News Production & Post

Lawo to premiere router at NAB Show

26 March 2013
Lawo to premiere router at NAB Show

In Central Hall this year, Lawo is debuting its Nova73 compact router. Standing 7U high, it offers the ability to function either as a stand-alone device or as a core for the mc² series. Lawo’s V_pro8 video processor (pictured) was developed for the live editing of video streams and routing. The 1U device offers frame synchronisation, format conversion, colour correction, and audio de-/embedding and metering. All signals can be combined freely thanks to an 8×8 video- and a 384×384 audio-router. Lawo’s broadcast applications EDIT and JADE in its latest version will also be on display. EDIT combines audio editing with an integrated text editor and the auditioning of clips to produce a streamlined, swift, editing environment. JADE is an audio control centre for the PC supporting the simultaneous and unlimited use of all audio interfaces: It understands the full range of production-relevant audio applications, enabling users to switch between audio signals with a simple key-press. Full access to all local audio signals is implemented through native integration of RAVENNA’s IP network technology. As well as these new and updated offerings, Lawo will be exhibiting its product portfolio comprising comprehensive solutions for the professional broadcast sector. These include the mc² series mixing consoles – with the new, compact mc²56 and mc²66 to the fore – as well as sapphire and crystal, Lawo’s contributions to the field of radio on-air/broadcasting. C1311

Similar stories