09.30.2004 08:00 AM
Axon introduces transmission recording, compliance system

Axon Digital Design introduced its second-generation video air check system, designed to meet country-specific legal broadcast archiving regulations at IBC.

The Transmission Recording and Compliance System (TRACS) offers a highly reliable platform that fully automates the process of audio and video recording for 30 to 90 consecutive days.

TRACS consists of a range of networked digital video recorders connected to a request server that also acts as a Web server and monitoring unit. It records and plays out full vertical blanking interval (VBI) content. The recorders, which use the MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 compression format with variable bit rate, are accessed through the request server via Web pages.

For more information, visit www.axon.tv.

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