Doremi Introduces Slow Motion
Server for High Definition video
SMPTE Conference & Exhibition, Pasadena, CA - October
24, 2002 - Doremi Labs announces the release of a high definition
server for slow motion replay applications such as live sports events.
The server is based on Doremi's V1-UHD video disk recorder.
The server allows for independent record and play operation. One
channel can be set to record the live event, while the other is
free to playback any part of the recorded video in slow motion.
The server records 720p at 8bit resolution via its HD-SDI input.
The 720p format's progressive recording at 60 frames per second
is ideal for smooth slow motion video playback. The server is frame
accurate and can be controlled by a slow motion controller via its
industry standard 9-pin serial interface.
Besides the slow motion application, the server can be set to operate
as a standard V1-UHD disk recorder. The V1-UHD is ideal for HDTV
broadcast and post production applications and for digital animation
capture and replay. The V1-UHD records and plays uncompressed HDTV
720p, 1080i, 1080p (24, 25, 30fps and sf) at 8 or 10 bit resolution.
Doremi Labs Inc. is a leading developer and manufacturer of video
disk recorders (VDR) and video servers for the professional video
and audio markets. Founded in 1985, Doremi Labs is based in Burbank
California and has a European office in France. The Doremi Labs
V1 family of VDRs is a market leader with several thousand installations
worldwide. For further information contact Doremi at 818 562 1101
by fax: 818 562 1109, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and on the web
See Doremi Labs at the SMPTE Pasadena 2002 exhibition - Booth