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OPTICIS DVI Distributor, OVD14(18)

Opticis new DVI Distributor, OVD 14 or OVD 18 makes one(1) DVI video source split into four(4) or eight(8) DVI displays, respectively without any signal loss or digital noise. Also, HDMI source and displays are compatible by using HDMI-DVI cable.

Opticis new DVI Distributor, OVD14(18) is ready to ship on Dec.

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KEY FEATURES
Offers one (1) DVI video source split into four (4) DVI displays
Offers an EDID program feature
Supports DDC/HDCP
Supports graphic computer resolution up to WUXGA (1920×1200) at 60Hz and HD 1080p (1920×1080)
Compatible with HDMI-DVI cable
Input power: +5V 2.6A / +5V 3.0A
Dimension (WDH): 160 x 91 x 25mm / 240 x 103 x 25mm
Weight: 0.24Kg / 0.38Kg

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Firehouse Productions Provides HARMAN’s JBL VERTEC(r) Line Arrays To Celebrate Another Spectacular Night For Broadway At The 66th Annual Tony Awards

NEW YORK, New York – “If only real life could be more like theater,” joked host Neil Patrick Harris as he opened the 66th annual Tony Awards at New York City’s historic Beacon Theater. In order to bring Broadway’s memories over the past year to life, Red Hook, New York-based Firehouse Productions relied on HARMAN’s JBL VERTEC(r) line arrays and Crown amplifiers for the live sound reinforcement system.

This years’ awards show featured performances from some of the top theatrical productions of the year, including The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Jesus Christ Superstar, Follies, Once and more.

The house system at the Beacon Theater includes a center cluster of four JBL VERTEC VT4887 compact line array loudspeakers and a balcony hang of six VT4888 midsize line array elements per side, with an additional two per side of VT4881 compact arrayable subwoofers.

To accompany the house system, Firehouse provided two hangs of 14 VT4886 subcompact line array loudspeakers for the main PA, four hangs of two VRX932LA-1 Constant Curvature loudspeakers used for side fill, and six VT4886 subcompact loudspeakers were used for front fills. In addition, four VT4880 fullsize arrayable subwoofers were tucked under the stage.

“The hardest part of the project was finding a placement for the PA to hang that fit in with the rest of the set and lighting fixtures and wasn’t visible from a TV and audience perspective,” said Mark Dittmar, lead design and integration engineer at Firehouse Productions. “The VT4886′s were the only solution and the best in my opinion. With a 500-pound hang limit, they give us the power and coverage we need without a sacrifice. The VRX’s are great for tight pattern control for side fills as they are light and can be flown at the bottom of set features.”

The challenge of any awards show is dealing with the many microphones on stage and ensuring there is no feedback stemming from the house PA system, Dittmar noted. “The VT4886′s help to solve this problem,” he added. “In the past we’ve used a variety of small boxes, but this is a much more cohesive design and we’re thrilled that it worked out so well.”

To supplement the JBL loudspeakers, Firehouse utilized 24 Crown I-Tech IT 12000HD amplifiers, providing consistent power and sound quality. “We’ve been using Crown since the beginning,” said Dittmar. “They give us so much power in such a small package and communicate wonderfully with the JBL speakers.”

Dittmar explained that by setting the amps at 208 volts it gives them balanced power and produces less noise as well. “One of our favorite aspects about Crown is the ability to build a custom library of presets so we can control any speaker in our inventory with the proper power, our favorite being the VT4886′s.”

“It’s an honor to be a part of such a significant night and we are extremely pleased with the results from both JBL and Crown. Their excellence and support continues to give us the confidence we need to do our job to the best ability,” Dittmar summed up.

For more information on Firehouse Productions, please visit www.firehouseproductions.com

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG(r), Harman Kardon(r), Infinity(r), JBL(r), Lexicon(r) and Mark Levinson(r). The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,000 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.3 billion for the twelve months ended March 31, 2012.

