Highlights from this year’s IBC exhibition in Amsterdam featuring DVS, Solid State Logic, Video Rescue, Object Matrix, Root6 Technology and Omneon.

Venice gets AVC-Intra

DVS has adapted its Venice video server to support Panasonic’s AVC-Intra codec. Venice captures data directly from cameras, video tape recorders and solid-state cards, providing consistent workflows with compressed video formats. It will be on show at IBC on stand 7.E21.

New C10 HD console (pictured)

Solid State Logic (stand 8.D83) will showcase a new compact digital audio console at IBC. The C10 HD (above) incorporates a Blackrock processor, a user interface that matches features to the user’s skill level, and DSP processing and standard MADI I/O built into the control surface.

Space ‘SAN in a box’

Video Rescue GB Labs will show a ‘SAN in a box’ at the show. Designed for the Final Cut market, Space is scaleable, catering for users from small edit teams to multi-seat post facilities. On the same stand (6.C28d), Object Matrix will show digital and media asset management workflows using its MatrixStore.

ContentAgent upgrade

Root 6 Technology’s ContentAgent will be at IBC (7.C10) with new software  enabling it to work with Tektronix’s Cerify, automatically verify file-based content prior to transmission. The integration looks to improve cost-effectiveness and efficiency.

MediaGrid in Pipeline

Omneon (8.B60) will demo its MediaGrid active storage system with Telestream’s  Pipeline video-capture encoding device at IBC. The integration allows editors to work on content while it is being ingested. Pipeline encodes SD and HD media to various production formats including DVCPRO HD, ProRes and DNxHD.