08.13.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Omnibus to show OPUS updates at IBC2008

At IBC2008, OmniBus with show an updated version of its OPUS content management system, which includes "soft-XML" support for customized logging and annotation, frame-accurate proxy generation and viewing, full-text indexing and searching, integration with production editing systems, increased integration with OmniBus iTX, and standardized Web services data exchange with adjacent systems.

The OPUS SmartClient uses Microsoft's Silverlight technology to provide access to the OPUS system within a Web browser environment from both Windows and Mac desktops. This allows operators to browse material in the system, make shot selections of key events and transfer the EDL to a craft editor directly from their desktops.

For more information, visit www.omnibus.tv.



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