November 2nd, 2017 — Visit us at Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Dallas, TX

JOIN US AT NEWTEK’S IP WORKSHOP TOUR IN DALLAS

Join us November 2nd for the IP Workshop tour in Dallas. We’ll be showcasing the way shared storage, media asset management, and automation come together to enable more efficient live production, and live streaming workflows. The tour features informative presentations from expert speakers, and hands-on tech demos of affordable IP products you can use today while building an IP infrastructure for tomorrow.

Nov. 2nd, 10am-12pm/2pm-4pmSheraton Dallas Hotel, TX

Complete the form to schedule a demo with one of our workflow experts in Dallas!

    WHAT WE’RE SHOWCASING

  • Ingest, edit, and playout directly on shared storage
  • Utilize innovative IP-based production workflows with NDI
  • Send clips to NDI destinations directly from shared storage
  • Playback GFX and DDR content while simultaneously capturing camera ISOs
  • Use built-in asset management tools to index, search, and tag media recorded from TriCaster
  • Streamlined workflows from production to post


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