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What is FrameLector?

FrameLector is a dual-stream ingest software for SD-video legacy sources with transfer quality control.

FrameLector is available as part of the stand-alone system FrameLector Pico or as a part of a multi-seated digitisation facility aiming for high throughput, then requiring a jobDB or mediARC environment. FrameLector provides ingestion combined with lowlevel transfer analysis for unmonitored parallelized ingest of multiple streams in a simple and intuitive user interface for efficient and quality controlled mass transcription of video tapes. 

As an easy-to-use ingest tool that combines built-in shot detection and a mathematically lossless open-source recording/mezzanine format in either 8bit or 10bit, FrameLector allows users to capture SD material – along with its required metadata such as VITC and LTC timecode – without compromising quality. Other features include remote control and an infinitely scalable multi-stream parallel solution with complete previewing. 

The hardware supports two parallel ingest sources and connects peripherals through SDI. A separate customized NOA hardware (VTRi-1) provides RS422 and RS232 connection, as well as ISR and RF readout via a simple USB connection.

Features

Analog and digital sources - SD material archiving in 4:2:2 (720 x 576, 720 x 608), 8/10 bit

Lossless digitization in open-source archive formats (HuffYUV, FFvHuff)

Target production formats chosen via NOA MediaButler

Local HDD recording and transfer to GeneralPublicPath of jobDB or mediARC for server-side transcoding

Built-in shot detection

RF trace logging towards diagnostics trace

ISR Logging (Interactive Status Report)

USB Extension box for Remote Control, ISR, and RF-signals

Multichannel audio 1-8 channels in 48 kHz/24 bit

Fully workflow-integrated video archiving client

Native Windows 7 application

 

Multipreview of incoming streams and large preview in RGB mode

Optional annotation during recording

Play while record

MultiChannel (2/4/8ch) Audio Monitoring to standard stereo output

Automatic TimeCode marker function via TC Cue List import

Option for setting different TC References (VITC/LTC)

Easiest handling via task list check-in and check-out

Easiest handling via task list check-in and check-out

Fully automated metadata collection of processing parameter

Archive conform VITC readout over VBI area picture analysis

Ingest parameter setup via DTD

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