08.22.2007 12:00 AM
Dalet to Unveil Upgrades Using its Version 2.0 Media Asset Management Engine
Dalet Digital Media will launch product line upgrades based on version 2.0 of the Dalet Media Asset Management engine.

Dalet NewsWire 2.0 is a third-generation scripting and newsroom system that features advanced planning, dual column editing, and support for Unicode, MOS 2.8, and automated XML publishing gateways.

Dalet NewsPro 2.0 is a tapeless ingest and production/playout system for MOS-compliant newsrooms. This new release provides multi-resolution proxy management, enhanced CODEC support (including IMX) and timeline-based ingest management.

Dalet OnAir 2.0 provides flexible gallery automation for news and live shows as well as for single-channel operations. This new version supports more external devices and introduces a unique video cart wall playout interface.

Dalet Media Library 2.0 offers turnkey asset management and archiving for sports, news and programs. This new release provides improves file-based ingest and content distribution as well as support for HD formats. Dalet Xtend provides edit suite integration for Apple Final Cut Pro into the Media Asset Management engine.

Dalet will be at Stand 9.420.


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