS CineControl at Inter BEE in Japan

11/12/2003 - The real-time HD-editing workstation, CLIPSTER, and the on-set capturing tool DVS CineControl will have their Japanese première at the International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition, Inter BEE, from November 19th to 21st. At the booth of Astrodesign (no. 8403) the systems will be shown with their latest developments. DVS emphasizes the openness of the multi-resolution editing system as a flexible all-rounder. Visitors can witness the power of both products in regular live presentations.

CLIPSTER offers capture, online editing and storage of digital film data, all in one compact system. It enables fully uncompressed, real-time working on clips from SD to 2K. Data is stored in its native format - independent of its resolution, color space or bit depth. Therefore, pre-processing and rendering are unnecessary. CLIPSTER edits clips of different resolutions on one time-line.

"We believe that modern platforms must be open for any application, for ed-iting, compositing and effects - indeed for any tool that the user requires to complete the project. We designed CLIPSTER with this need for flexibility in mind", comments Hans-Ulrich Weidenbruch, Managing Director of DVS. In line with this philosophy, the workstation supports compositing with Adobe® After Effects®, discreet® combustion® und eyeon Digital Fusion(tm). The open plug-in interface, too, facilitates cooperation with different manufacturers. For example, today CLIPSTER supports the film-restoration solutions of HS-ART and MTI. The compatibility with Windows® and Linux® and its complete format independence ensure universal integration in any workflow.

In addition, the company will be demonstrating the on-set capturing tool DVS CineControl. It acquires uncompressed HD data from all professional digital video cameras and is connected either via single or dual link HD-SDI. The portable solution comes with a simple-to-operate user interface and a high-resolution preview monitor for screening the incoming footage. On set the film crew gets an immediate impression of the content and color quality of the shot. The footage is stored onto the modular disk array, DVS CineReel, available in capacities between 576 Gigabyte and 1.8 Terabytes.

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