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Press Releases For : September 10, 2014

DK-Technologies Appoints Anders Kjempff As New Sales and Marketing Director

DK-Technologies has announced the appointment of Anders Kjempff to the position of Sales and Marketing Director, with responsibility for promoting the company’s range of audio and video metering products including the award winning DK Meter. He will be based at DK-Technologies’ head office in Herlev, Denmark.

Kjempff brings extensive management experience to the role having previously run his own IT sales company, which he sold earlier this year. Prior to that he spent nine years with broadcast transmission company ProTeleVision Technologies (PTV) where he was Sales and Strategy Director.

Karsten Hansen, CEO of DK-Technologies, says: “There is a real sense of ‘Sliding Doors’ about Anders’ appointment because, in a parallel dimension, he should have joined the company in 2001 when DK bought the Studio Products Division of PTV. At that stage he was working for the part of the company that we didn’t buy, and that’s why he didn’t come across then. I am really delighted that our paths have finally come together. Anders has so much industry experience and is such a consummate sales and marketing professional that this is really great news for the future of DK-Technologies.”

Commenting on his appointment, Anders Kjempff adds: “I have known about DK-Technologies for many years and have always admired its approach to product design and development. DK products are conceived from a blank sheet of paper – there are no third party algorithms or components because everything is designed from scratch with no compromise. That is why the company has such a strong international reputation for quality. I am delighted that I am now part of this because I share the same values. Coming to DK really does feel like coming home.”

Under Kjempff’s guidance, DK-Technologies will be looking to promote its world class products and expand its sales network on a global scale.

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About DK-Technologies
DK-Technologies develops and produces audio meters, video sync and test signal generators, as well as video waveform monitors and colour analysers both for LCD and CRT monitors. Alongside its worldwide distributor network, DK-Technologies also operates branch offices in Denmark, Germany, UK and USA. www.dk-technologies.com

Press Releases For : September 9, 2014

Nipros Helps RED Display The Realties of Live 4K Production At IBC

IBC2014 CONVENTION, AMSTERDAM— Following a successful collaboration at the NAB Convention in April, RED Digital Cinema has re-enlisted Samaserve’s CTO Sal Sandoval to engage the Nipros LS-750GT and LS 750 camera-mounted fiber adapter system for a live 4K Production demonstration, the first of its kind, at the IBC 2014 Show.

On Saturday, September 13th, a milestone technology demonstration will kick off the IBC Show between 10:00 and 11:30 am. Entitled “One Camera, 6K Digital Stills & Motion, 4K Broadcast?” the unique session is being held during Red Digital Cinema’s presentation at the RAI Auditorium. The goal is to illustrate how Red’s 6K Dragon sensor—boasting over 19 megapixels, a new color science, higher dynamic range and the highest DxO Mark sensor rating ever—can support live (3840 x 2160 resolution) broadcasts. The live 4K broadcasts will include real-time graphics from Vizrt while simultaneously capturing 6K R3D RAW (4096 x 2160 resolution) masters. RED Digital Cinema is located at IBC booth (10.A10 – Hall 10).

The Nipros LS-750GT fiber adapter system will facilitate the transmission of compressed and uncompressed, up to 4K, video from a RED EPIC DRAGON Cinema Camera to the RAI Convention Center’s main auditorium over fiber-optic cable (ensuring high quality signal delivery). The RED EPIC DRAGON will also provide live 4K feeds produced at the Vizrt booth (7.A10 – Hall 7) “Virtual Studio” set throughout the show

“We needed a comprehensive camera system capable of flawlessly transmitting uncompressed 4K and HD signals simultaneously for display on a large, high res screen. The specs on the Nipros System meet all of our requirements, and we are very pleased to be using it as part of our series of IBC demos,” says Jarred Land, President of Red Digital Cinema.

The flagship, Nipros LS-750/GT camera-mounted fiber adapter system, supports virtually any 4K camera. The system acquires and faultlessly passes simultaneous uncompressed 4K and HD signals for distances of up to 1.24 miles with the option of distances beyond 6.2 miles. The LS-750/GT offers users five 3G SDI streams directly out of the camera, as well as one return 3G/HD-SDI/SD-SDI signal. All types of 4K plus HD, or five separate HD streams, can be transported simultaneously, with the ability to mix the five asynchronous 3G/HD/SD streams independently.

