Whatever the location, whatever the requirement, Timeline can provide world-class shared edit facilities for your project.
Across film, drama, reality, sport and news, Timeline have dealt with almost every conceivable size of project, with our industry-leading workflows supplied as standard and all backed-up by our legendary technical support.
From a pair of Final Cut Pro laptops on a mountain-top to large Interplay Avid networks, whatever your chosen edit platform, Timeline’s unmatched knowledge of file-based workflows, seamless integration, ingest, production and play-out servers is a given.
Examples of shared edit systems that Timeline installed, supported and operated:
- Wimbledon 2007-2011- Timeline supplied the host broadcast operation with a 5 seat, 60 TB, Final Cut Pro HD edit system. This was fully integrated with Timeline’s IP Director server system allowing instant access to any footage. Case Study
- French Open Tennis 2008-2011 -We supplied the host broadcast operation with a 5 seat HD Avid Interplay Unity system. This was used to edit an hour long nightly highlights programme as well as providing clips for the website. Full integration with Timeline’s host IP Director server system was provided using Transfer Manager and Web Services.
- Tour de France 2008-2011 -We provided a 5 seat, 70 TB, HD Final Cut Pro edit system. Full integration to EVS’s XT2 was provided allowing high speed, fast-turnaround editing.
- British Open Golf 2008-2011 -We supplied a 3 seat, Final Cut Pro HD edit system to cut all of the www.opengolf.com clips. This was integrated to Timeline’s host IP Director system allowing producers to search the day’s logs for suitable footage and send it to the FCP system faster than real-time.
- Festival of Remembrance 2011 -We supplied a 3 seat, Final Cut Pro HD edit system to enable one of the BBC’s flagship events to be edited for a highlights show which was broadcast within minutes of the end of the festival.
- FA TV Wembley Stadium 2011 – We have installed an ISIS 5000 HD Interplay Avid system with 5 seats. This will be used by FA TV to store and log their archive and provide all edited packages for the www.thefa.com website.
- The Great Climb 2010 – The BBC HD Channel commissioned a live 7 hour programme to follow the world’s highest free rope climb. This took place in a remote location in the Outer Hebrides that could only be accessed by helicopter. Timeline responded to this challenge by supplying 2 laptop Final Cut Pro HD edit systems fully integrated to 2 HD XT2s. This gave the production team the full editing capabilities on a rocky crag miles from civilization. Case Study