07.14.2008 10:50 AM
Poland’s largest broadcaster monitors multiple signals with Miranda

Poland’s first 24-hour news station — TVN 24 — has installed two Miranda Kaleido-X multi-image display processors for monitoring of all its channels, including CNBC TVN Biznes and TVN Meteo.

TVN24 is Poland’s first all-news broadcaster, with sports, news, business and entertainment available around the clock. Miranda’s Polish distributor, Studiotech, supplied the Kaleido-X system.

The broadcaster has configured one Kaleido-X to display 64 inputs across eight 40in and 57in LCD screens; the second processor displays 48 inputs over four LCD screens. The station uses the system to display tallies, audio bars, signal loss detection and clocks.

By using the Kaleido-X’s on-screen drop-down menus, operators can change aspect ratios, check the safe area, assign inputs and adjust the UMD text to optimize the monitor wall space. Each Kaleido-X display output can be controlled completely independently, using remote panels or on-screen mouse control in the station’s master control, ingest and control rooms.

For more information, visit www.miranda.com.



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