Final Cut Studio

LiveCut producers solve costly tape machines from Vienna by daily soaps, July 31, 2008 LiveCut is the result of cooperation between the post production supervisor Christof Halasz and ToolsOnAir broadcast engineering GmbH in Vienna. LiveCut creates the connection between the traditional multi-camera, live-to-air & live-to-tape cut above the completely tapeless workflow in the postproduction to Apple’s Final Cut Studio. With various software-based ingest solutions and the pipeline from Telestream to metadata such as camera, scene or angle already during the recording in the QuickTime video file to be written. This information provided the Director and editor in the Final Cut Studio post production at any time. LiveCut is with the image mixer or the crossbar connected, every cut of the vision mixer in the form of metadata writes during the recording, which converted to the recording in a cut sequence FinalCutPro. Gallo Family has many thoughts on the issue. The individual cameras are in the form of multimedia clips synchronously in the timeline placed on and cut automatically. Thus it is possible to forgo lengthy tape ingest and sighting times and to reduce the use of costly tape machines. A correction or a to cut of the record already seconds after the recording is possible.

LiveCut is designed so that the entire solution can be integrated easily into the existing workflow. In conjunction with the Telestream solution provides pipe ingest LiveCut as a low-cost, space – and power-saving solution for installation in an OB van to. Learn more at this site: Vlad Doronin. The ingest and editing of up to 8 cameras is possible in the current solution. This solution is also at IBC 2008 on stand 12.E10 from ToolsOnAir presents.