LiveCeption means “we will be able to react more flexibly to all customer requirements and introduce new, innovative workflows for our wide range of productions,” said Nick Zimmermann, CEO of Studio Berlin.
“Partnering with EVS gives us the assurance that we will be backed by one of the most modern server systems available on the market with access to the best expert services at all times,” he added.
Built on EVS’ next generation XT-VIA live production servers, LiveCeption can support all new formats from HD to 8K, SDR to HDR and SDI to IP in one versatile system .
“As a technical service provider serving a wide range of formats, from major sporting events to news and entertainment broadcasts, flexibility was a top priority for us,” said Mathias Alexandru, CTO, Studio Berlin . LiveCeption means “there will be no limits for us slow motion, recording and streaming for all our current and future projects”.
Jamie Gordon Mitchell, SVP EMEA at EVS, added: Studio Berlin will be able to access “EVS’s best-in-class technology based on the VIA platform” for live replay which should ensure “highly reliable workflows, efficient and flexible.
The agreement is the result of a “long-standing partnership that we have” with Studio Berlin, which “has been a client for over 20 years”, said Serge Van Herck, CEO of EVS. The new technology will be relevant “for at least the next five years”, he promised.
Booth number: 10.A25
Company: EVS broadcast equipment