Latest Version Of Telos Infinity IP Intercom Adds New Flexibility
The Telos Infinity IP Intercom Panel combines hardware with the flexibility and workflow advantages of matrix-free IP communications.
The Telos Alliance has announced the launch of Telos Infinity IP Intercom software v1.6, which includes an update to Telos Infinity Dashboard Advanced, as well as for the embedded software for Infinity panels and belt packs.
Telos Dashboard Advanced users now can save instant ‘Snapshots’ of their system configurations, edit them offline, and then push them to the ‘Live’ Infinity network. Scenes can be used to create and store different setups for specific shows and events or to save personal preferences. When used with the Zones menu, users can take Scene snapshots from Infinity subsystems like different Studios, then edit and recall them without disturbing the wider Infinity system.
Camera intercom often requires the combination of group communication and individual conversations between a control room engineer and a specific camera operator. The ISO Key Mode enables the user to establish a private communications channel with each camera position by temporarily removing them from any Group comms while an ISO call is happening.
Accessible via the panel or belt pack web menu pages or through Device/Manage in Telos Infinity Dashboard Advanced software, users can now take complete control over a panel or device. This feature is particularly useful for engineers or technicians, enabling access to the hardware device via the network when an operator reports an unwanted open mic channel, volume left in ‘cut,’ a key left in Listen mode, or some other scenario requiring their help.
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