Hi Tech Systems To Demonstrate Enhanced Version Of Avita Live Production Control System At Ibc 2012
IBC STAND 10.A49
Basingstoke, England, July 2012 – Hi Tech Systems, designer and manufacturer of VTR and video server remote control panels, has revealed plans to demonstrate an enhanced version of its award-winning AVITA live production control system at IBC 2012. The latest versions – AViTA Sports and a Multi-Camera Record and Review application – join the popular established model on Stand 10.A49 In Hall 10 at the RAI.
“AVITA takes Hi Tech’s control expertise right to the heart of production workflow, providing financial and operational benefits to our customers,” explains Tom Favell, Hi Tech’s managing director. “Since its launch in 2011, it has been embraced by numerous key broadcast facilities that utilize it for news play out and live studio productions. We’re confident that the new versions will be as well received as the original AViTA. ”
AViTA is a live production system designed to capture, edit and play out media from multiple sources easily and quickly. The unique hybrid control system uses the very latest touch screen technology and modular hardware panels to allow multiple users to access multiple server ports over a network. Based on the architecture of the original model, AViTA Sports incorporates specifically designed software and an associated T-Bar hardware panel module that facilitates the accurate slow motion replay desired for sports events. The Multi-Camera Record and Review application targets studio production where live recording, rapid playback and convenient review facilities are critical.
The AViTA engine comprises the core of the system and provides sophisticated video clip management tools with shared databases, multiple play lists and enhanced search facilities. AViTA can be supplied as a software only system and can be fully driven by a touch screen featuring gesture control of the various system applications. Alternatively, it is supplied as a system of hardware consoles and mix-and-match control modules so that a panel can be constructed to suit the operational requirements of a particular workflow application.
The highly expandable system has several software extensions such as a MOS interface, multiple server port control from one panel, scheduled play and record, logging and highlights applications, tape archive ingest and automated play out from single or multiple ports. AViTA is designed to interface with any video server using industry standard professional control protocols.
About Hi Tech Systems
Hi Tech Systems, established in 1999, is located in the UK and produces a comprehensive range of VTR and video server controllers that are in daily use worldwide. For further information: www.hitechsys.com
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