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03.24.2010 12:00AM
Triveni Digital to Introduce New StreamScope Software at NAB
Triveni Digital StreamScope

Triveni Digital will showcase a new software release for the StreamScope RM-40, along with the new mobile and non-real-time services within its GuideBuilder system.

The StreamScope RM-40 2.0 software release introduces several new features designed to minimize operating costs for broadcast and cable operators while addressing key issues in the delivery of a quality viewing experience. Among the enhancements offered in Version 2.0 are Live Services Manager and thumbnail views of the RM-40 real-time stream monitoring appliance that enable users to confirm with a quick glance that video is present. Users can also monitor audio loudness (also known as CALM) according to ITU-R Recommendation BS.1770 (as required by A/85).

The company will also be showing the GuideBuilder PSIP Generator, which is a new mobile service that provides mission-critical operational capabilities for both content providers and network operators by generating accurate PSIP data, and enables unified fixed mobile DTV metadata management and generation capabilities in a single platform.

Triveni Digital will be at Booths SU3202, SU5217A.



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Posted by: Anonymous
Fri, 11-16-2012 - 9:33AM Report Comment
I think this is suck review video beuacse it make u think that the projector make life so fantastic in order to doing the marketing without tell the hell truth about its power consumption. U can use funtio for ten minutes to turn it in to a brick.You (manufactures) should innovate battery technique before add more features that heavily affect the main function take picture and fuck off tricks like this vid.




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