Proficient EVS software users are familiar with XNet Monitor’s feature called Remote Desktop: an exact emulation of EVS XT server’s VGA screen is reproduced in a window allowing the operator to control the server remotely. This article will explain how to fine-tune this feature to give better user experience to your remote operators.
After a power outage that resulted in our customer’s virtual machines undergoing a controlled reboot, I have noticed that the Gitlist repository for our projects has become unavailable.
A number of times I have observed IPDirector’s Software Player crashing with the following symptoms: You can load a clip and hit play – playback would commence successfully Once you try to jog far enough or skip to a later section of the clip, the image freezes, the clip icon at the top-left corner of […]
I previously haven’t heard of Avid NEXIS being used as IPDirector Nearline storage. On one of the productions we have still tried to get it to work and have partially succeeded.
After upgrading from Multicam version 14 to 15.01.36, one of my customers has noticed that any mouse movement on the RX side of an Avocent KVM would stop the server from responding to keyboard input.
When I was trying to install XSquare 3.8.15 on a clean Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard machine (in the “Orchestrator Only” mode) the installation of .NET Framework 3.5 dependency has failed.
An exciting story about a peculiar storage behavior causing IPDirector problems. Warning: log-reading, some programming and Powershell scripting inside!
In the previous post we have gathered a list of workstations that required their Microsoft .NET Framework to be downgraded. Let’s downgrade them remotely using the Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC).
One of our customers has been requested to uninstall certain .NET framework versions from their workstations: it had surfaced that the EVS IPDirector version that the they were running was incompatible with anything above .NET Framework 4.5.1…
Our customer has noticed that certain searches for media files performed by operators would run slowly and not yield any results. In this case, however, it did not mean that there was no media to return: we have faced one of the strangest SQL Server errors known to DBAs.
This week I had a chance to work on an interesting project involving a beautiful free piece of software called Caspar CG. And we have enhanced it with metadata from EVS IPDirector!
One of our customers was often getting requests from operators to do a Nearline (network storage with media files) re-scan for them. So I went to investigate the problem!
Whilst working with EVS XFile3 software at a live production I have been asked to restore a particular part of a game, which has been recorded a few days ago and by then has only existed as a file on a hard drive.