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17/10/2003

French institute choose Edifis Scratchbox

The Paris-based Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA) have chosen an Edifis Scratchbox video restoration system for use at their studios in Bry-sur-Marne on the eastern outskirts of Paris.
The unit installed has 16 hours of full-bandwidth uncompressed 625-line 4:2:2 video storage capacity plus two independent AES/EBU pairs of digital audio.
The Edifis Scratchbox was chosen to meet increasing demand from broadcasters for high quality content.
Edifis sales director, Richard Lilley, said: "We take special pride in this contract. INA's decision to choose Scratchbox is at the heart of a massive back-up and digitisation scheme, which will ensure permanent conservation of France's film and television heritage. It will help make the institute's archive more accessible to future generations of programme producers and viewers."
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VMI.TV Ltd

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