LiveTouch replay

Grass Valley LiveTouch UHD Flex 12G

LiveTouch Replay System with 12G-SDI I/Os

Fully-Featured Replay System with 12G-SDI I/Os

For applications where 12G-SDI is the preferred production format, LiveTouch replay supports a fully-featured system with 12G-SDI I/Os. Multiple 4K UHD servers can be pooled together allowing LiveTouch to seamlessly scale to larger 4K UHD productions, providing familiar workflows while also preserving rack space in trucks and studios. Larger LiveTouch zones can be treated as a single multicamera production bank, allowing instant access to more cameras and feeds than other systems.

For Grass Valley related products for remote / at-home production go here.



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Overview

Grass Valley LiveTouch UHD Flex 12G.

LiveTouch is a scalable replay system that makes highlights and instant replay workflows fast and effortless. LiveTouch’s support of HDR and 4K UHD slow-motion replay along with full super slow-motion support up to 8x make it ideal for pairing with the high-end capabilities of Grass Valley LDX cameras in remote or at-home productions.

Seamless integration with the LiveTouch craft editor instantly transforms any playlist or highlights into an edit project. Access advanced effects, color profiles and audio tools from any LiveTouch workstation on the network.

Able to seamlessly pool multiple servers, LiveTouch can scale to any size with the same workflows in 4K UHD as in HD. It’s even possible to simultaneously mix multiple resolutions on the same playlist and up or downconvert on the fly.

The field-proven touchscreen panel is quick to learn and intuitive to use, making highlights selection simple and robust. Supporting up to 4 control panels per server, concurrent operators can instantly create, edit and playout highlights packages without duplicating content or affecting others’ work. Grass Valley’s efficient FrameMagic technology allows instant project and asset sharing between operators. Uniquely, that metadata is preserved when converting playlists to edit projects for integrated craft editing. Highlights packages and instant replays get to air faster, and system design is dramatically simplified.

When working in remote/at-home production environments, LiveTouch provides the same high performance. Panels can be used in a production facility or at the event site while the LiveTouch server remains at home, or with the server in an engine room miles away.

Designed for studios, sports venues, and production hubs, LiveTouch gives every operator access to all the content all the time. Collaborative workflows have never been so easy or fast.

KEY FEATURES

Grass Valley LiveTouch UHD Flex 12G.

Density and Scalability

LiveTouch’s interserver workflows allow the system to thrive in 4K UHD. Multiple 4K UHD servers can be pooled together allowing LiveTouch to seamlessly scale to larger 4K UHD productions, providing familiar workflows while also preserving rack space in trucks and studios. Larger LiveTouch zones can be treated as a single multicamera production bank, allowing instant access to more camera and feeds than other systems.

4K UHD Editing

LiveTouch is tightly integrated with Grass Valley’s 4K UHD editors, eliminating the need to move media and breaking the physical link between replay and editing workflows. This offers innovative new 4K UHD production workflows completely unique in the industry.

Essence Handling

LiveTouch’s 4K UHD media is stored and accessed as a single 4K UHD XAVC class 300 image rather than Quad HD. This avoids tearing and sync complications during playout.

4K UHD Workflow

LiveTouch offers the fastest, most efficient workflows in 4K UHD. Grass Valley’s LiveTouch and sQ editing systems also offer 720p browse that’s generated on input, unlocking powerful workflows both locally and remotely. Users can instantly create, share and playout 4K UHD content with ease.

For Grass Valley related products for remote / at-home production go here.

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