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New asset management browser interface Going for gold with PAG PIX 240i KIT heads to Tinsel Town S ound Devices presented its new PIX 240i KIT, an all- inclusive kit that provides all of equipment needed to use the company’s PIX 240i in professional video production applications, at Cine Gear Expo 2013 recently. Ideal for video production professionals on the go, the PIX 240i KIT comes with all the necessary equipment needed on location or on set, housed in a portable carrying case. It includes a PIX 240i Production Video Recorder, power supply (XL-WPH3), two batteries (XL-B2), two drives (includes PIX-CADDY with 240-GB SSD drives), a sun hood (PIX-HOOD), an articulating mount (PIX-ARM), HDMI and SDI interconnection cables, and a rugged carrying case (PIX-HC1). PAG, the innovator of camera power and lighting solutions, has introduced two new versions of its Gold-Mount compatible broadcast battery. Both can be charged using Anton-Bauer Li-Ion chargers. The PAG L96 is a 96 watt-hour, 14.8V 6.5Ah, Li-Ion battery that has a maximum continuous output current rated at 8 Amps. It has been designed as a high-quality replacement for the Anton-Bauer Dionic 90, and is directly compatible with cameras that incorporate the Anton-Bauer battery mount. The significant advantage of the new PAG L96 is that it can be charged using existing stocks of Anton-Bauer Li-Ion chargers. There is no need to replace chargers or purchase additional charge adaptors, making the integration of the PAG battery simple and economic. Blue Lucy Media (BLM), a UK- based provider of advanced video processing modules and asset management, has announced the launch of an all-new, browser- based user interface to Blue Lucy Asset Manager (BLAM) and the other BLM Service components. Blue Lucy Media’s new browser offers global accessibility to its media management tool set, which means that all workflow management operations from ingest, through sub-clipping to fulfilment can be managed through its highly customisable interface from anywhere in the world. Telegenic equips new 4k truck Telegenic has purchased multiple EVS XT3 live broadcast servers to equip its new 4K truck, with approximately £1.5m finance provided by Fineline Media Finance. Telegenic purchased seven new XT3 servers and upgraded a further five for installation into the new truck, named T25. Telegenic is working with Sony to develop Ultra-HD live coverage, and the T25 truck is currently on its way to Brazil to cover three football matches in U-HD. New levels of control and integration Meet the growing demands of your organisation with IPV’s integrated suite of products. Whether its for live production, video repurposing or archive management, IPV simplify the process, drive efficiency and increase profits. Find out more by calling +44 (0)1223 413 690, send an email to, or visit the website at 06 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 78 JUNE 2013 TV-BAY078JUN13.indd 6 10/06/2013 15:15