For Lawo, It’s All About IP

For Lawo, its latest product development reflects a keen focus on moving audio and video signals over an Internet Protocol (IP)-based infrastructure, helping customers migrate to a flexible, format-agnostic production environment in the most cost-effective way

At the upcoming CABSAT 2016 show (stand D1-51) in Dubai, Lawo will spotlight its latest IP-enabled video core infrastructure, video processing and routing solutions as well as IP-based digital audio mixing consoles and audio routers. The company will also show advances to its popular Virtual Studio Manager (VSM) control system, currently used in a wide variety of complex production environments around the world.

CABSAT visitors will see the VSM System’s ability to accurately control and monitor both baseband- and IP-based broadcast installations, allowing users to manage all TV and radio production equipment within a single system. This provides a number of benefits for file-based workflows and helps simplify production operations. The system is compatible with and controls all major brands and models of video and audio routers, video and audio mixers, intercoms, under-monitor displays (UMD) and multiviewers, glue equipment, and other third-party devices.

IP-based V-line products

The company will also show its IP-based V__line video interfacing, processing and routing devices. The V__remote4 is a bi-directional multichannel video/audio to IP-interface for remote production. It is designed to provide a one-box solution for all the requirements of video and audio signal transport and processing in WAN-based remote productions, including everything from Video-over-IP coding to various monitoring and processing tools. 

The V__pro8 provides video processing, interconnecting signals in different video formats, as well as bridging between audio and video within a studio infrastructure via high-density audio connections.

The V__pro8’s new Dolby E encoding/decoding option offers up to four Dolby E encoders/decoders for fully compatible processing of multichannel audio on a single AES3 connection with the ability to handle Dolby E metadata. In combination with the unit’s Dolby E Auto Aligner, the V__pro 8 is ideally suited as a transmission path gateway for multichannel productions.

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