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Video Browsing added to NOA’s mediARC WEB

NOA Audio Systems (IBC Booth 8.D91) has added visual browsing of video content to its mediARC WEB (MAW) application. MAW allows any authorized mediARC user to search metadata, preview media assets, and distribute content towards the production platform. [Read more]

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New Medium-Power Range Transmitters

Thomson Broadcast (IBC Booth 8.C35) announced the launch of its medium-power broadband transmitter range, complementing the new low-power range and the established Futhura high-power transmitters. [Read more]

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Camera Corps shows robotic systems

Camera Corps will showcase the latest additions to its range of robotic camera systems at IBC 2014. Taking centre stage will be the cameras Q3 and MeerCat. Camera Corps´ demonstrations will take place at the Vitec Videocom stand (11.E55). [Read more]

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Slo-Mo Replay Option for Blackmagic and AJA

At IBC 2014 Broadcast Pix will showcase PixPlay, a new software option that will allow any Broadcast Pix integrated production switcher to provide slow motion control to a Blackmagic Design HyperDeck or AJA Video Systems Ki Pro disk recorder. [Read more]

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More Bandwidth for Remote Video Transmission

At IBC 2014 Livewire Digital (booth 4.C83) will be showcasing enhanced versions of M-Link Live X for live video transmission and Newscaster the professional solution for the delivery of HD and SD store and forward video designed to make the most of the available bandwidth for the transmission of content. [Read more]

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Troubleshooting for IP transport

GatesAir announced to help broadcasters better comprehend and improve network performance with the launch of LiveLook at IBC 2014 (booth 8.B10). The dynamic software solution improves analysis and troubleshooting for IP transport. The US company will also demonstrate new interoperability features that enhance audio contribution and distribution opportunities for over-the-air broadcasters. [Read more]

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Quantel introduces LiveTouch

Quantel will be showing new products, features and facilities across its full range of production systems at IBC 2014 (stand 7.A20). A major innovation is LiveTouch, a scalable studio highlights system comprising a new server, a new software client, a new panel and new middleware that links clients with content across a server cluster. [Read more]

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Plasma TV selects Ikegami’s UnicamHD Cameras

Plasma TV, a new mobile production provider, has launched its services in Mendoza, Argentina. Their first truck has debuted equipped with five Ikegami HDK-95C Full Digital HDTV portable CMOS camera systems. [Read more]

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