“The Nipros System was a primary catalyst for my partners and I forming Samaserve,” Sandoval says. “Earning this level of support at so early a stage in the introduction of an important new system is critical. We are extremely pleased to have earned RED’s trust to support their DRAGON Cinema Camera Demos. The camera agnostic Nipros systems will also be on the job at the Canon Europe Ltd. Booth (11.E50 – Hall 11), and at the Ross Video Ltd. Booths (9.C10, 9.B08, 9.C23 – Hall 9, Hall 0),” Sandoval concludes.

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Photo: Nipros Systemized Camera System with RED DRAGON at NAB 2014

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Sound Devices Introduces FileSafe into Rack-Mounted Video and Audio Recorders

New Mission-Critical Technology Protects Video and Audio Recordings from Unintentional Drive Removal and Power Loss

AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 – Sound Devices (IBC Show: Hall 8, Stand B59) introduces its unique FileSafe™ technology as part of its 2.02 firmware release for its multi-drive, network connected video and audio rack-mounted recorders. Incorporated into the Video Devices PIX products, including the 270i, 260i and 250i, as well as the Sound Devices 970, FileSafe recovers video and audio files if, during recording, drives are unintentionally removed or power is lost.

“Pulling a drive mid-recording with a Windows, MAC or other hardware-based recording system will most likely result in corrupted files,” says Dan Desjardins, Software Development Manager at Sound Devices. “It’s taken some clever engineering to make FileSafe work, especially with high bandwidth ProRes and DNxHD video files.”

During recording, data is written to a proprietary Sound Devices file format optimized for high-data rate, real-time video and audio recording. Video Files have an ‘.sdv’ file extension and audio files have an ‘.sda’ file extension. When a recording ends, files are automatically “finalized” by converting the ‘.sdv’ files to QuickTime movie files and the ‘.sda’ files become ‘.wav’ files. This process typically only takes a couple of seconds. In the event that files cannot be finalized, whether due to power loss or inadvertent drive disconnection, they still remain intact on the drive. These files are recovered simply by inserting the drive back into a Sound Devices or Video Devices rack-mounted recorder. Each time a drive is mounted, the recorder automatically scans for unfinalized files and finalizes them.

In the absence of a Sound Devices or Video Devices rack-mount recorder, the FileSafe MAC or PC utility, which is available as a free download http://www.sounddevices.com/products/filesafe/, can be used to recover unfinalized files. Simply connect the PIX drive caddy via Firewire, USB or eSATA to the computer, open the utility and point it to the drive’s directory path containing the unfinalized files and click ‘Scan and Finalize.’

“Providing our customers with mission-critical product performance and reliability has always been a top consideration as we continue to develop the Sound Devices and Video Devices product lines,” says Paul Isaacs, VP of Marketing and Product Design. “FileSafe is yet another example of our commitment to this design philosophy.”

In addition to FileSafe, the new 2.02 firmware release includes longer file-splitting options, RS-422 control improvements and enhanced metadata editing.

Video Devices’ PIX line of rack-mounted products, PIX 270i, 260i and 250i, are a complete offering addressing a range of multiple-source video productions, including fast-paced, mission-critical studio applications, live sports and events and mobile production. Video Devices recorders offer significant advantages and time-savings for production workflows, providing tapeless, file-based recording and playback with the ability to access and transfer high-quality files over Ethernet. The units record edit-ready Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD files, and allow simultaneous multiple-drive recording, giving production staff rock-solid redundancy and backup capabilities.

A powerful tool for professionals requiring a significant number of audio channels, Sound Devices’ first-ever dedicated audio-only rack-mounted solution, the 970, records 64 channels of monophonic or polyphonic 24-bit WAV files from any of its 144 available inputs. Inputs available include 64 channels of Ethernet-based Dante, 64 channels of optical or coaxial MADI, eight channels of line-level analog and eight channels of AES digital. Any input can be assigned to any track. In addition, 32-track recording at 96 kHz is supported. The 970 records to any of four attached drives, which include two front-panel drive bays and two rear-panel e-SATA connected drives. Material can be recorded to multiple drives simultaneously or sequentially. This eliminates time-consuming post-record copying and allows for continuous long-form, high-track count recordings.

