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04.05.2007
Dalet to Unveil Turnkey Tapeless TV Production System, Open Workflow Engine
Dalet Digital Media Systems will showcase Dalet Enterprise Edition, a workflow engine designed for open broadcast systems, at NAB2007.

Enterprise Edition offers a comprehensive set of media ingest, production and distribution tools for radio, television and interactive media, all within a single user interface. The new engine architecture is codec-independent and because of this enables broadcasters to deploy a wide range of SD and HD workflows.

"With the ongoing war between HD formats, it's essential to be codec-independent. As a software company, we partner with the best codec developers in the industry," said Nicolas Hans, director of Marketing at Dalet Digital Media Systems. "This gives us the flexibility to pick and choose the best technology available and to fast-track it to the core of our products."

The company will also highlight some products from its partnership with Omneon. Dalet NewsPro for Omneon is a plug-and-play digital production and playout system for small to mid-size newsrooms using MOS-compliant newsroom computer systems such as AP ENPS. The platform combines tapeless ingest with collaborative desktop video editing and powerful voice-over tools.

Dalet NewsWire 2.0, with open architecture and standard IT infrastructure, provides features for journalists and producers (advanced planning, dual column editing, and optimized ergonomics) plus advanced functionalities for system administrators and engineering (support for Unicode, advanced device tracking and graphics control, MOS compliance, automated XML gateways).

Dalet Digital Media Systems will be in booth SL4305.


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