02.07.2007 08:00 AM
SysMedia to emphasize interactivity at NAB

SysMedia will demonstrate compatibility with ETV-BIF and ACAP at NAB2007. The addition of these platforms extends the scope of SysMedia's Plasma Gold interactive content production system to the majority of digital set-top boxes. SysMedia is actively participating in the ATSC ACAP field trial.

SysMedia will be demonstrating Plasma Gold software, and will also show its speech following technology, which enables automatic synchronization between text and audio for subtitling and captioning.

For more information, visit www.sysmedia.com.



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