Snell To Show Enhanced Routing Swither At IBC
For IBC 2013, Snell will be showing its Sirius 800 enterprise-class routing switchers with a host of new capabilities, including guaranteed co-timing of multi-channel audio on all channels, single reference switching for all formats, numerous control-related updates, and a technology demonstration of a new audio and video fingerprinting solution.
The Sirius 800 system will also feature frame synchronization on the units’ Advanced Hybrid Processing input and output cards, an option that enables synchronization, clean switching, and independent routing and processing of audio and video signals with no restrictions on signal formats, timing, or number of audio channels.
“The Sirius 800 router with AHP is known for its uniquely robust combination of flexibility and functionality, which together give users complete freedom in configuring signals in and out of the routing switcher,” said Alan Smith, product manager at Snell.
“At IBC 2013 we look forward to demonstrating a variety of new features, capabilities, and configuration options that together yield an even more versatile routing and processing solution.”
IBC 2013 gets underway in Amsterdam on Sept. 12.