The Video Devices PIX recorders and Sound Devices 970 all feature the company’s proprietary PowerSafe technology. PowerSafe circuitry has a built-in 10-second power reserve. In the event of power loss, the unit continues to operate for up to 10 seconds, then stops any file operation and shuts down. This ensures that a complete power loss has no effect on the recording.

Sound Devices, LLC designs and manufactures portable audio mixers, digital audio recorders and related equipment for feature film, episodic television, documentary, news-gathering, live event and acoustical test and measurement applications. Video Devices, a brand of Sound Devices, produces digital video recorders and related products that address a range of multiple-source video productions, including fast-paced, mission-critical studio applications, live sports, live events and mobile production.

Founded in 1998, the company designs and manufactures both brands from their Reedsburg, Wisconsin headquarters with additional offices in Madison, WI. For more information, visit the Sound Devices and Video Devices websites, www.sounddevices.com; www.videodevices.com.

Matrox Mojito 4K to Support Next Release of Adobe Creative Cloud

Tight integration with upcoming updates to Adobe professional video tools ensures true realtime editing and monitoring at resolutions up to 4Kp60

Matrox® Video today announced support for the upcoming release of Adobe® professional video editing tools in Adobe Creative Cloud®, including Adobe Premiere® Pro CC, Adobe After Effects® CC, SpeedGrade® CC, Prelude® CC, and Photoshop® CC with the Matrox Mojito™ 4K monitoring card.

Matrox Mojito 4K video card for Adobe Creative Cloud

Matrox Mojito 4K is a quad 3G-SDI, 4K video card for use with Adobe Creative Cloud professional video editing tools on Windows® platforms. It provides realtime monitoring and output of video footage at resolutions up to 4096×2160 and at frame rates up to 60 fps (4K@60fps). A 10-bit H.264 intra-frame rendering codec enables full raster video previews, making Mojito 4K ideal for 2K, QFHD and 4K workflows. Users can now edit, monitor, render and export native digital files in full 4K.

“We want to make it easy for our customers to take advantage of all the creative possibilities within the powerful Adobe video tools in Creative Cloud,” said Simon Williams, director of strategic relations at Adobe. “Matrox continues to provide robust solutions that streamline creative workflows, enabling creative pros to focus on what they do best.”

“Matrox Mojito 4K gives post-production professionals a fluid editing experience with Adobe Creative Cloud apps,” said Alberto Cieri, senior director of sales and marketing at Matrox. “Uninterrupted playback for 4K workflows lets them see every pixel of every frame in real time to craft breathtaking content.”

Matrox Mojito 4K will be featured on stand 7.B29 at IBC2014 (Amsterdam, Sept. 12-16).

Price and availability
Matrox products are available through a worldwide network of authorized dealers. Matrox Mojito 4K is priced at $1995 US (€1795, £1495) not including local taxes and delivery. Matrox drivers for the next update of Adobe Creative Cloud will be available to registered Matrox Mojito 4K users as a free download from the Matrox website after the updates are available via Adobe Creative Cloud.

About Creative Cloud
Creative Cloud is a radical rethinking of the entire creative process where members can explore, create, publish and share their work across devices, the desktop and the Web. With Creative Cloud, your creative apps are always evolving. At IBC, Adobe is previewing the next wave of innovation coming to the Creative Cloud video apps, including Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC. New advances include timesaving media and project management features, and a refined user interface with HiDPI support across all of the video desktop apps. With frequent feature releases, it’s easy for Creative Cloud members to stay up to speed on industry developments and new hardware and formats, including new support for the GoPro CineForm intermediate codec and more. Learn more about new features coming to Adobe Creative Cloud at www.adobe.com/go/video, or visit Adobe at IBC Hall 7, Stand 7.G27.