Opera Bastille Upgrades With HARMAN’s Studer Vista 5 M2 Console

Opera Bastille's Serge Dupont (left) and Philippe Taberlet.

PARIS, France – When it was inaugurated back in 1989, L’Opéra Bastille in Paris (home to Opéra National de Paris) immediately provided Parisians with a world-class concert hall dedicated to opera. Designed by Canadian-Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott on a massive footprint of 155,000 square metres, (comprising three separate buildings), it opened on July 13-the eve of the 200th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille.

The highly-experienced audiovisual technical team of Serge Dupont and Philippe Taberlet has been supervising Opera Bastille’s production requirements since the very beginning, and 23 years later has just commissioned a new 32-fader HARMAN Studer Vista 5 M2, with TFT meter bridge monitoring, from French distributor Audiopole. This will ensure that the sound quality of future Opera Bastille productions remains at the cutting edge.

The new Vista 5 will fulfill all monitoring and recording duties, replacing the house’s long-serving digital desk in the control booth. This overlooks the 2,703-seat auditorium from the upper balcony 50 metres above the ground, while the building itself descends a further 30 metres below street level.

Although this is its first experience with Studer, Opera Bastille already had a relationship with Jean-Philippe Blanchard from Audiopole-one of four companies to respond to the tender. He was able to add value to the package by introducing two brand-new Studer products.

The new Vista FX engine will enable Opera Bastille to add up to 24 channels of Lexicon PCM-96 effects to the console while the 19-inch Vista Compact Remote Bay (similar to a laptop computer in design), with 12-fader touchscreen and keyboard, provides a slave or secondary desk to work in parallel with the Vista 5-and at the same time lets the team control the sound balance remotely from the auditorium itself.

Philippe Taberlet’s original tender had been for a giant automation system, since they stereo record every production for archive purposes. But he jumped at the opportunity to embrace both add-ons-as well as the Vista 5 M2′s meter bridge, immediately seeing the advantage of the peak hold facility and the history mode display.

“With the desk situated in the sound booth we had wanted to be able to make our own EQ settings during rehearsals and adjust the levels remotely,” Taberlet said. “This facility formed an important part of the tender, and the Remote Bay also gives us a spare and redundancy. As for FX, we wanted this of course, and it was a great surprise to learn that we could now have access to the Lexicon reverb/delays [via the Vista FX frame] because this had not been included in our original tender.”

The Vista FX frame includes two Lexicon cards, which will enable them to run two 5.1 surround signals (or four stereo).

As for the signal transmission architecture, the Opera House already has a full Optocore optical fibre ring system networking the auditorium with the 450-seat amphitheatre and 237-seat studio (which make up the facility, along with full-size rehearsal stage) and the Vista 5 M2 will plug into the optical ring via the MADI card.

AES and fibre will be used throughout, and the Vista 5 M2 itself is configured with 64 MADI I/O channels, with 48 AES I/O, 16 mic/line inputs and 72 analogue outputs.

Taberlet and Dupont had wanted a large DSP configuration which will provide them with 96 multitrack busses as well as the 72 D/A converters for outputs, This is because while the bulk of their productions are unamplified (and some subtly so to create the illusion that the sound is transparent) they also have a long association with IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) who were set up to explore avant garde electroacoustic music. One of its early supporters was Pierre Boulez, who had originally promoted the idea for the new Opera House back in 1968.

The new Studer Vista 5 M2 will suit the many roles for which it has been assigned with precision, and its sonic excellence has already been noted, as Taberlet explained. “We were loaned a desk for trial over a 2-week period and made a 2-track recording; we ran the Studer in parallel with our existing desk and our recording engineer said there was simply no comparison between the two.”

The snapshots had been another prerequisite, he added. “If the person working the desk on one production gets sick, we need to be able to replace him immediately with any member of the team, just by recalling the settings.”

