IBC 2012, Sept 7 2012, Booth 7.E06 – Cache-A Corporation (http://www.cache-a.com), manufacturer of award-winning archiving appliances, has revealed details of how motion picture, broadcast and commercials producers are utilizing its LT0-5 tape-based archive appliances, with the latest LTFS capabilities, in on-set production environments to safeguard the increasing amounts of data and video-related media they generate daily. Cache-A is showing its full product range at IBC 2012, Amsterdam, at Booth 7.E06.
Maxx Digital, based in Costa Mesa, California, has equipped its range of on-set DAM carts with Prime-Cache5 and Pro-Cache5 appliances, and these are used on major motion picture and broadcast productions.
“The DAM cart is the hub between production and post,” said Devon Cook, director of sales and marketing at Maxx Digital. “From a single cart you can duplicate RAW files, verify materials, process dailies, lay off to LTO-5, color correct, set looks, preview/stream shots, control metadata tagging/management, and even do rough cuts all at the same time. Hard drives can take a beating on-set and sometimes fail. By archiving to LTO-5 on-set via Cache-A productions have a much more robust backup of the RAW content. Having the appliance running LTO and checksums in the background, and seamless compatibility with CatDV for asset management, are a huge advantage.”
Ron Amborn President
Maxx Entertainment Digital
21562 Newland Street
Huntington Beach , Ca 92646
Cell 714-713-4492 Fax 714-374-3404