At IBC 2015, which runs from 11 to 15 September in Amsterdam, Blackmagic Design will be showcasing its latest products designed to
deliver Ultra HD 4K video content for the broadcast and live production markets.
Following product announcements at NAB in April, Blackmagic Design will bring its
new digital film camera models to the show, as well as demonstrate its full range of
12G-SDI 60p video production infrastructure. For post-production professionals,
there will also be full demonstrations of DaVinci Resolve 12 and Fusion Studio 8.
Visitors to the Blackmagic Design booth (Hall 7, H.20) will be able to take a closer
look at three new camera models: the Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera,
Blackmagic URSA Mini and the Blackmagic Micro Studio Camera 4K, as well as a
new 4.6K sensor for the URSA and the Blackmagic Video Assist for external
monitoring and recording.
With Blackmagic Design’s new 12G-SDI 60p products, broadcasters can get the
same high frame rates as are commonly found in HD formats, because these
products have all been designed from the ground up to support Ultra HD up to
2160p60. The range on show at IBC includes: the ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K,
the world’s first high frame rate Ultra HD 2160p60 switcher, the Smart Videohub
12G 40×40 video router, Teranex Mini converters and HyperDeck Studio 12G, a
professional solid state disk based broadcast deck that can record SD, HD and Ultra
HD up to 2160p60.
DaVinci Resolve 12 marks a major upgrade with over 80 new features for
professional editing and colour grading, including a new modern interface, multi-cam editing, powerful new media management tools and an entirely new
professional audio engine. Fusion 8 software will also be demonstrated on the
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