(New York City, New York--July 30, 2014) Cinedeck LLC, pioneering developer of capture systems for digital cinema, broadcast and post production, will highlight “4K/UltraHD Workflow Made Simple”, and how budget conscious producers can improve productivity, while making significant time, labor and costs savings throughout production and post production using Cinedeck platforms, during IBC 2014, Amsterdam, 12-16 September (Hall7.J07)
Cinedeck will focus on the leading-edge capabilities of its Cinedeck MX record, ingest and transcode platform to simultaneously encode 4K or UltraHD YUV10, HD Master, HD Proxy and streamable H.264 versions in realtime – saving time and money by delivering these assets all together from production to post. The company will also highlight how its MX and RX3G systems deliver comprehensive camera-to-post workflow solutions – in multi-cam and OB productions, as direct, cost-effective VTR deck replacements, plug-and-play ingest servers for broadcast, and in film or tape archive remastering operations.
Cinedeck products include the RX3G and MX recorders, supporting 4K, UltraHD, 2K, HD and SD workflows with multiple native codecs plus the latest SMPTE and DPP recommended broadcast delivery standards. Cinedeck platforms keep editorial processes simple and efficient by simultaneously capturing and creating edit-ready deliverables on multiple storage destinations. Content creators shooting in 4K, UltraHD and HD can eradicate time-consuming and costly transcoding processes, and start post-production processes faster than ever.
Founded by cinematographers, and headquartered in New York City, USA, Cinedeck manufactures innovative, touchscreen recording systems for use in all video production environments. Along with on-set monitoring, playback and quality control capabilities, these recorders also unify end-to-end camera-to-post-to archive workflows by offering the industry’s most comprehensive range of ready-to-edit output formats. Cinedeck EX, the industry’s first high-end, multi-format, camera-mountable device, was adopted by hundreds of TV and cinema productions, and won TV Technology’s 2010 STAR Award, the 2010 Vidy Award, DV Magazine
’s Award of Excellence, and Studio Daily
’s 2012 Prime Award for Best User Interface/User Experience. Continuing this pioneering spirit, Cinedeck addressed the challenges of multi-cam and mobile OB production with its dual-channel Cinedeck RX rack-mounted, multi-format recorder, monitor and playback system. Cinedeck RX won the prestigious 2011 Pick Hit Award at IBC 2011 from Broadcast Engineering Magazine
. The four-channel Cinedeck MX builds on the company’s proven technology platform offering fully-tapeless 4K, UltraHD, HD and SD workflows for broadcast and cinema entertainment production and post. http://www.cinedeck.com