04.10.2008 08:26 AM
Calrec Audio, Ross Video develop software interface

Calrec Audio and Ross Video have developed a software interface that enables Calrec audio consoles to be controlled remotely by the Ross OverDrive automated production control system.

For broadcasters, this tight integration can mean reduced production costs and more flexibility because a single operator can run both video and audio in situations where a full crew is not available or required, such as for late-night breaking news cut-ins.

The jointly developed protocol enables an operator to use OverDrive to control autofade, or up to 192 individual faders, and to set levels and prefade listen (PFL) on the Calrec console. The interface is already in use at some NBC affiliates.

See Calrec in NAB booth N8723, or visit www.calrec.com.

See Ross Video in NAB booth SU6010, or visit www.rossvideo.com.

Post New Comment
If you are already a member, or would like to receive email alerts as new comments are
made, please login or register.

Enter the code shown above:

(Note: If you cannot read the numbers in the above
image, reload the page to generate a new one.)

No Comments Found

Tuesday 06:00 AM
Eleven FCC Scenarios for The 600 MHz Band Plan
I suspect that the estimated $44 billion of auction proceeds do not take into account the fact that some spectrum the FCC will buy cannot be resold because it must be used as guard intervals in the 600 MHz band plan.~ Charles W. Rhodes

Zazil Media Group /   Thursday 11:07 AM
NAB 2015 Preview: Dalet Spearheads the Facility of the Future
Wall Street Communications /   Thursday 07:36 PM
Digital Alert Systems 2015 NAB Show Preview

Featured Articles
Discover TV Technology