SigiStar playout systems now extendable with Signum ClipRecorder
The one or two channel video-server with SDI interface enables also the recording with an editing system via network. All known formats like MPEG-2, DV or IMX are supported. Thus it is possible to avoid losses due to format conversion. This combination of the video server with the multi-channel SigiStar (up to 18 channels) is avoiding in a newsroom environment multiple screens for the preparation and playout of play lists.
"This extension is an ideal enhancement of the SigiStar product family. Already deployed SigiStar systems can be upgraded and thus protecting customer investment", says Harald Renz, Vice President Sales, Signum Bildtechnik GmbH.
About Signum Bildtechnik
Signum Bildtechnik GmbH is a leading supplier and system house for digital image processing and archiving. Systems and solutions for broadcast/television (Broadcast division) and analysis tools for highspeed image sequences (MOTION-division) are supplied. Customers include broadcast companies like ARD and ZDF, as well as validation centers like ADAC, DEKRA, TÜV and car manufacturers like VW, Daimler and BMW. For more information, visit Signum on the Internet: http://www.signumbt.com
DVC - Digital Video Competence GmbH
Since 1990 DVC Digitalvideo Computing GmbH has been developing, producing and selling integrated system solutions for the DigitalVideo-, Presentation- and HDTV market. At the same time DVC is the European respective German master distributor for several well-known manufactures in the HDTV/Digitalvideo, desktop video, broadcasting and streaming media market. DVC's own products including the Boxxster, ClipRecorder, ClipDisk, ScreenDisk, and the megacine have their focus on markets like film scanning, video post-editing, Digitaldailys, presentation and research & development. As a distributor DVC represents well-known manufacturers such as AJA, Ciprico, DNF, Drastic Technologies, Euroelectronics, Exterity, MediaPower, MikroM, Optibase, Telairity, VBrick and VideoFurnace. An international distribution network has been established with the help of representations in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, India, Italy, Middle East, Spain, The Netherlands, Poland and Vietnam.
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