HDR and 4K UHD are the subject of Grass Valley at SET EXPO 2017
Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, will be exhibiting in booth #44 at SET EXPO in São Paulo, Brazil, August 22-24, 2017. At the show, the company will demonstrate advanced solutions that enable broadcasters to create, control and connect content wherever, however and whenever it is consumed. At a time when content so clearly defines the broadcast market, Grass Valley helps broadcast executives, production professionals, content creators and more take control of that content to make more money from delivering it to viewers in the many places they are watching.
Designed to help customers be more efficient and profitable in live production, news, content delivery and networking, Grass Valley’s portfolio of integrated solutions specifically addresses the move to HDR and 4K UHD capture as well as IP infrastructure and virtualization.
At the booth, visitors will see several powerful and flexible live production solutions, including the LDX 86N Native HD/3G/4K/High-Speed System Camera, the Focus 75 Live camera, the LDX C82 Series Compact camera with Telemetrics robotic control, the new “no compromise” compact 3RU K-Frame V-series Video Production switcher with the GV Korona panel, as well as the K2 Dyno Replay System.
The GV STRATUS Video Production & Content Management System—a full set of production tools in one application designed for simplicity, efficiency and speed to help users better manage entertainment, on-air operations and news production media workflows—will be shown. Networking solutions will include GV Node, the world’s first real-time IP processing and routing platform, and the Densité 3 family of frames.
Attendees also will see the iTX Integrated Playout Platform, which provides outstanding IP/SDI format flexibility and scalability for future readiness, along with end-to-end workflow tools for greater process automation and lower OPEX; EDIUS Nonlinear Editing Software for editing in more resolutions, formats and frame rates than any other editor—including 4K; and a wide range of Belden cables.