09.13.2006 08:00 AM
Barco shows new Broadcast Monitoring System

Barco showed its new Networked Broadcast Monitoring System for facility-wide monitoring at IBC. The Networked Broadcast Monitoring System, namely Barco’s NG Series, was also demonstrated live at the show. Whether online or offline, editors and post-production staff need to view multiple sources simultaneously, preferably within a limited viewing field. At live events, sports journalists need to see several views of the action on one display. Combining all camera views on a single screen ensures more accurate, exciting and up-to-date coverage of events.

Alongside, Barco featured its Encore controller. The system provides source selection, advanced windowing features, seamless switching, video effects and integrated control for any professional environment.

For more information, see www.barco.com.

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