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Future Video V-Station HD



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Solutions for Multi-Channel Video Recording & Streaming for all Multi-Camera Projects


TheVStation HD lets users simultaneously record, synchronize, play back and edit four camera feeds from a turnkey system.

The DVR re-imagined. Multi-camera, multi-angle, multi-room video recording & streaming in a single unit. Up to 16 channels of 1080p 60fp/s 40Mb/s recording ● Accepts HDMI or 3G/HD-SDI video signals ● Built-in line-cut switcher for up to 17 video tracks of simultaneous recordings ● Digital or analog embedded audio ● Media asset management that organizes all projects for a highly-efficient workflow ● One-click project transfer to leading NLE systems or for offline work on PCs running V-Station HD PostTools software ● Share video with built-in uploader for YouTube & any FTP site ● Stream live with YouTube or Facebook Live or private RTSP & RTMP streams ● Custom configurations to match your needs.


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Record ⇒ Manage ⇒ Edit ⇒ Deliver

Multi-Camera Video Projects



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Switch between your cameras during recording to create an Edit Decision List…automatically. Instantly review and replay any camera feed while you continue live recording. AutoProducer® uses the EDL to produce a line-cut of your project…in minutes. All your project’s metadata will be in place before the first clip is recorded.


Review clips, mark, log, and annotate…with ease with the built-in media player/logger and find the clips with the browser tool.



Use V-Station’s Studio Companion or PostTools software to do fast quick rough-cut edits, or transfer your project to Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Vegas Pro…seamlessly. NLE bins are created and loaded & clips are placed on the timeline—fully sync’ed—saving much time and effort.


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Stream & upload your video to YouTube, or your FTP site—or copy it to a USB drive or LAN-based server—with just a mouse click or two. Multi-streaming to CDN or via RTSP as private streams.

What is V-Station HD

V-Station HD is a “Multi-Track” Video Recording System, It is used for multi-camera video event recording or audio-visual communications presentations, training, observation, or lecture applications.It provides a revolutionary way by which video can be captured from multiple angles (operator or ISO) from up to 8 HD cameras or camcorders using multi-channel video recording technology. As “multi-track” implies, the recordings are synchronized to a common clock.

V-Station HD systems record full HD 1080p60 video from up to 8 HDMI or SDI cameras simultaneously as 8 independent tracks with 2 channels of audio per track. This 4 or 8 channel DVR also provides synchronized playback of up to 8 videos at a time (Studio system), allows logging events as they happen or upon review. If that were not enough, it has a built-in media asset management system (SQL database) to organiize all your clips as “projects” – with automatic assignment of Reels, Scenes, Shots and Take numbers. It provides for backup and restore of the video content and its metadata to multiple choices of backup locations – local USB external drive, Local Network or file server, and over the internet to a FTP server.

Then for delivery, the line-cut edited reel produced by V-Station HD Studio’s Multi-View AutoProducer is uploaded to your preferred video sharing site such as YouTube, or a private FTP server. If you’re likely to take the recordings and line-cuts to a professional editing system, we’ve provided a seamless XML project transfer to Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Vegas Pro non-linear editing systems, that can be used to make the job of the editor quick and easy using all camera footage shot on the V-Station HD Producer4, Studio4, and Studio8 systems.

Why V-Station HD?

In order to understand the motivation for inventing V-Station HD, it’s a good idea to see how the workflow from acquisition to delivery is done in a multi-camera shoot before there was a V-Station HD, and how V-Station HD changes the paradigm by automating some of the manual tasks that are done today, as well as managing all the footage shot at the time of the event, when under the control of a single system.

Traditionally, in “file-based” workflow, footage is acquired on removable storage media and is usually not synchronized by a common clock, and then copied to a asset management system, or directly to the post-production system for synchronization and editing.

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As any editor knows, it takes time to not only find and copy the footage, but to create the bins for the project, decipher which camera, which scene and shots were taken at the same time and determine the synchronization of all angles, and decide where the cuts are to be made. Also if there are re-takes, then it can get a bit confusing. If the camera’s are from different manufactures, clip names can be quite different and this makes it even harder to sort out. If there is no time code, then synchronizing can be difficult if not impossible if there was no common audio or image at the start. In addition, removable media can be damaged or lost in the process. Once everything is sorted out, only then editing and review can be done.

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n contrast, in a “structured system”, multi-camera workflow is greatly simplified, where the V-station HD software keeps all the recordings together in one system and each project has a structure to it. It maintains synchronization by using a common clock. This way, from the very start, project management, clip management, and synchronization is done automatically. As clips are captured from the 4-8 cameras, they are organized into the current project and synchronized, instead of the way traditional post-production workflow is done. Although, V-Station HD uses the terminology used in Cinema production – Reels, Scenes, Shots, and takes, these terms can be re-labled to conform to your application. As recording are made, clips are automatically named and then classified into divisions that you define. They can easily be found via our integrated clip browser and immediately identified by the classification system. This not only saves time, but prevents loss of valuable footage while in the process of moving from the production to post-production. As a result, fewer people are involved and less time is spent in post-production. The bottom line: wrap to delivery … in minutes!

Who Needs V-Station HD?

The applications for V-Station HD are diverse. It can do multi-camera event recording or be used in pro audio-visual communications applications. In the event video production world, applications include theatrical/musical performances, interviews, religious services, community television, web content creatioon, screen tests for casting television and cinema, pre-visualization of a cinema productions, V-Station HD makes an excellent real-time asset management system to backup your camcorder footage during the shoot in case the storage card is lost, fails, or even runs out of storage space. Applications for pro audio-visual include multiple cameras for classroom capture, scientific observation and analysis of events — such as clinical behavioral studies, focus group studies, sports training, military training and mission simulation, aerospace, medical training, safety and security studies are other applications.

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Importing a Project to Final Cut Pro 7 AutoProducer – Live Editing
In this tutorial, we show you how to migrate a project shoot from V-Station HD system to Adobe Premiere Pro. It shows how quickly and easily the bins are created and the sequences generated automatically from the XML transfer data.

This tutorial shows how to migrating a project from a V-Station HD shoot to Final Cut Pro 7. It can be done within just a few minutes and have all the bins created and sequences generated.

Illustrates using AutoProducer while recording the live event, then can quickly make a rough cut right afterwards

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