Miranda To Highlight Production, Playout, and Monitoring at BVE 2013

Miranda Technologies, a Belden Brand, a global provider of integrated solutions for production, playout, and delivery systems for television broadcasters and multi-system operators, will be presenting details on its latest developments, including the recent acquisition of Softel, on Stand E20 at BVE 2013, taking place at ExCeL London, February 26-28.

Miranda’s IT-based automated playout platform, iTX, will be the focal point of Miranda’s agenda. As the world’s most advanced integrated playout platform, iTX offers unrivalled channel deployment speed, scalability and format flexibility by streamlining ingest, content management, transmission control, interfacing to traffic, archiving, and monitoring.

A key development for iTX is the recently introduced iTX Render Service for Adobe After EffectsCS6. The iTX Render Service takes graphics projects created entirely in After Effects CS6 and delivers them, fully finished and ready for playout, to the iTX platform. The service marks an industry step-change in the ability to automate, manage and render finished graphics and text effects in any real-time playout environment.

For live production applications, Miranda will discuss its unprecedented range of solutions designed to minimize complexity and increase scalability. Whether a production facility is fixed or mobile, Miranda’s hybrid routing, advanced audio processing, loudness control, signal management – plus state-of-the-art fiber connectivity and control through its Telecast products – simplify complex workflows in order to meet the accelerating demand for live productions of any kind.

Miranda will also offer details of its proven network management and monitoring solutions for pay-TV operators. Miranda’s monitoring systems offer the detailed network intelligence necessary to deliver the quality of service that viewers expect. The company’s wide-range of capabilities suit individual facilities and are scalable to easily address the largest requirements up to hundreds of channels.

For example, Miranda’s iControl, EdgeVision and Kaleido-IP monitoring systems enable control room operators to quickly identify, diagnose and resolve any facility problems, which reduces repair costs and, ultimately, guarantees a higher quality of experience for viewers.

Representatives with details of all Miranda products, services, initiatives, as well as the recent acquisition of Softel, will be readily available for in-depth discussions on Stand E20 at BVE 2013.