BVE 2014: Miranda to pinpoint production, playout, monitoring solutions
At BVE next month, Miranda representatives will discuss the company’s flagship integrated playout platform, iTX, which is claimed to offer unrivalled channel deployment speed, scalability and format flexibility by streamlining ingest, content management, transmission control, interfacing to traffic, archiving and monitoring.
New enhancements such as version 1.1 of iTX Render Service for Adobe After Effects CS6 software automates and manages fully rendered After Effects graphics, making them immediately ready for playout from the iTX platform.
Kaleido-MX and its modular version, Kaleido-Modular-X, combine class-leading multiviewer performance with weight, space and power efficiency. Miranda representatives will discuss how the latest introductions to its multiviewer line offer no-compromise video scaling quality that delivers “any source, anywhere” processing with the flexibility to place any signal on any display at any size without blocking or bandwidth limitations. Kaleido-MX is specially designed to be easy to select, configure and install, whether in large studios or OB trucks.
Fibre connectivity solutions from Miranda’s Telecast product line and a range of cables from parent company Belden will also figure prominently at BVE, including the advantages of the new, ultra-compact Telecast Rattler 4 fibre optic serial digital video transmission module and Terrapin fibre optic digital video transmitter, receiver, and digital video distribution amplifier.
Telecast’s CopperHead 3404K two-fibre strand camera-mountable fibre optic camera transceiver system will also feature. The system can simultaneously transport all bi-directional signals, including four 3Gb/s HD/SDI paths, for 4K productions.