​ToolsOnAir Introduces onCore

ToolsOnAir’s new onCore is described as a new software component system designed to deliver the ultimate in multipurpose broadcast and workflow automation.

“With onCore, ToolsOnAir has created an all-new software infrastructure; combined with mediaCore, ToolsOnAir’s Linux-based media engine, broadcast professionals on any Linux-based based platform can now experience ToolsOnAir’s intuitive Mac-based workflow and seamless integration of ingest, playout, storage, and real-time graphics,” observes Walter Kuntner, Founder and CEO of ToolsOnAir.

'onCore designer' gives users a visual toolkit to design and create their own custom workflows and micro services. From multi-channel ingest and production with just:in and live:cut, and central asset management via just:store, to powerful real-time, interactive graphics with composition:builder and fast, intuitive rundown creation and playout automation via just:play and just:live, ToolsOnAir has designed onCore to enable integration with the user’s existing hardware and software.

“For many years, we’ve heard from professionals who love our products and want to know how they can bring this same workflow into environments that are not exclusively MacOS-based,” observes Kuntner. “Now, we are able to offer these same award-winning tools to all users, to integrate cleanly and seamlessly into their Linux-based setups. The creators of the TV Station in a Mac can now offer all professionals The Tools You Need to Be On Air.”

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