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|Touring Video Selects Harris Corporation's X75 for Live Mobile Unit Coverage of House of Blues Concert|
CINCINNATI, — Harris Corporation, an international communications and information technology company, today announced that its X75™ multiple-path converter/synchronizer with video-to-audio timing option played a key role in California-based Touring Video Inc.'s TV-3 HD mobile unit coverage of the My Chemical Romance Halloween concert at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. Touring Video recorded and transmitted the live concert feed to AOL via the Vyvx® fiber video transport solution, and the feed was then streamed to AOL customers worldwide.
"The X75™ video-to-audio timing tool was essential to provide an absolute confirmation of audio to video lip sync timing prior to live transmission," said Bill Keskinen, vice president, Touring Video. "This was especially helpful due to the project using a separate analog audio recording truck in conjunction with our HD digital video truck. We've used a wide range of Harris products in our trucks over the years, so we were very comfortable putting our trust in Harris for this live event. Now, with this new timing feature option, we will be using the X75™ in the transmission path for all our future live webcasts."
"Timing video and audio signals can be difficult in today's demanding broadcast environment, as devices do not always provide the correct video-to-audio delays to maintain lip sync," said Tim Thorsteinson, president of the Harris Broadcast Communications Division. "The X75 system's video-to-audio timing tool option provides a simple and effective means of verifying video-to-audio timing."
Harris Corporation's award-winning X75 multiple-path converter/synchronizer combines SD to HD upgradeability with up/down/cross conversion, SD/HD frame sync and extensive video and audio processing capabilities in a space-saving, 1RU package. The X75 video-to-audio timing tool was designed to automatically provide the correct audio delay when adding video processing tasks so that zero timed outputs are possible. All X75™ systems that have the video-to-audio option installed allow the user to record and play back the test signal on a tape or hard drive transport and then measure relative video-to-audio timing from any X75™ device that is "listening."
Viernes, 08 Diciembre, 2006 - 09:23