A state-of-the-art SSL Gravity MAM (Media Asset Management) system coupled to a Snell automation system will be instrumental in bringing Danish Parliament TV to the digital terrestrial network when national digital switchover occurs on November 1 2009.
Selected after considerable consultation and deliberation by contract winner and service provider Studios A/S of Copenhagen, Denmark, Gravity will take feeds from a network of cameras placed throughout the Parliamentary complex and record them to a Gravity Media Network Central Server via six Gravity encoders.
Michael Sjoerslev, Head of Systems integration at Studio A/S, said: “Our task was to find a system advanced enough to meet the demands of the Parliament but yet simple enough to be operated by normal office users.
“The Parliament had quite advanced demands, with a lot of attention to the automated addition of large amounts of different metadata, such as the indexing of speakers through data from the microphone system in the different rooms for instance.
“Another essential point was to have the low-resolution ‘proxy’ editing clips created and displayed instantly while the high resolution material is still being ingested.”
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