03.26.2008 12:00 AM
Ross Video to Roll Out OverDrive Version 7
Ross Video will introduce Version 7 software of the OverDrive Automated Live Production Control System at NAB.

OverDrive’s Version 7 includes applications for news, sports, worship and live event productions. It includes MOS integration for graphic and video server systems, enhanced client/server architecture, and the introduction of sideCar, a compact remote control panel. Additional new features include multiple user-programmable timers and the ability to enable or disable remote control of mixers or robotic cameras on-the-fly.

“OverDrive Version 7 software adds yet another level of unique features and enhancements to the market-leading production control system,” said Brad Rochon, Marketing Product Manager, OverDrive Automated Production Control. “With over 80 systems delivered worldwide, OverDrive Version 7 incorporates feedback from a wide variety of customers. The new features we are introducing ensure that OverDrive users are at the leading edge of automated production control.”

Ross Video will be at Booth SU6010.


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