(Las Vegas: NAB 2012--April 16, 2012) MAXX DIGITAL is proud to announce that they have teamed with ASSIMILATE and offer a turnkey Production Dailies Cart System, built around SCRATCH Lab®, the industry’s most powerful end-to-end production dailies software. Designed to meet the needs of DITs and Video Engineers who produce dailies on-set for television shows, commercials and feature films, the new turnkey Cart provides image acquisition, data management, look refinement and dailies deliverables with support for all popular cameras formats such as ARRI Alexa, Sony F65, and RED Epic and Scarlet.
“Our new Cart System is designed to allow DITs, Video engineers, DPs and Directors to have the highest confidence in their shots, and produce dailies as fast as possible”, said Ron Amborn, CEO of MAXX DIGITAL. “We’ve taken the key elements of SCRATCH Lab- real-time playback for media up to 5k in resolution, sophisticated audio sync, and wicked fast background rendering- and surrounded it with the bullet-proof hardware, and lightening fast storage MAXX DIGITAL is known for. On-set professionals now have a go-anywhere system that offers the creativity and dependability that meets the extreme requirements of production.
The new MAXX DIGITAL Production Dailies Cart features include:
- An 8 Core Mac Pro loaded with 12 gigs of RAM, Nvidia 4000 Graphic Card, and AJA Kona 3G SDI output card
- Assimilate SCRATCH Lab- the industry's most powerful end-to-end production dailies software
- Evo6G 16 bay 32TB Rackmount Storage at 1600 MB/sec, RAID 5 or 6 Storage with a Spare Drive Module
- Eizo CG275W Monitor- cart mounted 27” Hardware Calibrated LCD with built-in Calibration Sensor
- MAXX DIGITAL custom D.A.M. cart frame- a rock-solid 14ru cart with Mac Pro Drawer with Optional Monitor Lid
MAXX DIGITAL is offering NAB show-special pricing of only $37,499 for the Production Dailies Cart System.
NAB 2012 Booth Demos
Visitors are invited to come to MAXX Digital booth number SL13105 at NAB 21012 to shoot with the RED Scarlet and experience the workflow of the new Production Dailies Cart first hand:
Shoot with the RED Scarlet and take your SSD to the Maxx DAM Cart, or Mobile Rocket RAID for processing. Also, capture live to Final Share, Maxx Digital’s shared storage network. See how D.A.M Cart: Digital Asset Management Cart backs up R3D files to multiple mediums, including SAS arrays, shuttle drives, and LTO5 tape. R3D files are then worked on in their RAW or processed format with ASSIMILATE SCRATCH.
Mobile Rocket RAID: MRR now supports Thunderbolt technology allowing fast access to Rocket acceleration and RAID 5 Storage within SCRATCH LAB. Final Share: MAXX DIGITAL’S premium shared storage network, allows clients to connect at 90 MB/sec over Cat5 or 450 MB/sec over 10 GigE. Edit files over shared storage just moments after shooting them with the Scarlet.