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Hi Tech Systems at NAB 2005 (16/2/2005)
Hi Tech Systems Ltd develops and manufactures remote controllers for VTRs and disk servers that are used by broadcasters and facilities companies around the world. These offer controls that exploit the full potential of the recording media for many applications including live action broadcasts such as news and sports, automation backup, transmission, monitoring and QC and post production.
Hi Tech Systems continues to develop its product range to ensure it provides efficient and effective control of all the latest servers, DDRs and VTRs. This is largely thanks to active partnering programmes with manufacturers to develop and support recorder/panel system operation.
New controller line-up
Hi Tech Systems is presenting new entry-level models of its actiV and HT800 series of server and VTR/DDR controllers. These retain major features of the established range, including sleek looks, control feedback and ease of operation - including VTR-like controls. They are complemented by an expanded line-up of options giving greater flexibility for customers to match individual requirements with their budgets.
The new actiV range of 5-channel server and VTR controllers comprises the base model HT445 actiV Filer, the HT445s actiV Sports - adding a T-bar for slow-motion, and the HT446 actiV Cart Box for a familiar style of live insert operation. These are complete and include control panels, popular control protocols, 5.5-inch graphic displays and single playlist capability. A wide choice of options includes more protocols - up to five can run simultaneously, actiV Loader for playlist translation and transfer, on-screen display, routing switch, scheduling over 10 playlists, video editing, GPIs, master-to-slave linking, scheduled recordings and more.
The new Director's Panel has partial or full access to all the functions of a main HT800 series panel. It's applications range from providing a director with basic playback control or, for racing, allowing the recall of cues and access to slow motion control to inspect any incidents and to confirm the finishing order of a tight result.
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