KAISERSLAUTERN, GERMANY – Media and entertainment technology company Evertz turned on the lights for the first time at its newly equipped DreamCatcher (DCTC) training center in Bavaria’s main city district, Munich.
As a provider of hardware and software-based live workflow tools, Evertz says this will help the company offer broadcasters and content providers a new resource to help create “high-quality content at an unprecedented rate.”
“We understand that the transition to a new live production platform requires not only technical excellence, but also relies on operators who know the platform inside and out and feel confident that they are operating it in a very fast and efficient way,” said Sebastian Ruhti. , Sales
Engineer at DACH. “So we decided to create a DreamCatcher ecosystem here in Munich that can accommodate multiple operators, which not only allows operators to log in and learn about the system locally, but also allows customers to discover our award-winning prize.
BRAVO Studio workflow remotely from anywhere. “
DreamCatcher is located in the SpaceNet building in Munich, in the heart of the thriving technology center north of Schwabing, which includes Amazon and Microsoft offices, about 25 minutes north of Marienplatz via U6. “DCTC has the connectivity to carry out full remote production
workflow-based demonstrations of Evertz’s XPS RealTime UHD / 3G / HD streaming platform and BRAVO Studio platforms, ”the company said.
XPS is Evertz’s next-generation UHD / 3G / HD streaming platform that uses SRT, RIST and Zixi to securely and reliably contribute over ultra-low latency IP networks. XPS is a software-defined HEVC and H.264 real-time encoding / decoding platform that Evertz believes is ideal for live or cloud applications where security, high quality and low latency are essential.
– Weekly Tech Roundup European News Desk
To learn more about the DreamCatcher ™ Live Production platform, visit evertz.com/applications/live-production/.
Contact for sales in the USA: 1-877-995-3700