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Baystor Intros New Video Asset Storage and Indexing Products

To holds press conference April 19th, 9:00AM in the NAB Press Room N243 (April 13, 2005)

Baystors innovations are changing the way broadcast stations and production facilities store, catalog and retrieve video assets. On Tuesday, April 19th at 9:00AM in the Convention Center Press Room N243, Baystor will hold a brief press conference, including a presentation of their new and innovative products being introduced at NAB2005. No other company at NAB offers the absolutely unique solutions Baystor is unveiling. Members of the press are invited to come learn what Baystors AIM award winning engineers have created for 2005.

Robotic Network Burning Station. The robotic network burning station will automatically load and burn DV25 quality DVDs with timecode, closed captions and VBI data. More details at the press conference and the Baystor booth #SL-4552.

Complete Asset Package. This new and exclusive feature on Baystors archiving systems allows users to store more than just DV25 quality video on standard optical discs. More details at the press conference and the Baystor booth #SL-4552.

Metatagging. Baystor brings you a completely new way to index clips stored on hard drives and optical discs. More details at the press conference and the Baystor booth #SL-4552.

These enhancements are enormous benefits to users with analog libraries that need to be preserved and cataloged for future generations. The ability to archive so much information onto a smaller DVD, include relationary files and index each scene with metagging software for fast location and retrieval will forever alter the way important libraries are maintained.

About Baystor
Baystors innovative asset management solutions for the Broadcast industry include the only DVD/DVR Archiving System that can retain original timecode, closed captions, metadata, and vertical blanking data to standard optical disc. Retention of original time code allows broadcasters to accurately locate clips and restore archived programs. Broadcasters can now archive unstable tape formats to a more durable and compact digital DVD format. Our ?Nothing is impossible attitude led to this ability. Winner NAB 2004 AIM Award for Technology Innovation in Content Management.

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