IBC 2014: Quantel will launch its studios highlights system LiveTouch at IBC.

As revealed by Broadcast in July, the system will include a purpose-designed panel for highlight selection that will pit the new system against EVS’ replay system that dominates the market.

As well as the panel, the system is made up of a server, software and middleware that links clients with content across a server cluster. It can be configured to support different productions across several studios and offers bidirectional editor integration direct into the server cluster, which Quantel said would speed up operations and simplify system design.

“Our R&D Engineers have been hard at work delivering the developments our customers are asking for,” said Quantel marketing director Steve Owen.

“Across the Quantel and Snell booths you can see useful new products that are available today and see a path to a more efficient, more integrated and more creative future. It’s the complete picture.”

Quantel’s Genetic Engineering 2 will make its European debut at IBC.

GE2 is Quantel’s shared storage system for Quantel Pablo Rio colour and finishing system users that was used for 4K coverage of the Fifa World Cup earlier this year.

The sixth software release this year for Quantel’s Pablo Rio will also be on show at IBC.

Features on display will include S-log3/S-Gamut3 support, the latest Arri SDK, DCP import and soft mount, ProRes 4444 XQ, 4K output support on the AJA Kona 3G which Quantel said would help integrate Pablo Rio into post pipelines.

Hall 7 Stand A20