NAB: Evertz Unveils ‘Dreamcatcher’ at NAB

Its editing technology enables users to experience the most reliable and precise slo-mo replays in the industry
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A replay system that is said to “revolutionize” video replay, was unveiled by Evertz—a company that produces broadcasting hardware and software products—on April 15 at the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas.

“Dreamcatcher,” is “the next generation of live, slow motion replay,” according to Evertz. Dreamcatcher’s editing technology enables users to experience the most reliable and precise slo-mo replays in the industry,” the company says.

Dreamcatcher can do that because “it is a flexible platform,” said Mo Goyal, Evertz’s director of product marketing. Dreamcatcher’s highly scalable and flexible system architecture set it apart from other systems, Goyal said. Dreamcatcher’s flexibility enables users to have “an X number of outputs, and an X number in inputs,” and the user can increase the number of outputs, he said.

Among the things that Dreamcatcher can provide is a “better workflow,” Goyal said.Dreamcatcher can make systems “flexible so the users can do more with less, get more with less operators,” he said.

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