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NAB NEWS Emotion Systems Stand: N3719-3 Haivision Stand: SL9911 H aivision is focused on intelligent media systems that incorporate video, graphics and metadata to help customers to build, manage, and distribute their content to users throughout an enterprise or across the Internet. At NAB, they’ll show broadcasters in all market segments how Haivision can help bridge the gap between the enterprise and the Internet. In particular, demonstrating the incorporation of KulaByte Internet encoding/ transcoding within the Haivision stable of technology to extend our performance solutions ‘over the top’ to users of all popular devices. At NAB 2012 digital workflow experts Emotion Systems will feature eFF (Emotion File Finish) a cost-effective software application that automatically analyses and fixes audio loudness violations in file-based media. Already deployed at prestigious London facilities such as The Mill and Smoke & Mirrors, eFF automatically resolves audio loudness errors in file- based media to ensure compliance with the latest international standards. New board members The IABM (International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers) has elected the 15 new members of the IABM board for 2012 and 2013. Announced at the IABM Annual General Meeting in December, the new board, led by Chairman Jan Eveleens of Axon Digital Design, is responsible for the governance of the IABM and approval of the strategic plan and operational budgets. Volicon Stand: SU5715 V olicon provides the broadcast and cable industries with the most scalable, reliable, cost- effective, and easy-to-use video content logging and monitoring system for compliance, media analysis, content repurposing, and quality of experience. “All of the solutions we’re showcasing at the 2012 NAB Show demonstrate that the Observer(R) is much more than just a logging solution,” said Andrew Sachs, Volicon’s vice president of product management. “With Observer TS, we’re expanding the platform’s use cases to include applications such as repurposing and metadata analysis. Our integrated loudness monitoring and measurement capabilities are simplifying and streamlining loudness compliance. And, finally, Observer Mobile makes recorded content and the powerful toolset of our platform readily available to any authorized user, just about anywhere.” PHABRIX Stand: N5015 P HABRIX will be exhibiting its new technological advances in Hall N3 5015 at NAB 2012 Following the successful launch of its revolutionary modular PHABRIX 2U Rx2000 at IBC, the company will be releasing two new rasterizers – the IU Rx1000 and the half rack Rx 500. Each shares the same ability to take a range of broadcast test and measurement modules providing up to 8 simultaneous SDI channels for the Rx2000 and Rx 1000 and 4 SDI channels for the Rx500. Combined with the capability to show multiple instruments on a 1920 x 1080 screen through either the HDMI or SDI output this provides a 18 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE true instrument multi-view system for MCR, OB or engineering bays. Dolby generation and analysis will feature heavily on the PHABRIX stand. One item that is sure to create a stir will be a new ASI module for it revolutionary PHABRIX Rx rack mount products however PHABRIX are keeping quiet about the full details until April. Camera Corps Stand: C9046 T he latest version of Camera Corps award-winning Q-Ball compact remotely controlled pan/tilt/zoom HD/SD camera will be launched at NAB Show. Demonstrated in prototype at IBC 2011 and now in full production, Q-Ball Pre-Set allows 18 shot settings (each comprising pan angle, tilt angle, zoom and focus) to be stored prior to a live or real-time recorded shoot.