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Be proud ad.qxp_Layout 1 17/07/2014 16:44 Page 1 Be proud of your sound Finishing Washington DC-based boutique post house K Street Post has purchased a Quantel Pablo Rio 2KO high quality colour and finishing system to replace its long serving eQ machine. Pablo Rio will sit at the heart of K Street Post’s end-to-end post-production workflow, working on local and regional commercials for clients including the Washington Times and public service announcements for the USO (United States Service Organisation). Pablo Rio runs on high performance PC hardware and uses NVIDIA Maximus multi-GPU technology. It offers realtime performance at 4k 60p and beyond and is available as software only or as a range of Quantel-backed turnkey systems. Owner and artist at K Street Post Paul London, said: “My success with Quantel’s eQ system really was the main factor to continue with Quantel and the new Pablo Rio. Quantel is constantly bringing out improvements to its systems. They are always staying on top of the latest formats and trends and by having a Pablo Rio, so am I.” Meeting the exacting audio needs of the film, broadcast and entertainment industry visit email Digital Video Processing Cinegy will launch version 10 of its Capture PRO network appliance software for real-time ingest at NAB (booth SL11116). The update features multi-cam ingest, flexible recording, support for UHD formats and live previews with PPM and VANC indicators. Capture PRO unifies the task of ingesting material and generating edit or web proxies through Cinegy’s centralized capture control services allowing anyone in a workgroup to control the ingest process. Cinegy head of product management Lewis Kirkaldie said: “The idea behind Cinegy Capture PRO Version 10 is at once simple, and revolutionary. Single or multiple instances of Capture PRO can be installed as a self-starting service on a commodity server or standard PC and be configured to work with specified video hardware or IP streams. Once started, each Cinegy Capture PRO service simply announces itself to the network, where it is controlled via a powerful Windows control application. That application includes the same embedded Cinegy technology for IP stream multicast that delivers broadcast quality, real-time feedback streams for instantaneous review of what is being received. It couldn’t be simpler, or smarter.” A group-recording control panel in Cinegy Capture PRO enables it to be used as a multi-cam ingest tool for synchronous multichannel recording studios, OB vans and live events. Live cameras, VTR or IP streams can be combined in a single application. It also includes the built-in ability to encode video frames once before wrapping into MXF and FCP-compatible MOV files.