Remote Digital Media Records Seven 1080i Streams Directly into Final Cut Pro, for PBS's "Stevie Wonder, In Performance at the White House"

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Remote Digital Media Provides a tapeless solution to producers needing to begin an edit immediately after a show's recording without digitizing or lengthy file conversions.

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Stevie Wonder, In Performance at the White House

Washington, D.C. -- Remote Digital Media records seven 1080i streams directly into Final Cut Pro, for PBS's "Stevie Wonder, In Performance at the White House"

Remote Digital Media was contracted to provide a system that would enable the PBS In Performance Special to be edited and delivered within 15 hours for broadcast the next day.

Remote Digital Media provided WETA with a system to record six cameras, a live program cut, and audio iso's directly into Final Cut Pro, for a fast edit turnaround. The RDM record rack easily fit into All Mobile Video's "Celebrity" HD production truck, and allowed the show's post producer to leave immediately after the show with all the media in a small briefcase to Interface Media Group, to begin editing the show with all sources. Within 30 minutes of their arrival at the post house all the media was transfered and the edit began.

"Stevie Wonder, In Performance at the White House" airs on PBS at 8pm on February 26th, 2009. Beginning Friday, February 27th, the entire broadcast will be available online, at http://www.pbs.org/inperformanceatthewhitehouse.

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