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New software for TM3 TouchMonitors Atomos Samurai Blade At IBC Atomos showed the new AtomOS Version 5.03 on Samurai Blade which includes new features to the audio level meters. All 14 audio channels now have large meters on the audio page and peak and average levels with digital clipping indicator, and VU ballistics is available. The new audio metre is accurate from -30 to 0 dB (dBFS) and shown with -18dB and -20dB alignment levels marked and 2 or 14 channels are viewable on the monitor page. There is also a frame accurate audio delay option which adjusts to any digital or analog Audio delays. Like its Ninja-2 and Samurai predecessors, Samurai Blade allows the recording of pristine, 10-bit images straight from the camera sensor directly to inexpensive HDD or SSD drives, captured using the Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHD codec. It also includes tri-level focus peaking, zebra, false color and blue- only monitoring. The Samurai Blade includes a stunning 1280x720 IPS touchscreen with gamma, brightness and contrast control, and full waveform monitor functionality including vectorscope and RGB/luma parade. 16 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 82 OCTOBER 2013 R TW, a leading vendor of visual audio meters and monitoring devices for professional broadcast, production, post production and quality control, displayed its latest innovative software options for its TM3 and TM3-3G TouchMonitors at IBC. The new TM3-SWMC software license, now shipping, incorporates a Moving Coil Emulation display, while the recent TM3 firmware update 2.50 includes the new Time Test Control option. RTW provided a demo a TM3 and TM3-3G equipped with both of these options at the show. Setting the bar for affordable shared storage E ditShare® the technology leader in shared media storage and end-to-end tapeless workflow solutions, unveiled at IBC2013 the newest addition to its family of shared storage solutions, EditShare Ultra. Setting the bar for affordable shared storage, EditShare’s new Ultra offers a budget-friendly shared storage system with advanced project and media sharing for Avid®, Adobe Premiere Pro®, Apple Final Cut Pro® and Lightworks editors. Messenger delivers at IBC T rilogy Communications, a world class provider of high quality intercom systems and SPGs for studios, mobile production, playout and post introduced its new Messenger intercom system to the European market at IBC2013. Messenger is a powerful, matrix-based intercom that bridges the gap between the restrictions of two-wire party line systems and the cost and complexity full-blown professional broadcast systems. The entry-level Messenger system is simple but expandable and includes as standard features that are typically only found in more expensive systems. Trilogys Director of Business Development, Mark Ellis, said, “Messenger is easy to install, simple to use, cost effective and equally at home in small scale installations or highly demanding multi-studio applications. It is ideal for those who want a professional intercom system on a realistic budget”. See Trilogy on our live show at IBC