Audipole followed up the sale by providing six days’ operator and maintenance team training in advance of the complete commissioning of the new Studer environment.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG(r), Harman Kardon(r), Infinity(r), JBL(r), Lexicon(r) and Mark Levinson(r). The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,000 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.3 billion for the twelve months ended March 31, 2012.

Draper Reimagines Projection Screen Surfaces

(Spiceland, Ind.) – Draper Inc. has announced a reimagining of the company’s projection screen surfaces, creating a collection of viewing surfaces unparalleled in the projection screen industry. The announcement means not only new viewing surface options for Draper projection screens, but also improvements and refined naming for the company’s existing surfaces.

“At the beginning of this process of reimagining the concept of what makes a good projection screen, I was asked to do nothing less than explore the frontiers of projection surfaces,” according to Fabric Coordinator Brian Hocker, who was charged with leading Draper’s efforts. “We had a long list of needs, and a goal to launch a new viewing surface in 2012 to meet each of those needs.”

The introduction includes several new products, including Ecomatt XT700E, the first projection surface to be Cradle to Cradle Certified(cm) Silver by McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC), and a reworking of the company’s surface names to include key performance measurements in the name of each surface.

Draper Reimagines Viewing Surfaces.

As part of the process, Hocker traveled to view projection surface manufacturing processes around the world. He and his team tested hundreds of surfaces for dozens of qualities, and developed and staffed a high tech viewing surface testing laboratory at Draper’s Spiceland, Indiana, headquarters, where current and prospective viewing surfaces can be tested for performance and consistency. He also oversaw the addition of a major surface manufacturing area in Draper’s Spiceland facility.

With the May 7, 2012 price list introduction, Draper now offers over 20 new and refined viewing surfaces grouped into four families: OptiView self-supporting front projection surfaces, OptiFlex tensioned front projection screens, ClearSound acoustically transparent front projection screens and CineFlex flexible/tensioned screens for rear projection.

For more information on Draper’s reimagining of viewing surfaces, go to www.draperinc.com/ProjectionScreens/Surfaces.asp. Cradle to Cradle CertifiedCM is a certification mark licensed by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.

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New at InfoComm 2012: Mitsubishi Electric Offers Professional Photo Printing Solutions for the Audiovisual Communications Industry

Las Vegas, NV – June 13, 2012 – Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. will feature its CP-D70DW and CP-D707DW professional event photo printers at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas, June 13-15 in booth #C8308 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Mitsubishi Electric products offer a profitable solution for on-site event photo printing to the audiovisual communications industry and their customers attending the show.

“The CP-D70DW series printers produce beautiful photographs anywhere. Fast, lightweight and durable, they are the perfect solution for printing photographs at nightclubs, concerts, corporate events, parties, weddings…..anywhere people get together,” said James Chan, vice president of marketing, Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America. “The CP-D70 series printers produce a stunning 4×6 inch photograph in only 8.4 seconds. At a cost of less than 20 cents per photo, our printers can quickly generate significant revenue at any event or venue.”

The CP-D70DW, Mitsubishi Electric’s full-featured professional weighs just 27 pounds. The dual-deck CP-D707DW is the only printer its size that can be loaded with two sizes of paper, allowing a variety of photo prints at the same time, or printing the same size photo print about 40 percent faster. Both printers produce 2×6-, 3.5×5-, 4×6-, 5×7- and 6×8-inch sizes and offer the choice of either a Fine (high speed) or a new Super Fine (high-resolution) print mode with no change in media size. And, Mitsubishi Electric’s new Super Fine Matte finish creates high-resolution, studio-quality, matte-finish photo prints.

About Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc.
Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. is a US subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation of Tokyo, Japan. Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America manufactures and markets a complete line of display products including projectors, data wall display systems, LCD digital signage monitors and players, large-screen 3D DLP® televisions and the world’s first laser TV, LaserVue®.

