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Paralympics reach audiences online A JA Video Systems worked once again with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to deliver a range of solutions to help bring international audiences comprehensive coverage of the 2012 Paralympic games online. 12 AJA Ki Pro Racks with assorted KiStor Drive module sizes, several Mini-Converters, Two Io HDs, a KONA card, two KUMOs and a KUMO CP were leveraged by IPC to record, edit and broadcast multiple feeds from the Olympic Broadcast Service (OBS) on six Paralympic. org channels and six video streams on ParalympicSportTV. Opening Ceremonies kicked off on August 29 and the games will come to a close on September 9. Sponsoring the loudness debate T wo of the world’s leading authorities on audio loudness, RTW and Jünger Audio, came together recently to sponsor the loudness conference hosted by the UK Screen Association in London. The event informed UK Screen Association members, Heads of Audio, Chief Engineers, Dubbing Mixers and audio professionals of the Digital Production Partnership’s (DPP) objectives in the implementation of loudness specification EBU R128. There was a debate about the technical and creative implications of the ruling and the DPP took the opportunity to determine the M delegates’ readiness to embrace the latest EBU standard in a bid to establish an implementation date. RTW had its TM9 and TM3 touch screen audio meters on hand for delegates to see how combining traditional moving coil PPMs with the new R128 metering, eases the transition to the new standard. Both devices deliver loudness measurement, LRA loudness range and True Peak as specified by EBU R128. TM9 is an expandable system that offers a comprehensive choice of I/O and a selection of metering tools including the increasingly popular Surround Sound Analyser Innovations in prompting control Autoscript launched two new accessories for its industry- leading prompters that use the latest technological innovations in their design and manufacture.  Autoscript will release a new and improved version of its wireless handheld scroll controller, known as the RAT (Receive and Transmit). The popular HC/1 five button deskpad control panel has also undergone a redesign, employing a Hall effect sensor to give even greater longevity and absolute prompt control.   22 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE C for 5.1, 6.1 and DD+ 7.1. The more compact TM3 is available with 2 or 6 channels for stereo and 5.1 use. The latest version TM3 includes a 3G-SDI interface for 16 audio channels with optional de-embedder, monitoring control with on-screen fader and timecode reader. Jünger Audio demonstrated the T*AP digital audio processor that provides unattended EBU R128 compliant loudness management and, with the addition of Jünger’s Loudness Logger, real time and offline loudness analysis. Visitors to IBC also saw Autoscript demonstrate the E.P.I.C. all-in-one prompter display and on-air talent monitor for the first time in Europe, as well as key enhancements to its WinPlus software, and introduce more voice modules for its Voice Plus voice activation software, with support now available for Norwegian and Italian. Also on display will be the Magno Wireless Foot Control that allows presenters to control the speed of the script anywhere within the studio location without the need to run cabling, and the Smart Combiner Wireless Receiver that allows up to four separate wireless controllers to be used in a single studio. Y CM MY CY CMY K