EDIUS In Action
Māori Television in New Zealand needed to rebuild its infrastructure while remaining on-air. Grass Valley worked with Māori Television to design and implement a complete file-based service-oriented architecture.View Now »
Māori Television realized a fully modernized production and routing environments with lifecycles designed for long-term growth and new functionality that enables increased production creativity and workflow efficiency.
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Telegenic asked Grass Valley® for on-site production support for coverage of the 2012 Ryder Cup golf tournament for Sky Sports. In the edit truck, Telegenic installed a Grass Valley K2 SAN system with a K2 Summit® 3G media server client, with the SAN interconnected to 12 EDIUS® multiformat NLE workstations for real-time editing. The player pairings for the Ryder Cup Matches would be produced in HD and 3D. To capture this long-awaited event, a K2 Solo® portable media server was set up in the on-location studio.More »
Grass Valley Workflow Solutions Deliver in a Fast-Paced News Environment
For Yomiuri TV's new workflow, the they installed a host of solutions from Grass Valley including K2 SAN storage, a K2 Summit® 3G production client, GV STRATUS® nonlinear media production tools, EDIUS HDWS 3GS Elite Turnkey multiformat nonlinear editing system, and a GeckoFlex™ multiformat signal management system.
The goal of this new solution was to enable Yomiuri TV to edit simultaneously with other key workflows and vastly increase its effectiveness across the entire content creation and delivery process.
TheFrank Aldana and a host of volunteers took on photography and videography duties as part of Project EDSA (Epifanio de los Santos Avenue), a massive peace mural with thousands of volunteers painting walls over the course of eight weeks.More »
With the ability to work natively with just about any kind of media you throw at it, Grass Valley® EDIUS® made the sheer volume of footage somewhat less daunting for Aldana.
Bruce Austin in Burbank, California is a 35-year veteran director of photography and editor who has recognized that if he wants to maintain profitability in his 3D production business, he has to find a business model that allows him to work smarter and at less cost. For him, this has meant using cost-effective single camera/dual lens format 3D cameras and the latest version of Grass Valley® EDIUS® multiformat nonlinear editing software.More »
Whether he's editing a wedding video or training a young editor to cut news packages for the evening news, veteran editor Phil Hinkle brings the same level of enthusiasm and skill to his job. That's partly because he enjoys the art of editing, but also because of his editing system—EDIUS® from Grass Valley®.More »
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In making his first full-length feature, a quirky "mocu-mentary" called Hickory Never Bleeds, director/cinematographer Frank Ladner knew he had to work fast and instantly understand what he was getting in his dailies and how his story was shaping up. The frenetic speed of his workflow was directly related to the capabilities of the tools and functions found within Grass Valley® EDIUS® multiformat nonlinear editing software.More »
Utilizing a common platform across its 50 owned and or operated stations, Raycom Media has close to 900 seats of Grass Valley EDIUS, sharing content between adjacent markets and regions.View Now »
Using the efficient workflow of P2 acquisition and EDIUS editing in the filed, or by having editors co-located with producers back at the station, Raycom uses the highest technology available to get their stores to air fast.
Carlsberg, one of the world's most well-known premium beers and the 4th largest brewery group in the world, is investing heavily to reposition its brand for future growth.More »
Owning their own EDIUS systems has enabled Red Union Films to respond to all the creative variables that happen in independent filmmaking, while allowing them to maintain complete control over production from the beginning to the very end.More »
Non-Profit Turns to EDIUS for Documentary on India's Children
Aptly titled India's Forgotten Children, this compelling new documentary is the latest in a series of five films about India, produced and edited by by veteran producer and editor Michael Lawson on behalf of UK-based human rights charity Pipe Village Trust.
With a full month's intensive filming on hand, Lawson turned to the powerful editing capabilities of EDIUS® Pro 7 from Grass Valley® to help make sense of all the footage and select the most pertinent and gripping images that portrayed the true plight of the children in the Dalit community.
Māori Television Improves Productivity With Grass Valley
When it comes to the production technology it uses, Māori Television understands the value of quality. That's why they selected Grass Valley products and systems for their major facility upgrade solution.