To learn more about Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, visit http://www.mitsubishi-imaging.com/, call toll-free 888-307-0388 or email ipdinfo@mevsa.com. Become a Facebook fan of Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America at http://www.facebook.com/MitsubishiPhotoImaging

Neelb.tv Relies on Broadcast Pix Granite 5000 for Live Webcast of Olympic Torch Coverage

Billerica, Massachusetts – When the Olympic Torch was carried through the small town of Magherafelt in Northern Ireland on June 7, the North Eastern Education and Library Board (NEELB) covered the event with a two-hour live production that was anchored by a Broadcast Pix™ Granite™ 5000 Video Control Center™. Streamed live to www.neelb.tv, the program was also displayed on large public screens in the town centre as well as in nearby Belfast and Derry.

The show began with coverage of a Guinness world-record event, as more than 3,000 children representing 31 schools created the Olympic rings at a local arena. The students then lined the streets for the torch procession. According to Peter Simpson, manager of neelb.tv and director of the production, nine cameras were used during the shoot, including a helicopter-based camera for aerial footage of the record-breaking rings formation.

A studio was constructed in a local church hall, equipped with three robotic cameras that Simpson controlled through the Granite in neelb.tv’s production truck. Coverage also featured two roving reporters stationed near three microwave links positioned along the route. A 30-minute edited highlight program is available on the Web site, and the complete program will soon be available on DVD from Magherafelt District Council.

“It absolutely poured down from early morning, so we were extremely skeptical from the outset,” Simpson recalled. “We deployed three of our microwave links. Two worked perfectly and one died mid-program. We were running ISOs in all the cameras anyway – as a DVD of the event is now being created – so we just lost the live.”

Granite’s 2 M/Es were useful for setting up composite shots, and Simpson said the integrated Fluent™ workflow tools were used extensively during the production. The Fluent-View integrated display fed two 32-inch monitors in the truck, Fluent Clip Store was used for playback of pre-recorded packages, and graphics were produced with the built-in Harris Inscriber CG.

Simpson said the Broadcast Pix system was “perfect” for the production. “Not only was I able to operate all these things from one location, but I could also control the three robotic cameras in the studio,” he explained. “It was the only integrated production system that we could both afford to purchase and that one person could operate to produce a highly polished live program of such complexity.”

About Broadcast Pix Broadcast Pix is the leader in live video production systems. Its Video Control Centers™ empower operators with patented techniques that combine cameras, clips and graphics to create compelling live video. The integration of a multi-format switcher, clip store, graphics system with a Harris or Chyron CG, and device controls provides the lowest cost of ownership at a fraction of the cost of a conventional control room to buy, staff and operate. Systems range from compact systems controlled by a touch-screen or voice-automation to sophisticated 2 M/E control panels. Customers include leading broadcast, corporate, education, religious, government, webcast, entertainment and mobile studios in more than 110 countries. Learn more at www.broadcastpix.com.

Broadcast Pix, Granite, Fluent, and Video Control Centers are trademarks of Broadcast Pix, Inc. Patented.

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Kramer Introduces the RC-74DL Master Room Controller with Unique LCD Group Text Labels

Kramer Electronics is pleased to announce the introduction of the highly versatile RC−74DL master room controller. The RC−74DL can function either as a standalone unit that controls room facilities such as: lights, screens, drapes, etc., or as part of a more demanding K−Net™ room control system.

The RC−74DL provides a convenient end−user experience through the combination of the 12 configurable, multi−color front panel buttons with unique LCD text button group labels. Each button of the unit supports the ability to hold multiple layers of functionality for the same button. The RC−74DL also has a rotary controller that may be configured as a digital volume control knob or set up for any other function, utilizing variable settings and adding to this unit’s flexibility and intuitive ease−of−use.

The unit has an Ethernet port and three bidirectional RS−232 ports for controlling AV equipment, four relay contact closure ports that conveniently control other room items related to the AV system and two general purpose I/O ports that can function as digital inputs/outputs or analog inputs, interfacing with a variety of devices such as sensors, switches, LEDs, or relays.

