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ENCO used IBC 2016 as the launch pad for its new intuitive and versatile ClipFire instant media playout solution.
Rascular has announced that its control and media management technologies now provide comprehensive support for Elemental Live.
Rohde & Schwarz has expanded its R&S VENICE ingest and playout platform to include a new software control application. This makes it possible to record up to 16 independent channels in all conventional production and broadcast formats - claimed as the highest number of channels per system available. Single-channel and multichannel recordings are processed in a client-server configuration.
ATHENSA, the new broadcast technology platform originator, announces debut for AirBox 7, TitleBox 7, and CaptureBox 7. The latest solutions include UHD ingest, graphics and playout support, seriously improved performance, AJA support, resources optimization and new GUI.
PlayBox Technology will display a range of new members of its product offering, plus some refinements to existing models during IBC 2016. Also making its Amsterdam debut will be the AirBox Neo automated media playout system for satellite channels, cable head-ends, ‘traditional’ broadcast and corporate TV.
Veset has announced the launch of their updated Nimbus platform. Completely re-designed, the Nimbus platform now provides a versatile, powerful, fully cloud-based ingest, storage, and playout solution which includes provisions for live event management. Nimbus and other Veset products and services will be fully demonstrated at IBC.
Starfish Technologies will feature its next-generation TS Splicer product at IBC 2016. TS Splicer combines multiple-channel, frame-accurate transport stream media splicing with media storage and SCTE 35 opt-out signal decoding.
ARTE, the European culture channel, has upgraded its playout automation and the handling of file-based playlists across multiple locations as part of a new disaster recovery infrastructure. To help synchronize all its broadcast operations, ARTE recently purchased a Marina automation system from Pebble Beach Systems.
ENCO Systems has released its next generation automated captioning solution for live or recorded video. Called enCaption3 R3, it is a real-time automated captioning system for television broadcasters that does not require special voice training.
The SubtitleNext platform has the capability to dramatically improve caption and subtitling speed and efficiency, and it simplifies the processes throughout the entire work cycle.
A 4K HEVC encoder and decoder designed for use during sports event coverage has been launched by Japan’s NTT Electronics.
Spacepath Communications is extending its range of small, lightweight amplifiers with the new STA 3407 ultralinear series shown at IBC 2016.