(Melbourne, Australia--September 13, 2013) XDT Pty. Ltd., a developer of advanced software-based solutions for high-speed data transfers, is introducing uncompressed 4K HD SDI frame review via Bluefish444’s Epoch | 4K Supernova video card.. Flipstream, the unique QA client application of the flagship Catapult suite of products, now includes the ability to stream uncompressed frame sequences directly to 4K projectors via HD-SDI output.
“With the growing demand for review in emerging 4K workflows, Catapult combined with Flipstream now offers new opportunities for reviewing uncompressed frame sequences”, says Erik Otto, CEO at XDT. “HD, 2K and 4K sequences can now be streamed directly from any LAN or WAN connected Catapult Server to a film projector using a client workstation with HD-SDI output and Flipstream.”
Redefining networked bulk media transfers and frame review, the Catapult suite of products delivers unprecedented point-to-point performance by utilizing standard networking infrastructure. The Catapult protocol addresses the shortcomings of common network protocols and bridges the gap between local and wide area transfers. At a starting point of only US$1,995, Catapult Server provides high-speed enterprise-grade bulk media transfer over virtually any network resulting in increased productivity and efficiencies for broadcasters, studios, and post production facilities.
About XDT Pty Ltd:
XDT Pty. Ltd. is a developer of advanced software-based solutions for digital film. Its unique Catapult technology provides cost-effective bulk media transfers over local and wide area networks for digital intermediate and post-production workflows. Catapult delivers line saturation performance for point-to-point media transfers and high-resolution uncompressed frame review over standard networking infrastructure.
For further information, contact XDT Pty Ltd, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.xdt.com.au
Bluefish444 is the manufacturer of the industry’s highest-quality uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD video cards for the Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems. Its video cards are used in broadcast, feature film and post-production markets for editing, animation, compositing, color correction, restoration, digital intermediate, 3D and IPTV applications.
Bluefish444 cards have been used on award-winning feature films, commercials, music videos and sports events worldwide. Bluefish444’s range of video cards are incorporated in video servers, encoders, decoders and character generator solutions by numerous 3rd party OEM manufacturers, in addition to other niche & mainstream applications.
Founded in 1998, Bluefish444 is a division and brand name of Bluefish Technologies Pty Ltd., which is based in S. Melbourne, Australia. Its products are distributed via an extensive sales channel of OEMs, dealers, and system integrators globally. For further information, visit http://www.bluefish444.com