The RC−74DL is compatible with Kramer’s Site−CTRL™ software for remote room control and monitoring over Ethernet. The unit’s features are configured via Kramer’s GUI based configuration software, K−Config™.

The RC−74DL fits a standard US 3 gang electrical box, facilitating easy integration into any environment. Installation in wooden or plaster walls is extremely easy using the supplied mud−ring.
The unit can also be mounted on a podium or a table using Kramer’s K−POD301 Podium Table Bus. The RC−74DL is available in white, black, gray and brushed aluminum.

The RC-74DL sells in the United States at a list price of $995.00 per unit. The RC-74DL is currently in stock and available from Kramer Electronics sales companies around the world.

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Chyron Products at the SET Broadcast & Cable 2012 Show:

Company Overview:

Chyron (NASDAQ: CHYR) is a leading provider of Graphics as a Service for on-air and digital video applications including newsrooms, studios, sports broadcasting facilities, and corporate video environments. An Emmy(R) Award-winning company whose products have defined the world of digital and broadcast graphics, Chyron provides graphics solutions including the Axis World Graphics online content creation software and order management system, on-air graphics systems, clip servers, channel branding, and graphics asset management solutions, all of which may be incorporated into the company’s BlueNet(TM) end-to-end graphics workflow. More information about Chyron products and services is available on the company websites: www.chyron.com and www.axisgraphics.tv. The company’s investor relations information is at www.chyron.com via the “Investors” link.

SHOUT Social Media Application
First introduced at the 2012 NAB Show and making its Latin American debut at SET, SHOUT is a stand-alone software application that enables broadcasters to bring social media commentary into their live broadcasts quickly and easily. SHOUT gives one or more users the ability to monitor, select, adjust, and route social media conversations to broadcast graphics systems either for on-air playback or for storage as data files for later use. Multiple instances of SHOUT running across a facility can be used simultaneously by different staff members to view content and moderate the same playback list. Users can add, remove, and authenticate multiple social media accounts, each of which has its own playback controller, playback-style settings, and filters, as well as an automated find-and-replace feature that defines words and phrases that will be automatically replaced with new text.

Image Link: www.wallstcom.com/Chyron/SHOUT.zip
Caption: SHOUT Social Media Application

Channel Box² (v.4.6) Branding and Promo System
Chyron will showcase its newly enhanced Channel Box² v. 4.6 channel branding system at SET 2012. Built on Chyron’s Lyric technology, Channel Box² allows users to access any data RSS feeds, traffic, financial, weather, elections, tickers, promos, snipes, social media, and more, and publish it on air anywhere, anytime. Channel Box² software v. 4.6 introduces Chyron’s new social media editor, a software-based solution allowing an operator to monitor and pull incoming Tweets from any feed and quickly display the Tweets on air; an asset viewer that allows an operator to validate, package, and query assets; and new data binding tools for improved panel control.

Image Link: www.wallstcom.com/Chyron/ChannelBox.zip
Caption: Chyron Channel Box² Branding and Promo System

BlueNet(TM) Graphics Creation and Playout
Chyron will demonstrate BlueNet(TM), a comprehensive solution that fully addresses broadcasters’ requirements for streamlined end-to-end graphics workflows. BlueNet leverages Chyron’s acclaimed suite of graphics tools for ordering and asset management, collaborative graphics creation, and real-time playout. Integration with Axis World Graphics, Chyron’s cutting-edge cloud-based services offering, extends the power of BlueNet workflows to speed even the most advanced graphics to air.

In fast-paced news or sports workflows that require many complex graphics, BlueNet minimizes the cycle time from creation to air. Order management tools allow producer-driven content to move smoothly into a rundown, and easily accessible templates enable instant and efficient collaboration in preparing graphics.

Lyric PRO 8.1 Graphics Creation Software
Also being demonstrated at SET will be Chyron’s Lyric PRO 8.1 graphics creation software platform. With new scriptless conditional intelligent transitions across multiple systems and delivery of superior-quality real-time 3D animations, Lyric PRO 8.1 enables users to improve the look of on-air graphics with ease and accuracy. With native support for stereoscopic 3D, scriptless transitions, and touch screen-enabled graphics, Lyric PRO 8.1 is a worldwide leader for sports and news applications.

