MARVIN 2.0 Ready for Take Off at IBC
Discover One-Step Digital Cinematography in Amsterdam this September
MARVIN 2.0 is available in three models based on daily shooting requirements. MARVIN 400 can process 400GB of camera data per day, the MARVIN 800 can handle 800 GB, while the MARVIN 3D has sufficient processing power to ingest up to 1.5TB of regular or stereo 3D footage each day. MARVIN 2.0 is housed in a robust case with a padded exterior, and each model is available with either 6 or 12 TB of onboard RAID storage. Support for the RED, Panasonic P2, ARRI D21/Alexa, Silicon Imaging SI 2K, Vision Research Phantom and Weisscam HS-2 file formats is included with all versions.
MARVIN in ProductionMARVIN was used by Dutch film director Maarten Treurniet on The Heineken Kidnapping (De Heineken Ontvoering) starring Rutger Hauer. “MARVIN was a huge help on the project,” explained Treurniet. “Our editors were able to start working during production, each day cutting shots from the day before. It was a breeze! We completed final editing in just over four weeks.”
“MARVIN is gaining traction in the marketplace with new projects recently started in Hungary and Romania,” said Adam Welsh, general manager at MARVIN Technologies. “The system provides a reliable solution right out of the box for on-set digital capture, securing and storing, as well as creating production deliverables. MARVIN meets and exceeds the needs of major studios for production media security.”
MARVIN Technologies has also announced a rental program for MARVIN units. “This is the perfect solution for people who have a project coming up and want to take the headache out of on-set media processing,” said Welsh.
For more information: www.marvintech.com.