Rode has joined the race to turn iOS devices — including iPhones and iPads — into professional quality audio recorders for broadcasting.
This extremely small and lightweight transmitter is specially designed for professional wireless microphone applications.
Linear Acoustic has announced its new AERO.soft, an enterprise-class television audio processor that features the company’s proven processing engines, with optional Dolby coding while supporting the ongoing transition to Audio over IP (AoIP).
NUGEN Audio will introduce Halo Upmix, the first product based on the company’s proprietary new processes for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 surround in television and film productions.
Nugen Audio’s Halo Upmix, launched at IBC, is designed for upmixing stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 in TV and film productions.
Backbone Networks, the Internet radio provider, and Technica Del Arte BV, the creator of Luci Live, joined at IBC to introduce two products that capture, deliver and manage studio-quality live feeds from a radio station’s remote co-hosts, guests and field reporters from an Apple iOS smartphone or tablet.
Looking to spotlight the improvements in image quality at higher dynamic ranges, at the 2015 IBC Show in Amsterdam Envivio, a provider of software-based video processing, delivery and monetization solutions, will join with Dolby Laboratories to demonstrate Envivio’s Muse Live Ultra HD video processing software working in tandem with Dolby’s Dolby Vision televisions (including Dolby AC-4 processing) to showcase Ultra High Definition (UHD) video with vivid High Dynamic Range (HDR).
Wheatstone has added new touchscreen options for its IP-enabled Dimension Three TV audio console that enables operators to use familiar smartphone gestures such as “pinching” to easily make edits during fast-paced projects.
Calrec said that more than 20 of its Apollo and Artemis mixing console customers have upgraded to the company’s new Concord processors since their launch in April.