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NEWS IBC 2014
Conference 11-15 September 2014
Exhibition 12-16 September 2014
Y ears of experience in developing IT-based solutions
has allowed VidiGo to bring automation to a higher
level this IBC. The three complete workflows that will be
showed are Studio Automation, Visual Radio and Arena
Solutions. All three workflows are based on VidiGos
multi-camera live production suite VidiGo Live. On top
of VidiGo Live they’ve built three separate automation
layers tailored for specific markets: Studio Automation,
Visual Radio and Arena Solutions
Thomson Video Networks
T homson Video Networks shows industry-leading
ViBE™ CP6000 contribution platform that now
offers advanced capabilities for broadcast-quality
video transmission over unmanaged networks,
including the open Internet. By enabling cloud-friendly
deployments for contribution and primary distribution,
the ViBE CP6000 now provides an all-encompassing
media infrastructure that supports multiple codecs,
multiple networks, and multiple devices for ground-
to-cloud and ground-to-ground video delivery.
P HABRIX will be presenting a new technology demonstration of 4K at IBC this year. In a change to its normal stand
design, PHABRIX have added a new office where visitors will be able to discuss the PHABRIX technical view of 4K
support across multiple formats and frame rates.
Recognised world-wide for its innovative test and measurement products, PHABRIX will be showing its portable
PHABRIX SxE with eye and jitter analysis and a new A/V delay toolset across the Sx series.
PHABRIXs newest entry level hand held, the TAG, has been a huge success following its release earlier in the year.
New at IBC is the TAGs support for PAL M and N formats alongside, SD, HD and 3G- SDI standards, a perfect
product for complete format testing within broadcast infrastructures.
The Rx modular rack system continues to be enhanced with features. With its ability to monitor up to 8 channels, 4
simultaneously, the Rx 2000 dual screen, the Rx1000 and half rack Rx500 rasterizers each offer 1920 x 1080 HDMI/
SDI monitor output.
New at IBC for the Rx is increased support for WSS/VI/AFD and closed captions. PHABRIXs four simultaneous inputs
of closed captioning to provide separated views for 608 and 708 is welcomed by the industry and at IBC, further
features are on show.
As a leading broadcast test and
measurement manufacturer, PHABRIX
will be highlighting its advanced
support for audio on the Rx platform,
particularly Dolby. All products now
support Dolby E, Dolby D and Dolby
Digital Plus with the Rx range offering
full decode of two Dolby streams
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