Marquis Broadcast has announced it has collaborated with leading service production company, Filmpartners, to expand the capability of its MXFserver. Marquis’ flagship media integration solution Medway, has been enhanced to expand its connectivity, and now combined with Filmpartners’ MXFserver, enables live news and sports to be edited while content is still being recorded.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced it will demonstrate ‘Project Parking’, its new Avid archiving solution, for the first time in the UK, at BVE 2012. First previewed at IBC, Project Parking is now available and offers a fast and cost effective archive and restore process by creating a complete copy of any Avid project onto any storage device. The solution will be shown on the Disk Archive stand L18 and on Global Distribution’s stand C26.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast workflow studies and software solutions, and Front Porch Digital (FPD), the global market leader in digital archive management solutions, has announced that the Marquis Medway media highway system is now available integrated with Front Porch's DIVArchive archive management solution. This development will greatly enhance workflow for broadcasters worldwide who rely on DIVArchive to manage their digital content, by speeding up the movement of media files between different broadcasting applications.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast workflow studies and software solutions, has announced that Medway, its media highway software, now supports Avid Technology's DNxHD encoding technology.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, is demonstrating its Medway media transfer and format conversion software with support for the Apple ProRes codec for the first time at IBC 2010 (stand 2.A58). This new Medway feature brings a higher degree of flexibility and collaboration to file-based workflows for customers whose preferred editing system is Final Cut Pro.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast workflow studies and media integration tools, has announced that its Medway media highway software now supports file transfers between the Avid® Interplay® production asset management system and Apple's Final Cut Pro editing systems. Making full use of the Avid Interplay Web services APIs, this Medway development will give content producers and broadcasters the ability to build faster and more flexible workflows between their preferred postproduction and broadcasting applications, without constraints or delays that may otherwise occur when file transfers are required between different software and hardware platforms.