Clark Media provides multiple recording options to suit the specific needs of our clients. We offer legacy tape based recorders like Sony XDCAM as well as direct to digital recorders like the AJA KiPrp and Sound Devices PIX270i. Playback options include EVS XT Nano, EVS XT3 and MAC Playback Pro Plus. We always consider the end product needed when selecting the proper devices for your production.
AJA Ki Pro Rack
With a wealth of professional connections, Ki Pro Rack will fit right into your existing cabling and routing system. It records either 10-bit Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD files direct to removable hard disk or SSD storage modules, eliminating the need for time-consuming logging and capturing. The files can be used in most editing systems without the need for additional transcoding or importing processes.
Sound Devices PIX-270i
The Sound Devices PIX 270i file-based recorder delivers the performance, quality, and reliability required for fast-paced studio, live sports, event, and mobile multi-camera production. It seamlessly replaces tape-based and disc-based video decks and provides a cost-effective and compact alternative to complex video servers. Extensive network connectivity and multi-unit synchronization support grouping multiple PIX recorders over Ethernet for simultaneous frame-accurate multicam recording and playback. The PIX 270i records and plays back either Quicktime video or audio-only WAV files to removable 2.5-inch solid-state drives. Recording to multiple drives offers immediate file backup, eliminating time-consuming post-record copying.
EVS XT Nano
XTnano is the HD/SD slow motion replay server from EVS designed for live sports productions requiring simple workflows. XTnano is the perfect toolbox for essential high-speed operations with maximum reliability. Optimized for multiple applications; such as ingest of audio/video (A/V) files, live feed recording, live slow motion and super motion, clipping and playlist playout control, XTnano offers a flexible configuration. The new server natively supports DVCPRO HD and DVCPRO 50 codecs. With its GigE networking capabilities, A/V files can simultaneously be played and transferred to other EVS servers as well as all standard NLE and archive systems. XTnano can also be configured with pp to 6 SD/HD video channels or four full 3D channels (dual link) offering all live slow motion replay and highlights editing functions. Based on EVS’ unique loop recording technology and its experience in the demanding world of live sports broadcasting, XTnano is a robust replay server optimized for HD and SD production workflows.
The new generation of EVS XT servers, with its flexible 12 channel SD/HD, six channel 3D/1080p or three channel 4K configuration can be set in any in/out combination. It combines EVS’ world class speed & reliability with the ultimate capabilities and performance and offers full Super Motion 3D control. With support of up to 12 XDCAMHD record channels, there is also a drastic space reduction compared to VTRs. XT3 integrates today’s top broadcast and IT technologies to offer broadcasters and producers unparalleled motion control and adaptability. Based on its unique Loop Recording technology and its powerful networking capabilities, XT3 offers operators complete media control from ingest to playout, including live editing, slow motion replays, multi-channels playback, and transfer to third-party systems such as craft editors, automation, archiving, or storage.
MAC Playback Pro Plus
PlaybackPro Plus is a multi-channel player that does cuts and dissolves between clips, has variable fade and kills settings, and allows individual control of each clip’s gain, saturation, gamma, volume and black levels. It automatically adjusts to the output resolution and aspect ratio. Content in any ratio (4:3, 16:9, etc.) has infinite adjustability through sizing, stretching and cropping, yet it’s completely non-destructive to original files. Virtually any file type can be played back by adding easy to find QuickTime components. Plugs directly into high-resolution switchers via DVI or VGA, and can utilize files on a high-speed RAID array or media network.