02.26.2004 12:00 PM
OmniBus to unveil several products on G3 technology foundation

OmniBus Systems will introduce four new automation products at this year's NAB, including TXPlay transmission automation, G3 Colossus control, N+1 Failover Redundancy and Headline news editor.



TXPlay is a scalable system for facilities operating from one to eight channels, complementing OmniBus' Colossus large-scale multichannel transmission automation.

G3 technology is fully compatible with existing OmniBus solutions. With the addition of G3 tools a broadcaster's original investment in OmniBus technology is enhanced. OmniBus’s new products taking advantage of the G3 are:

  • TXPlay is a scalable system for facilities operating from one to eight channels, complementing OmniBus' Colossus large-scale multichannel transmission automation.

  • G3 Colossus Control provides an unprecedented level of configurability and operator control in multichannel environments. Combining multiple timeline, schedule grid, and event-detail views on a single or dual high-resolution display, G3 Colossus Control allows a single operator to monitor and control up to 32 channels from a single workstation.

  • N+1 Failover Redundancy for Colossus and TxPlay. Transmission automation systems from OmniBus now include a redundancy feature for multichannel operations. With N+1 Failover, one channel in a multichannel operation can be designated as a backup channel.

  • Headline Media Editor, a multi-format desktop editing system featuring support for Windows Media 9 Series, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2.

For more information, visit booth C7634 or go to www.omnibus.tv.

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