Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, today announced that its LiveTouch sports replay and highlights solution, and the FileFlow file exchange system, are now certified with Marquis Broadcast’s Medway media and metadata automation solution. The certification enables seamless third-party integration with production systems and applications to deliver even faster workflows in mission critical live sports production environments.
Company launches Fotonflite™ secure transfer system for Avid Media Composer projects and media workspaces, plus demonstrates its latest project integration, backup and cloud developments
Marquis Broadcast will showcase its world-class disaster recovery and business continuity tools at IBC (stand 7.D39) this September, including the new Fotonflite™ secure transfer system. The company will also showcase its Interplay Metadata Export Tool (IMET) in Europe for the first time, which enables customers to take an Avid® Interplay® project and media metadata and export it, along with developments in its Project Parking, Medway and Edit Bridge solutions. In addition to the Marquis stand, visitors to IBC will be able to explore Marquis Broadcast’s products on the nearby IBM stand (7.B25), with Medway media integrations between Avid and IBM Cloud Object Storage and Fotonflite based project workflows within Marquis’s Avid-certified Workspace Tools suite.
Middleware solution allows edit while ingest for fastest workflow from live feeds
Pan-African broadcaster, Kwesé, has taken delivery of a Marquis Broadcast Medway system, supplied by Zimele Broadcast, to streamline its sports production and facilitate fast-turnaround coverage of a recent major sporting event in Asia. The Medway middleware was retrofitted to an Avid® NEXIS®/ Interplay®, Oracle DIVA and Dell EMC Isilon infrastructure, to enable Kwesé’s team to edit while ingesting media for the fastest possible turnaround of incoming live feeds. Importantly, Medway enabled this critical functionality without needing to replace any existing systems.
Marquis Broadcast launches cloud capabilities for Medway, with automatic transcoding, download integration and relink functions
Marquis Broadcast will showcase its Medway Cloud Workflow at NAB 2018, providing seamless integration between local and cloud-based projects. Medway is a very powerful and scalable media-centric middleware solution. It uniquely operates at ‘sequence level’, which enables a complete digital workflow to ensure edit platforms, MAMs, video servers and archive systems work seamlessly together. The cloud compute hosted Medway Engine Web Service (MEWS) brings the power of Medway to the cloud and offers a simple and fast way to deploy hybrid cloud/ground integrations.
Neil Blake and Ben Lloyd look to build brand awareness in the Americas and EMEA
Marquis Broadcast, the leading manufacturer of media and metadata management tools for post-production and broadcast, has expanded its team with the appointments of Neil Blake and Ben Lloyd as Business Development managers. Neil will be working with the major resellers in the Americas region, while Ben will focus on sales in EMEA. They are both looking to increase the reach of the company’s key workflow and post-production tools, namely Medway, Parking and Edit Bridge.
Marquis Broadcast, developer of advanced workflow productivity tools for the broadcast and media industry, has announced it will show its Medway Engine Web Service (MEWS) transfer engine which has been migrated into AWS for the first time at NAB 2017 on booth SL9030. MEWS now enables seamless hybrid ground and cloud workflows, while also supporting asset integration into cloud storage with PFR and EDL relinking.
Marquis Broadcast has announced leading UK post production house, ENVY, has installed Marquis’ Project Parking and Workspace Tools to guarantee business continuity of high value productions. ENVY’s award winning post production work includes factual, drama, comedy, documentaries and light entertainment and some of the company’s most viewed content includes: The Voice UK, Gogglebox and The Supervet.
Marquis Broadcast has announced a collaboration with NewTek, a worldwide leader in integrated multi-camera video production systems, to enable automated ingest to Avid. Medway, Marquis’ workflow automation solution, which enables seamless media and metadata integration with leading broadcast content applications, now supports NewTek’s TriCaster multi-camera video production system to provide broadcasters and content creators with a cost effective and efficient ingest to edit workflow.
Edit Bridge, Marquis' award winning integration application for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC and Avid Interplay, has been developed to interface with multi-vendor systems such as Apple Final Cut Pro X or Grass Valley Edius. The new application will be shown at NAB for the first time, on booth SL8730.
Marquis Broadcast will launch Medway Monitoring at NAB this year. The new solution provides the ability to monitor multiple Medway systems from anywhere with a live health check of Avid and Medway workflows through a web server allowing monitoring to take place remotely. Marquis will demonstrate Medway Monitoring for the first time at NAB on booth SL8730.