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NEWS MANAGE & MONITOR Content management Tedial will exhibit an enhanced version of its Media IT platform for the first time in Europe at IBC (Stand 8.B41). Tedial Evolution extends MAM functionality with advanced search/indexing tools, new services to surf/explore archives, and improved integration between archive and workflow engines to reinforce a collaborative environment. New features include a re-designed GUI complete with autocomplete and a True Object Relational Database that will allows several users to work with the same asset. Tedial has also implemented the IMF schema within its MAM and workflow systems, as well as the AMWA FIMS AS-11 specifications. Tedial supports the SPMTE standards of MXF, BXF and AXF and the BPMN 2.0 Notation standard for enhanced interoperability. www.tedial.com On-air graphics Immersive audio Junger Audio will use IBC (Stand 10.A49) to showcase a prototype of an audio monitoring product that will allow broadcasters to check the quality of all immersive audio transmissions, regardless of their format. Compatible with 3D audio encoding formats from different vendors - including the MPEG-H TV audio system and Dolby’s immersive audio system - the hardware- based Multichannel Monitoring and Authoring device will also help maintain compliance with existing loudness regulations while avoiding the known processing artefacts of traditional loudness control approaches. Peter Poers, Junger Audio’s managing director, said: “We envisage that this solution will be deployed not just in production and post-production, but at all stages of the audio workflow where programs running future immersive audio standards need to be controlled or monitored effectively.” www.jungeraudio.com 24 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 104 AUGUST 2015 ChyronHego will feature CAMIO 4.2, an updated version of its graphic asset management solution, at IBC (Stand 7.D11). Highlights of this latest incarnation include a redesign of LUCI, the modular interface for producer fulfilment of graphics in newsroom computer systems (NRCSs), with integration across the entire ChyronHego product line. LUCI has been re- engineered to “use forward-thinking technology for more flexible and powerful interfaces” on PCs, Macs, or tablets, giving producers an at-a-glance overview of all information they need to deliver breaking news to air. The company will also showcase its entire BlueNet graphics workflow and its Channel Box channel branding system. Studio MediaMaker, ChyronHego’s product for streamlining broadcast production in smaller or non- traditional organizations, will make its European debut. chyronhego.com