09.09.2009 10:05 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Never.no upgrades dynamic content scheduler

Never.no has added new functionality to its Dynamic Content Scheduler (DCS), an interface for configuring, deploying and scheduling interactive, automated TV graphics. The never.no DCS 2.0 is available for Vizrt, Harris RTX, Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight.

Positioned between the interactive TV editorial components and the character generator, DCS 2.0 synchronizes and coordinates the dynamic content generated by the various supported input mediums, ensuring seamless insertion of onscreen elements to air. New functions include video server emulation, so the never.no jukebox module can be run without the need for connection to an actual video server.

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