Image Link: www.wallstcom.com/Chyron/LyricPRO8.zip
Caption: Lyric PRO 8 Graphics Creation Software

Company Quote: “This year’s SET Broadcast & Cable show promises to be another exciting event for Latin American broadcast professionals, and Chyron is pleased to once again be partnering with our local dealer, Video Systems,” said Aldo Campisi, vice president of Latin American sales at Chyron. “Our newest social media offering, SHOUT, will be making its regional debut at SET. SHOUT is a comprehensive software-based tool that allows broadcasters to quickly and easily integrate content from social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook into their live news programming and increase overall viewer participation.”

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Draper Screen Tensioning Improvements Get “Most Innovative Screen” Award at InfoComm

(Spiceland, Ind.)– Draper, Inc., has been recognized for the company’s efforts to improve tensioning for motorized projection screens. Draper’s tab-tensioning system improvement was named “Most Innovative Projection Screen” in the 2012 Systems Contractor News InfoComm Installation Product Awards.

Every Draper tab tensioned screen surface (including the tabs) is CNC cut as a single piece, and the tabs are then folded and RF welded. The result is a much stronger tab with no possibility of separation.

Draper's new tab-tensioning system.

“Making a tab tensioned surface in this manner eliminates the puckering that has characterized the edges of tab tensioned screens made by Draper and other manufacturers for years,” according to Draper, Inc. President John Pidgeon in a letter announcing the improvement to Draper dealers. “Prior to making this decision, we cycled a tab tensioned screen made in this manner over 30,000 times with no tab failure.”

With the change comes an upgraded warranty. Draper now warrants all its tab tensioned screens against tab separation for five years from date of manufacture.

For more information, and photos comparing the tensioning systems, visit the Draper company blog at www.draperinc.com/tabtensionedemail/NewTabTensionTabs.asp.

Wohler Names Sonotechnique as First Canadian Dealer for SoundField Product Family

SAN FRANCISCO — June 26, 2012 — Wohler Technologies has appointed Sonotechnique, Canada’s leading supplier of pro audio and video equipment, as its newest distributor of SoundField products. Based in Montreal with satellite sales offices in Toronto and Vancouver, British Columbia, Sonotechnique will offer the full array of SoundField microphone systems and upmix solutions to the film, recording, postproduction, radio, television, and live markets in Canada.

“SoundField enjoys a long and rich history as the ultimate family of microphone and upmix solutions for recording both stereophonic and multichannel surround formats,” said Patrice Delhaes, vice president of sales and marketing, Sonotechnique. “Sonotechnique is honored to be chosen as the first distributor to bring the SoundField brand into Canada.”

“With more than 30 years in the industry, Sonotechnique possesses the knowledge and experience needed to introduce SoundField successfully into the Canadian broadcast market,” said Michael Descoteau, vice president of North American sales at Wohler Technologies. “As Canada’s premier audio reseller, Sonotechnique is the ideal partner to help Wohler build awareness in this large and dynamic marketplace.”

For more information, visit www.wohler.com or www.sonotechnique.ca.

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About Wohler Technologies Inc.
Wohler’s tradition of innovation began with the creation of the industry’s first in-rack audio, video, and data monitoring category and continues today through its development of signal management and monitoring solutions for video, audio, captioning, and loudness applications. Wohler’s 2012 acquisition of RadiantGrid Technologies extends this award-winning product line to include the Wohler RadiantGrid New Media Automation Platform for efficient file-based content creation and distribution, quality control, and faster-than-real-time transcoding and standards conversion. This new offering, combined with the company’s proven, cost-effective confidence monitoring, compliance recording, and content management solutions, ensures high-quality media production across any platform and delivery to any device. More information about Wohler is available at www.wohler.com.

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