03.01.2007 08:00 AM
Sundance Digital to show benefits of new BXF standard

Sundance Digital will demonstrate workflow efficiencies using the forthcoming broadcast exchange format (BXF) and introduce new software releases and refinements to its Titan, FastBreak NXT and Intelli-Sat automation solutions at NAB2007.

Sundance will show practical examples of its Titan and FastBreak NXT products using the soon-to-be adopted BXF (SMPTE 2010) standard. Responding to the need for improved status monitoring and multichannel situational awareness, the company has streamlined the GUIs of its Titan and FastBreak NXT Automation and XPress packages.

The company will also show Intelli-Sat v4.0. Intelli-Sat automates the scheduling and capture of incoming content from satellite and live sources.

See Sundance Digital in NAB booth SL1410A or visit www.sundancedigital.com.

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