The Farm has built a temporary post facility at the Olympic Park for the BBC’s Sport Relief coverage.
The custom built set-up at the Stratford site consists of four Avid Symphony Nitris DX suits with full HD monitoring and FX plug-ins, along with three Avid Media Composer Nitris DX edit assistant stations.
The Farm has also supplied Isis shared storage, Harding FPA for PSE checking and a voice over booth, as well as technical and operational support.
An integrated EVS and Avid Interplay solution will be used for the live ingest of studio feeds for fast turnaround editing for additional VTs.
The Farm joint managing director David Klafkowski said: “We always enjoy building bespoke facilities to suit our customers’ needs and we’re thrilled to be supporting the BBC on such a prestigious event.”
The Farm’s Soho facility William will also be used to support the Sport Relief broadcast, which will feature 84 VT inserts worked on by the post firm.
To raise money for Sport Relief, employees from the Farm (pictured) are attempting to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats on two exercise bikes at the firm’s William facility.
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Sport Relief airs on Friday 21 March from 7pm on BBC1.