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Avolites

Avolites AI V10Avo's new Ai Version 10 for their flagship Infinity media server was on display and boasts an array of all new visual effects allowing video designers to directly apply the same vibrantly colorful and dynamic treatments onto their own live camera inputs.

A further new feature of Ai v10 is BPM Sync, born from developing the custom integrated control system for the lighting and visuals at JEWEL Nightclub. The in-house Avolites consoles trigger effects in perfect synchronization with the beat - a feature commissioned by Hakkasan's Director of Video Production Ed Shaw and Vice President of Entertainment James Algate. BPM sync allows users to assign a number of beats to a video clip to create their own immersive audiovisual experience.

The software update will also offer a new projection mapping tool, MeshWarp - a combination of Projective Keystone and Grid Warp - which will enable users to quickly warp their content to match the projection surface. This in addition to automap and auto blend puts a powerful array of mapping tools in the hands of every user. Timeline is a major addition for Ai v10, providing precise control of video in a timecode environment, whilst still allowing live control simultaneously.

Avolites Tital V10Also being shown were the powerful features of the Titan v10 software upgrade that is now available to download for free onto all consoles from the Tiger Touch Pro (inclusive) onwards. Some older consoles may be compatible with v10 if an upgrade kit is fitted; if you are unsure please contact Barbizon or Avolites. Titan v10 is the result of a year of research and development by a dedicated team of Avolites developers, enhancing the best-loved features of Titan v9 and introducing a wealth of new ones. Many of the new features have been created in response to user and industry feedback.

Titan v10 is the result of a year of research and development by a dedicated team of Avolites developers, enhancing the best-loved features of Titan v9 and introducing a wealth of new ones. Many of the new features have been created in response to user and industry feedback.

Titan v10 also allows the user to view intensity values in one place via the Intensity Grid. This clearly shows levels, source of information, whether increasing or decreasing and tracking information. Also added the set legend Halo, which allows the user to add color borders around fixtures and groups, enabling view fixtures much more easily within the console screen. You can also easily identify which group they belong to.

Another feature is Freeform Workspaces - no longer restricted to just four workspaces per screen, pick any position and size for your windows in seconds and store them to your workspaces for quick access to the information you need.

Titan v10 now offers a very useful UNDO feature, offering a 20 step back history, in addition to a new REDO history, too. Allowing you to massively speed up programming, the user can undo almost any action on the console including delete, merge, move and loads more. View history in the new undo window, and click any point to undo back to that action.

There are also extra directions including random for the hugely popular Key Frame Shapes feature, offering many more looks. Key Frame Shapes allows you to create spectacular effects from scratch. Using palettes or the programmer to define the frames, and powerful tools such as transition curves, phase and spatial direction, it is possible to create radically different looks for each channel in seconds.

And Avolites' Pixel Mapper gets even more powerful with the new Motion Blur effect, which creates trails that follow the element. Users can also now use the faders in Live Shape Editing, to alter the shape with incredible ease.

Titan v10 includes the much-used Multi-User Networking feature, allowing you to connect multiple consoles together to work collaboratively on the same show. A show can have multiple users, each with their own User Settings, Handle Worlds and Selected Key Profiles. When set to Multi-User, consoles can also still be used as backups.

https://www.avolites.com/

disguise (formally d3)

disguise Media Server systems have been getting a lot of notice this year in the entertainment industry. With tours like Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, and The Rolling Stones it is hard for them to go unnoticed. However, media servers are no longer just for concerts and big events like the Grammy's. disguise media servers are also being used in Broadcast, Fixed Installs, and Live Theatre. disguise has built a reputation that has quickly carried them to the top of the industry. This reputation is built on two things: Rock Solid Hardware and a Community of Users. All of disguise's media servers offer 3D visualization and set up, stunning effects and robust programming features. The disguise product line is scalable from a single 4K output to as many as 16 outputs. And every media server is sold with formal training from disguise's dedicated support team. The collaborative nature of the disguise organization is what draws users with new ideas to them. They work tirelessly to include existing technology and add new technology to their software every day. A great example of this is their implementation of Notch, a real-time graphics generator which provides users with stunning visual effects. A second example is the collaboration between disguise and Black Trax, a 3D tracking systems which enables disguise users to project on any moving surface, object, or subject. New for LDI disguise introduced the VX 4 a new piece of hardware completely redesigned from the ground up. It includes:


  • 16 x 3G-SDI inputs (4 x 4K@60fps max)

  • 16 outputs via 4 x VFC Output Slots (4 x 4K@60fps max)

  • Support for 10-bit color and HDR

  • Network connectivity: 2 x 1Gb/s, 2 x 10Gb/s, 2 x 25Gb/s

  • New version 15 software


Also new for this year is OmniCal. Omnical is a system of proprietary cameras that allow end users to calibrate all of the projectors to their corresponding projection surfaces in mere moments instead of minutes or hours.



 

 

 

https://www.disguise.one/en/

Green Hippo

Green Hippo was highlighting partnerships providing new tools to improve the use of their media servers in live video processing and content creation as well as tools for video distribution.

green-hippo-_-notchNotch by 10bit FX allows the for creation and modification of live video effects and interactive elements using combinations of “nodes” within their software. Nodes are defined as, “small, simple building blocks, connectedtogether logically and intuitively.” Use for live events is enhanced by the ability to control node parameters via the lighting desk or media server in real-time.

Smode by D/Labs is a, “real-time compositing and generative content engine technology,” designed to reduce the time required by the traditional render, test, edit, re-render, re-test, etc… workflow. Using Smode, content is rendered live as it is tested/ viewed allowing for a much faster process if changes are needed.atapath was highlighting their Fx4 wall display controller designed to allow easy distribution of 4k input to multiple output devices. The Fx4 has (4) genlocked outputs with either DisplayPort or HDMI connectors. Inputs are (1) DisplayPort1.2 main and (2) HDMI1.4 offering 4k 4096x2160p at 60 fps or UHD 2160p at 30 fps respectively. The hardware allows for cropping, scaling, rotation, and frame-rate conversion to map any region of the input to each output.


Real-time workflow from D / Labs on Vimeo.

Datapath was highlighting their Fx4 wall display controller designed to allow easy distribution of 4k input to multiple output devices. The Fx4 has (4) genlocked outputs with either DisplayPort or HDMI connectors. Inputs are (1) DisplayPort1.2 main and (2) HDMI1.4 offering 4k 4096x2160p at 60 fps or UHD 2160p at 30 fps respectively. The hardware allows for cropping, scaling, rotation, and frame-rate conversion to map any region of the input to each output.

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