About Matrox Video
Matrox Video is a technology and market leader in the field of HD and SD digital video hardware and software for accelerated H.264 encoding, realtime editing, audio/video input/output, streaming, A/V signal conversion, capture/playout servers, channel-in-a-box systems and CGs. Matrox’s Emmy award-winning technology powers a full range of multi-screen content creation and delivery platforms used by broadcasters, telcos, cable operators, post-production facilities, videographers and A/V professionals worldwide. Founded in 1976, Matrox is a privately held company headquartered in Montreal, Canada. For more information, visit www.matrox.com/video.

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Full Compass Hosts NUAGE Demo, Nuendo Master Class

BUENA PARK, Calif.—A Yamaha NUAGE Demo and Nuendo Master Class will be held by Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems and hosted by Full Compass on Tuesday, September 23rd at 9770 Silicon Prairie Parkway, Madison, WI. The event is free of charge. Product tours will begin promptly at 6:00pm, 7:00pm and 8:00pm.

A joint collaboration between Yamaha and Steinberg, the NUAGE Advanced Production System is the brainchild of workflow efficient hardware and Nuendo 6 software operating together in perfect harmony. Offering unprecedented productivity and flexibility as well as premium audio quality in an innovative design, NUAGE is making waves across the world.

David Lees and Marcel Mauceri from Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. will be on hand to demonstrate the new Yamaha NUAGE production system along with Full Compass Systems staff and discuss the latest news, tips and tricks of Nuendo recording software.

For more information and to register, email rsvp@fullcompass.com.

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Autoscript to Launch E.P.I.C. 19 at IBC

New integrated teleprompter and talent monitor brings versatility to studio environment

Twickenham, UK (September 9, 2014) - Autoscript, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, has announced the launch of E.P.I.C. 19, a 19-inch Enhanced Prompting Information Centre. Based on the 17-inch E.P.I.C., the world's first fully integrated prompting and on-air system, the E.P.I.C. 19 has been developed for use in large studios that have a requirement for a smart system to display prompter text and transmission images to talent.

The E.P.I.C. 19 features dual SDI inputs as standard, one for the prompter monitor and the other for the talent monitor, and an integrated tally light. The 19-inch LED prompter monitor is backlit, while the super thin on-air monitor delivers crisp and clear images to talent.

By combining both monitors in the same system, the E.P.I.C. 19 is more lightweight, and the requirement for additional components is eliminated. There is no need for an additional mounting assembly for the talent monitor, and despite the size of the display, the E.P.I.C. 19 enables camera operators to make use of full camera tilt.

"The E.P.I.C. integrated solution brings added versatility and functionality to studio operations," says Robin Brown, product manager of Autoscript. "In addition, the system is energy efficient due to the high-bright LEDs, and the long life of the prompting screen ensures durability and long-term cost savings."

The E.P.I.C. 19 features inputs for both LTC and VITC and can therefore display time code and tally functions via Autoscript's ClockPlus-E and TallyPlus-E.

"We will also be releasing the TallyPlus-E at IBC. It displays the camera number and tally state, and clips into place on the front of both the 17- and 19-inch E.P.I.C. models. It requires no external power or cabling, taking all its data internally via the E.P.I.C., to further simplify the prompting system," concludes Brown.

Both the E.P.I.C. 19 and TallyPlus-E will be in action at IBC at the Autoscript stand 11.E55 in hall 11.

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Westlake Pro and A-Designs Host Mixing Master Class with Producer Tony Shepperd

WHAT: Mixing Master Class with Producer Tony Shepperd

WHEN: Thursday, September 11 at 7:00pm

WHERE: WestLake Pro, 4101 Lankershim Blvd, Universal City (L.A.) 91602

COST: FREE (space is limited – sign up today)
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WaterFire Concerts are Smooth as Satin Sound with RCF Line Array

