It’s part three of the IBC Show preview – take a look at what you might see at IBC…
Sonifex is showing a number of new products at IBC this year, which include the new range of AoIP products, including the new PC-AD2 PCle Half Height Sound Card (pictured right), the AVN-GMCS, a PTP GPS receiver and grandmaster clock used for synchronising AoIP audio networks and the AVN-TB Range of Talkback Intercoms using audio over IP.
Sound Devices will be showcasing its 688 mixer/recorder with MixAssist and Dugan automixing capabilities. Jon Tatooles, chief business development officer at Sound Devices, says: “Both the Dugan Speech System and our MixAssist algorithms have the same goal, turning off unused mics. The inclusion of Dugan automixing gives the sound mixer a choice, situation dependent, on which automixing tool best suits their application.”
With Tedial marking its 15th anniversary this year, it will be at IBC celebrating it’s award winning Version Factory – a media factory workflow that can be managed from a single operator screen. It is designed to interface to content management/rights management/traffic/work order systems for automated operations, and it stacks chosen media engines (transcoders, quality control and DRM, CDN).
Veset will reveal a new version of the cloud playout Veset Nimbus. It has been substantially redesigned to offer self-service SaaS based on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform. It provides 100 per cent cloud-based all-in functionality, covering full linear channel workflow from ingest to MAM to automation, playout and encoding. Apart from its entirely new and redesigned user experience,
New Dante- and Ravenna-capable modules bring audio-over-IP monitoring functionality to Wohler’s AMP2-16V platform. The AMP2-16V is a 16-channel, 2-RU A/V workstation with a complete suite of tools for analysing and managing audio quality, level and loudness and metadata.
Yamaha Commercial Audio products on show include mixing consoles ranging from the flagship RIVAGE PM10 through to the compact TF series. The broadcast functionality of Yamaha’s CL and QL series mixers are being demonstrated, as well as the Nuage post-production system and AES67 support from Yamaha’s Dante devices.
Registration is still open for the event.