With so many news updates for NAB Show 2016 we have put together a quick overview of the latest developments at Marquis.
For a quick product summary Chris Steele also spoke to KitPlus about our latest cross-platform workflow solutions that were on show in Las Vegas.
Marquis Broadcast is to exhibit at Broadcast Asia for the first time this year in order to forge new relationships as part of a wider push into the Asian marketplace.
Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast explains: “We have a number of high-profile broadcast clients in the region and we plan to extend our reach by introducing our whole product range for the first time. We are keen to meet new partners and also take time to understand the needs of direct customers and look forward to making new contacts at the show.”
Marquis Broadcast will demonstrate the following solutions at Broadcast Asia on the Danmon Group stand 5A1-01.
Marquis Broadcast will demonstrate new developments for its disaster recovery solution for Avid edit storage, Workspace Parking, at NAB this year. Workspace Parking Server which offers all the benefits of Workspace Parking through remote access, plus Workspace Parking Sync which takes an exact copy of all content on one workspace and copies it to another keeping the destination workspace in sync with the source, will both be on show on booth SL8730 for the first time.
Edit Bridge, Marquis' award winning integration application for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC and Avid Interplay, has been developed to interface with multi-vendor systems such as Apple Final Cut Pro X or Grass Valley Edius. The new application will be shown at NAB for the first time, on booth SL8730.
Marquis Broadcast will launch Medway Monitoring at NAB this year. The new solution provides the ability to monitor multiple Medway systems from anywhere with a live health check of Avid and Medway workflows through a web server allowing monitoring to take place remotely. Marquis will demonstrate Medway Monitoring for the first time at NAB on booth SL8730.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialise in moving media and metadata. The Company has today announced it will be showing its new Avid Interplay® cross platform workflows at NAB 2016 on booth SL8730. Schedule a meeting prior to the show and add Marquis to your NAB show planner.
“Any connection issues between different broadcast systems will result in a compromised and inefficient workflow,” confirms Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “Put simply, our interoperability solutions solve these incompatibility challenges by enabling competing manufacturers’ products to work together efficiently. As a result, we are very much looking forward to demonstrating the latest updates to our highly configurable interoperability engine Medway at NAB this year, in addition to new functionality which makes it possible to find and then use Interplay content on many Windows or Mac creative tools.”