Come and visit us in the South Lower Hall, booth no 5505, from 18th-21st April
8th -10th March, we’ll be sharing a stand with CatDV and hope to see you and our lovely distributors Mediacast there!
FocalPoint Server and pvt making waves at CCW
This year’s CCW brings plenty of friendly faces to the booth, with the pvt booth showing a neat collaborative workflow with FocalPoint Server, Workflow Collaboration Tool, Cantemo Portal Media Asset Management, Tools on air – tv station in a mac and Archiware P5 Archive.
Thank you for coming to BVE and visiting both our partner Quad Logic Systems Ltd and us on Stand G24.
FocalPoint Server debut in Russia with MM-Communications
FocalPoint Server will be released in Russia this November in collaboration with local reseller MM-communications.
Andrey Blinov will be joining us on the FocalPoint Server and CatDV stand, which will be shared with XenData.
FocalPoint Server and FCPX make headlines
Fcp.co show their interest in a Tool that can share Libraries in a FCPX Workflow
Archiware and FocalPoint Server News
Archiware and FocalPoint Server made the news lately!
Broadcast India 2014
IBC’s hottest development come to India.
FocalPoint Server is the only product on the market that shares, names and manages FCPX Libraries.
BBC News and hundreds of other big broadcasters are about to make the switch to the ever more popular FCPX, so now there is a lot of interest in the ultimate collaboration tool, FocalPoint Server. It saves creative professionals the 1 hour in every 10 they currently waste on file management.
This is exactly what ITV4 needed when they did the Tour de France, and did not have! They had a very laborious and clumsy workaround. (http://www.fcp.co/final-cut-pro/articles/1480-editing-the-tour-de-france-on-final-cut-pro-x)
Have a look at www.focalpointserver.com/demo/about/fcpx
This new announcement adds to our already strong recommendations;
“FocalPoint Server solved a circuital workflow and productivity issue for us during one of our busiest and highest profile periods of broadcasting on record. It was reliable, easy to use and it did the job asked of it.” Chris Groom, Post Production Lead at BBC Sport, speaking about the busy sporting summer of 2012.