“NAB2016 is the venue for the launch of INFINITE, a brand-new radically innovative solution that provides unprecedented scalability and the flexibility to fit into any production workflow. At NAB we’ll be showing the first version, based on the Phantom Flex 4K from Vision Research, with more than one hour of continuous non-stop loop recording in high-speed and in high resolution – and the revolutionary ability to operate in standalone mode without a production server.” – Laurent Renard, I-MOVIX CEO.
I-MOVIX has added IP-based remote production capabilities to its range of ultra slow-motion camera systems. The upgrade, which requires no additional hardware, allows production teams to integrate I-MOVIX cameras into their network to manage and control them from a central media centre.
Using the new remote capability, a single production team can operate camera systems at a number of different venues simultaneously to streamline coverage logistics. Production of league sports such as soccer, where several games take place on the same day, can now be achieved with greater efficiency and better use of staff resources.
The remote operation capability can be quickly configured from the OCP (Operational Control Panel) and from the Slow-Motion remote web-based interface which can be used to operate each I-MOVIX camera remotely.
The ultra slow motion technology from I-MOVIX, provided by EDITEC, the broadcast services specialist in the United Kingdom, has been chosen by ITV Sport to capture the magic moments of the Rugby World Cup 2015.
EDITEC, the historical partner and distributor of I-MOVIX in the United Kingdom, was the sole supplier of ultra-motion cameras for all Grade A games at this prestigious event. Different products of the I-MOVIX range like the latest X10 UHD ultra motion camera and the now industry-standard SprintCam Vvs HD, were used at different venues. In particular the most advanced X10 UHD ultra motion camera was integrated into Telegenics T25 OB truck at Twickenham.
The cameras demonstrated their superior performance in terms of high-frame rates and image quality, but also their distinctive efficiency regarding their de-flickering capability, producing some beautiful pictures.
At CCW 2015, the ASPEN Community is proud to announce that I-MOVIX, a leader in extreme slow motion for broadcast, has joined the ASPEN Community. The ASPEN Community is comprised of industry leading manufacturers and end users who are implementing the ASPEN framework to build IP-centric facilities.
The development of ASPEN; a framework that provides separated video, audio, and metadata on individual IP multicast streams; has been a collaborative effort between many broadcast industry leaders. The ASPEN Community was founded at IBC 2015 to realize and promote the benefits of deploying the ASPEN format within IP-based broadcast and media facilities through the integration and interoperability of the open format.
“We are very proud to join the ASPEN Community bringing broadcast industry leaders and end users together with the common objective of developing cutting-edge IP-based solutions. This is a challenging opportunity that we would certainly not like to miss”, says Laurent Renard, I-MOVIX’s CEO and Founder.
I-MOVIX is proud to announce a new partnership with AV SYS Broadcast & Video Network Systems, a company specialized in customized broadcast services in Greece and Cyprus.
AV SYS is now the official distributor of the I-MOVIX product range in Greece and Cyprus and provides an I-MOVIX ultra slow motion system for rental on this territory.
“We are really happy to welcome AV SYS as a new distributor of the X10 ultra-motion product range in Greece”, said Laurent Renard, C.E.O. of I-MOVIX. “AV SYS is a partner of excellence, always looking to satisfy its customers by providing specialized and customized broadcast services, which contributes to their good reputation. We look forward to developing this competitive market”.