03.01.2007 12:00 AM
NETIA to Crank up Asset Management Enhancements at NAB2007
At NAB2007, NETIA will show enhancements of its three main software lines--the Radio-Assist 7.5 range of digital audio programs, Manreo asset management software, and Media Logging range--with added features to help broadcasters converge their workflows in a comprehensive software suite.

NETIA has integrated its U-Share network management system into Radio-Assist 7.5 to simplify and automate the distribution of audio content from one site to multiple destination sites over IP or DVB video transport. Radio-Assist 7.5 also brings improved speech-to-text functionality.

Multitrack XT with integrated VST Standard is a pro editing tool for Radio-Assist 7.5, designed for multitrack digital audio recording and editing. With the addition of this standard, Radio-Assist 7.5 users will be able to add any VST plug-in to achieve a wide and powerful range of audio effects.

NETIA is also brewing up new Café functionality for its Manreo asset management software. The Café module is a fully automated tool for the entire video acquisition chain, from triggering to file encoding and transmission to remote servers. It now supports recording of one channel and simultaneous management of multiple record sessions through external devices. Manreo also has a new video recorder module to acquire and digitize videos from tape.

The company's Media Logging monitoring applications capture, index, transcode and distribute audio and video content. Advanced speech-to-text functionality allows broadcasters to converge their workflows and achieve wider content distribution from a single software suite.

NETIA will be in booth N5721.

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