Anonymous (not verified) - October 16th, 2001
Reprinted from an Incite press release:
(Geneva, Switzerland - October 10th, 2001) Incite Multimedia Corporation demonstrated a new, specialized line of products at IBC this September. Showcased were Incite's new IT Products, designed to streamline collaboration between networked Incite Editor workstations, while still offering benefits to stand-alone installations.
Incite Logger is a tool to create and Log clips from a VTR, with the ability to add markers and organize clips by numerous parameters. This product enables project management to begin even before digitization.
Clip Manager deals with all areas of media management, from initial clip selection to storage location. It allows users to associate metadata and comments to captured clips for easier retrieval, better file management, and greater editing flexibility needed in fast paced environments, and uses the design principles of the MXF format to enable future interaction with that standard. In addition, it allows for Searching, Sorting, and organizing data based on pre-defined and user-definable parameters. Clip Manager is also completely CODEC independent, and is the first wave of a new, proxy-file based approach to editing and media management. Clip Manager completes the Incite product line by providing end-to-end media management at an enterprise level.
Incite Render Server is the first in a line of products that will manage tasks for editors in the background. Render Server will schedule and distribute rendering over multiple machines, and allow editors to continue to work while the tasks are processed transparently.