Three times throughout the summer, the city of Sharon in Pennsylvania plays host to WaterFire, a world renowned multi-sensory art event. The day-long event offers concerts, food and an interactive arts experience highlighted by the riverfront waterfire exhibition in the evening where over fifty custom built floating braziers are anchored in the Shenango River; the baskets filled with wood and set ablaze at nightfall to produce a unique and compelling display. Fire and Water are opposing elements, and there’s something synergistic about these flames blazing atop the water in their specially engineered braziers.
“WaterFire has had a major impact on our community, and the event has quickly established itself as the premier art and music festival of our region,” says WaterFire Sharon Chairman Robert Wilson, drawing over 70,000 people to the region.
For the August 23 event, Hermitage, Pennsylvania-based Satin Sound (www.satinsoundsystems.com) was called on to provide the concert system. Their choice? A line array comprised of 16 RCF HDL20-A dual 10” two-way active line array modules coupled with Meyer 700-HP subwoofers.
“It is our mission to raise the bar on quality, for the smallest event to the largest production,” is the company’s philosophy has stated on their website.
For the concerts, Satin Sound owner John Durisko commented, “the HDL20-A’s covered extremely well with little to no EQ, covering uniformly to a distance of 175-feet,” as he offered up many compliments to the clarity of the rig. He goes on to mention one of the acts for the day with the Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra, and again, nothing but compliments.

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MuxLab Introduces 8×8 Cat5e/6 Line Level Audio Matrix Switch at CEDIA

MuxLab 8×8 Audio Switch is Newest Addition to Existing Vast Line of Digital A/V Products

CEDIA, SEPTEMBER 11 – 13, 2014, DENVER, COLORADO — MuxLab Inc. is set to release its new 8 x 8 Cat5e/6 Line Level Audio Matrix Switch at CEDIA. The Switch supports audio switching between multiple audio sources and distribution via CAT5e/6 cable.

The Audio Matrix Switch uses RJ45 connectors and works in conjunction with MuxLab’s stereo audio baluns (500019, 500027, 500028 and 500030) and digital audio balun (500020). The product provides port buffering, unity gain compensation and ground loop isolation.

The Switch including its volume can be managed via push-button, IR, RS232, Ethernet, Web Server, or 3rd party software making it versatile and easy to control in any environment.

“The new Audio Switch is ideal for various residential and commercial applications” said Marc Bohbot, MuxLab’s Director of R&D. “With its multiple management options the Switch is easy to control and can be used in many types of installations.”

The new Audio Switch joins the MuxLab Pro Digital family of products which also includes HDBaseT Extenders, HDMI 4K Splitters, Digital A/V & HDMI Based Multimedia Matrix Switches, HDMI over IP Solutions, and more.

As a member of the HDBaseT Alliance, many of MuxLab’s products offer HDBaseT switching and extension via one Cat5e/6 cable up to 230 ft @ 1080p. MuxLab also offers a full range of HDBaseT extenders with varying features. The line of receivers delivers a complete point to point or multipoint structured cabling solution.

MuxLab is confident in its wide-ranging product offering to its customers and strives to maintain its reputation in both high quality and affordability in the Digital and Pro A/V markets.

Stop by Booth #718 at CEDIA to see the MuxLab products live in action.

About MuxLab

MuxLab Inc. is a leading designer of value-added connectivity hardware allowing Digital AV and CCTV equipment to be connected via cost-effective UTP. For 30 years, the brand has been synonymous with quality, performance and reliability. www.muxlab.com.

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Microsoft Production Studios rolls out Audinate’s Dante™ Audio over IP Network

PORTLAND, OREGON, September 9, 2014 – As the largest full-service HD and 4K production facility in the Pacific Northwest, every day is unique for Microsoft Production Studios. With three sound stages, three audio rooms and numerous editing suites among its 65,000 square feet located on the Microsoft headquarters campus, the impressive facility is well-equipped to accommodate multiple in-house projects while providing rental space to outside productions. Thousands of productions and events are created in the studios each year.

As with any advanced video operation, audio is an integral part of the overall workflow at Microsoft Production Studios. In mid-2013, Microsoft Production Studios engineering team began to investigate how an audio over IP networking solution could transform the possibilities in their production operations. After consulting with Audinate’s team in Portland, Oregon, the MPS team recognized they could deliver multi-channel across their existing Cisco network switch fabric, while providing greater flexibility with the Dante networking solution.

