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- Wed Dec 16, 2009 10:12 pm
- Forum: Pics/Video/Audio
- Topic: We have an app for that...
- Replies: 23
- Views: 2287
If you have a network connection at the site, it's easy - assign the transmitter an IP address on your network, protect with firewall/VPN as needed, and use the web browser on your B'berry or iPhone. I was under the impression that the AUI remote required Flash 9 and that the iPhone and BB browsers...
I'm probably going to install it... But I'm going to wait a bit...Probably after Service Pack 1 is released...which knowing Microsoft, that will happen tomorrow :) Think of Windows Seven as the ultimate service pack for Vista. The old adage of waiting for Service Pack 1 was mostly true for older op...
Believe me, there is still too much latency in that feed's output! (we tried...)BroadcastDoc wrote:I have an old 8200 that I use for "fake air". Also, if you have the 8500 on-site, you can route the analog output as a low-latency feed and use that.
We do exactly that at our 2 stations .. there is a pair of old Orban 8100's sitting in the racks to provide a processed, latency free headphone feed to the studios. This feed is switched to the headphone output whenever the mic channel is on. This is due to the latency added by the 8500's digial pro...
Is this possibly the Australian cousin to the RCA BTA-1M .. ? This is a photo of an AWA BTM-2M transmitter. http://users.on.net/~dkilpatrick/images/misc/4SB_026.jpg http://users.on.net/~dkilpatrick/images/misc/4SB_027.jpg Sitting next to it is an older (and no longer in service) AWA BTM-2 http://use...
- Sun Aug 02, 2009 7:40 pm
- Forum: TV Engineering
- Topic: Define BROADCAST QUALITY
- Replies: 17
- Views: 1982
What about VHS dubbed onto 3/4" .. don't tell me someone hasn't tried that before and tried to argue it was broadcast quality!K9EZ wrote:We are having a spirited discussion as to what is the definition of BROADCAST QUALITY. In the pas we could say that --- 3/4" is broadcast quality but VHS isnt. etc.