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TV Magic to Highlight i/o Lineup, Make Facilities Appear

TV Magic, the broadcast and A/V systems integrator and engineering company with offices in San Diego and Burbank, Calif., will trek to NAB2007 with upgrades to its i/o line of scalable workflow products for applications. TV Magic will also showcase its engineering and design services for facilities from studio rebuilds to houses of worship.

TV Magic will introduce its new tested and certified i/o products, designed to grow alongside the client's operations from ingest to editing, to news and the Web, with Final Cut Studio, as the base interface of the i/o workflow.

i/oIngest offers users an ingest channel for capture of any footage from tape- or file-based media using QuickTime to allow users to view the feed at the same time it is being recorded. Clients can add as many record, edit, and playback channels as they desire.

i/oEdit's base configuration includes two Apple Mac Pros with Final Cut Studio installed. Shared storage is an option using either Apple's Fibre Channel solution or the latest GigE technology.

i/oCast uses the power of the Mac OS X and an RSS feed. i/oCast helps users prepare their finished product for podcasting, video-on-demand, and RSS feeds via Internet and Web-accessible cell phones.

TV Magic also offers complete design, renovation, and build of facilities, as well as television stations, post-production studios, houses of worship, city council chambers, and college and university A/V rooms and production studios. TV Magic follows a rigorous five-phase system process map that covers the range from initial design and line-item equipment lists to installation, proof-of-performance, and system training.

TV Magic will be in booth N406.