03.03.2008 12:00 AM
New Version of iCR, Kahuna Enhancements on Tap from Snell
Snell & Wilcox will demonstrate Version 3.0 of its iCR end-to-end content repurposing solution at the NAB Show.

New features in Version 3.0 enables ingest of SD and HD content with new universal conversion tools to control resolution, aspect ratio, color space conversion, advanced deinterlacing, film pull-down removal, and automated audio retiming. Integrated into the iCR Version 3.0 platform is the motion compensated, software-based Alchemist IP SD standards converter with advanced MPEG-4 authoring tools for mobile TV, broadband TV (Web), VOD, IPTV, and portable media players. A new plug-in API integrates the system into any workflow environment.

Demonstrating its enhanced Kahuna SD/HD multiformat production switcher and Impakt DVE, Snell & Wilcox will show its Fluid Effects capability that lets operators wrap live video around any animated model preloaded onto the switcher.

Snell & Wilcox will also show new products for its IQ Modular intelligent infrastructure system with more than 400 intelligent component building blocks for compatibility with emerging 3G standards and metadata-rich infrastructures as well as current analog, SD and HD standards.

The new single-unit IQHIP00 is a second-generation Hyperion quality-control engine for multichannel content monitoring. Reporting through RollMap, the company’s flagship control and monitoring system, provides a rich graphical monitoring environment. RollMap Version 3.1 incorporates custom-defined controls, SMS and e-mail alerts, real-time status and event reporting, audio-level metering, and advanced alarm-level masking and filtering.

Snell & Wilcox will be at Booth SU4220.

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