GV STRATUS: Integration of Facebook's GraphAPI Application Note by Alex Kaiser, (GVB-1-0658B-EN-AN) File size: 1.0 MB, posted Mar 05 2019
Broadcasters using GV STRATUS have the capability to find available content quickly and repurpose that content into different formats and send it to various delivery chains simultaneously. From v6.0 of GV STRATUS, that now also includes social media destinations. Broadcasters have the option to register their own social media accounts in GV STRATUS so that their operators using the Windows or web client can quickly find content and publish it to one or multiple accounts.
Using GV STRATUS with Contour ShuttlePRO v2 Application Note by Alex Lakey, GV STRATUS Business Development Manager, (GVB-1-0636B-EN-AN) File size: 1.5 MB, posted Mar 05 2019 With the introduction of version 5.0 of GV STRATUS, Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, gives users the option of using the popular Contour ShuttlePRO v2 controller with the GV STRATUS Video Production & Content Management System. ShuttlePRO can be used to control the GV STRATUS Inspector player, and with the Source Viewer within the Advanced Logging, Segmentation and Channel Panel tools.
GV STRATUS Virtualized Systems Application Note by Alex Lakey, (GVB-1-0618B-EN-AN) File size: 1.3 MB, posted Mar 05 2019 With the introduction of version 4.5 of GV STRATUS, Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, gives users the option of running the GV STRATUS video production & content management system in a virtualized environment on their own COTS hardware.
GV STRATUS virtualized systems are ONLY supported in a VMware vSphere (ESXi) environment, delivered in the convenient Open Virtualization Format (OVF), which can easily be deployed onto a vSphere host or cluster.
This document provides a comprehensive overview of everything that is required for a successful virtualized deployment of GV STRATUS.
High-resolution material is added from the project bin as with any regular EDIUS Sequence.
GV STRATUS Newsroom Bundles Application Note (GVB-1-0046C-EN-AN) File size: 3.8 MB, posted Mar 05 2019 The tight integration between GV STRATUS and the EDIUS editor, with its unique and highly optimized hybrid editing workflow, means that journalists can mix and move low-resolution and high-resolution assets including so-called "wild files" from citizen journalists across multiple sites, and perform full editing in the field. Because proxy files are used extensively and intelligently, there is no need for complex SAN configurations (although you can, of course, scale up at any time).
This Application Note describes some of the typical workflows and operations that these newsroom bundles facilitate and support.
CHALLENGE: TV Cultura a station with a legacy of being a pioneer, starting with the early move to a tapeless environment wanted to launch a new set of technologies that would be even more innovative.
SOLUTION: A Grass Valley news production solution to enable more efficient workflows, consisting of LDX 80 Flex cameras, GV STRATUS video production and content management, EDIUS editing software, K2 Summit 3G production clients and K2 SAN
BENEFITS: Transformed TV Cultura's news production workflow into an agile and cost-efficient operation with the ability to scale based on business and production needs.
GV STRATUS System Overview (GVB-1-0569B-EN-GV) File size: 9.4 MB, posted Mar 05 2019 GV STRATUS from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, is a full set of production tools in one application. These tools are designed for simplicity, efficiency and speed because exceptional, highly creative content starts with an efficient, flexible workflow. GV STRATUS lets you better manage entertainment, on-air operations and news production media workflows to stay competitive. The task-driven tools in GV STRATUS operate in a variety of environments, and these can be specifically tailored for each user's job function. With GV STRATUS, you'll increase efficiency and enable more effective collaboration throughout the entire production lifecycle.
Consider a traditional news workflow. You send a crew into the field to shoot as much useful footage as they can, and they then rush back to the newsroom to view, write and edit the story, maybe after first waiting for the content to be transferred to your production server. It's labor-intensive, costly and very, very linear. Why are you still working like that?
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