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Subject: Metadata, Xedio, Video, XT3 (EVS), Broadcast engineering
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IPDirector is an integrated suite developed by the Belgian company EVS Broadcast Equipment which groups several video production management applications which allow to control the ingest and the play out of video feeds in the video server.

This software and the production server allows broadcasters to record, control and play media.

Originally developed for sports production, the XT3 is now present in nearly each OB van in all last big sportive events as FIFA World Cup, IFAF World Cup, MotoGP and Olympic Games and is actually used in the biggest studio broadcasts such as NBC, France 2, CCTV and many others.

The suite allows ingest control, metadata management, rough cut, on-the-fly editing and play-out control.

External links

  • IPDirector on EVS Official WebSite


  • TVTechnology
  • EVS Bring Olympics to Life For Chinese TV from 4rfv
  • Olympics Hits New Media from TVTechnology
  • Canal 13 Trusts EVS For Covering The 2008 Olympics from BroadcastbuyerTV
  • Beijing Olympics: NBC's Multiplatform Push from BroadcastingCable
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