04.09.2007 04:46 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
DNF adds bug and logo control to Tally Processor

DNF Controls has added bug and logo control to its GTP-32 GPI Tally Processor. A member of DNF's Flex Control Network line of modular, Ethernet-based, real-time machine control solutions, the GTP-32 automatically puts bugs and logos in their place, on or off.

The GTP-32's combinatorial logic option allows users to create simple or complex rules that automatically turn bugs and logo inserters on and off based upon master control, production switcher and router GPIs or tallies. The rules consist of user-entered logic equations that are applied to one or more GPIs and tallies. When all the conditions are met, the bug or logo is turned on. Otherwise, it is automatically turned off.

For more information, visit www.dnfcontrols.com.

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