09.11.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Studer releases V3.3 software

At IBC2003, Studer will demonstrate a new software release for its range of large digital consoles.

New upgrades to the Vista 7 production console include a multi-operator facility option, a clipboard library, and a snapshot preview function.

Studer’s software policy is to ensure that software upgrades are applicable to all consoles of similar type, so that existing customers can benefit from new features irrespective of the age of their consoles.

The V3.3 software is applicable to all three consoles using the D950 processing core –the D950 M2, Vista 7 and Vista 6. The new features offered by V3.3 vary depending on the console type and its existing feature set, but all three consoles benefit from improved snapshot facilities in static mode, an undo function for snapshot recall, snapshot crossfades over any interval up to 100 seconds and protection against accidentally changing patched connections.

Both the Vista 6 live broadcast console and the Vista 7 production console additionally benefit from a multi-operator facility option, a clipboard library, allowing individual settings or whole channels to be stored, and an elegant snapshot preview function which enables the operator to compare an upcoming snapshot simultaneously with the current settings.

See Studer at IBC2003 in Stand 8.458 or visit: www.studer.ch.

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