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Cinedeck to Demonstrate File-based, Multi-stream Workflow Options at NAB


Cinedeck will demonstrate versatile workflow options at NAB.
Cinedeck will demonstrate versatile workflow options at NAB.

At NAB 2013, Cinedeck, developer of on-set capture systems for motion picture and broadcast cameras will team up with Big Foot Mobile, a developer of on-set DIT carts, SAN/NAS manufacturers Facilis and Oceantides, digital film production software developer Pomfort, and on-set grading vendor Colorfront to demonstrate a range of postproduction workflows. Also presented will be the Pronology ingest and content management system.

At the show, Cinedeck will demonstrate multiple camera and video feeds being encoded via Cinedeck MX and RX3G to the Oceantides’ QOS and Facilis Terrablock SAN systems, with the ability to pre-grade this material in real-time using Pomfort LiveGrade. Footage from the Cinedeck MX and RX3G will be further refined using Colorfront On-Set Dailies, running on a Retina Macbook Pro. The final dailies will be reviewed on a Modbook Pro pen-and-tablet computer, and delivered for editing on Avid Media Composer.

Currently in use on major broadcast events and multi-cam productions, Pronology’s asset management system will be shown with Cinedeck recorders at the center of ingest and playout operations.

Cinedeck will also show advancements in the latest v4.2 software release for the Cinedeck MX and RX3G. Highlights include an improved user-interface, clip and subclip playlist capabilities, segment record (user-defined chunking), more flexible file, folder and project management and the introduction of ARRIRAW recording and new LUT shaders.

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