“The transition to a Dante audio over IP environment just keeps generating steam, and I don’t see any end in sight,” said John L. Ball, systems engineer, Microsoft Production Studios. “It’s turned into a situation where it’s about who can think of the next cool idea on how Dante can transform and simplify our production while maintaining tight synchronization, and ultra-low latency to reduce the time and complexity for setting up the gear and sessions. We’re working toward a total networked environment for audio, communications and eventually video. Dante is core to making this easy by making every step a significant timesaver in setup, integration and network programming.”

Dante was initially installed to support in-store audio experience at Microsoft retail stores. Ball uses the software based Dante Virtual Soundcard to stream audio to a Symetrix Edge router, enabling playout of unique audio channels from PCs across multiple retail zones.

Microsoft Production Studios then upgraded its RTS ADAM intercom systems, which are integrated with Dante. This has vastly simplified the ease of use of the intercom communications across the greater Microsoft campus, ensuring production teams can reliably move audio between the studio and any remote location. Microsoft expanded the system with a multi-vendor interoperable Dante solution including RTS Intercom, Shure ULX-D microphones and Yamaha CL5 mixing consoles. The system was then extended by integrating Focusrite RedNet 6 MADI bridge units to an existing Grass Valley Miranda audio/video router.

The newest network expansions to incorporate Skype feeds and support multi-lingual feeds are perhaps even more impressive. Ball recently purchased Dante-enabled Studio Technologies Model 215 Announcer’s Consoles to control and distribute live programs in multiple languages simultaneously. His first project with the Model 215 units supported an Xbox Live broadcast from a gaming event in Germany, monitoring feeds over the Dante network and streaming the program in English, German, Italian, French and two Spanish dialects. “The cool thing about this application was using the actual video edit rooms as voiceover rooms,” said Ball. “We just connected the Studio Technologies gear and the Shure microphones right to the Dante network in each edit room. We used to have to run analog cables and connections all over the floor between multiple rooms to support this kind of event before. But now, using Dante for this configuration, it takes less than 30 minutes and a network connection to be off and running. We save at least a day and a half of work in setup time alone.”

The MPS team continues to discover new creative use cases to take advantage of Dante’s integration into PCs. With the Dante Virtual Soundcard, they broadcast on-air interviews via Microsoft’s product called SkypeTX: Microsoft Production Studio’s network two-way communications with Skype users, and translate those feeds into the broadcast and production world. By replacing analog audio I/O systems with Dante Virtual Soundcards, this has reduced infrastructure and complexity for both live and taped productions across broadcast and corporate applications.

“The original SkypeTX box required two cables in and out to bring it into the intercom environment, and then we had to transport it to audio control and convert it to digital just to get the broadcast signal out,” said Ball. “To enable talk-back, we’d have to convert it back to analog and basically reverse the entire workflow. With Dante, I can connect the audio and intercom in all IP digital, with no analog degradation. We simply capture the audio from SkypeTX, put that on the Dante network and feed our audio rooms for broadcast and production purposes. Dante is enabling a more modern means of communication with exceptional ease of use.”

Dante continues to be an integral part of Microsoft Production Studio’s future. Ball is now in the design phase of complete Dante network upgrades for all audio control rooms in the facility. Moving forward, Ball ultimately expects to upgrade their network infrastructure to a 10Gig pipe to enable the existing virtual LANs, or VLANs, to essentially to extend the Dante network and its production capabilities far beyond Microsoft’s Redmond campus.

About Audinate
Audinate revolutionizes AV systems to enable our customers to thrive in a networked world. Audinate’s Dante media networking technology has been adopted by the leading OEM manufacturers and has become the standard and dominant networking technology in the professional audio/visual industry. Dante is used extensively for live performance events, commercial installation, broadcast, recording and production, and communications systems. Audinate offices are located in US, United Kingdom and Australia. Visit www.audinate.com for the latest news and information on the company. Dante is Digital Media Networking Perfected.

Dante is a trademark of Audinate Pty Ltd, Audinate is a registered trademark of Audinate Pty Ltd. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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