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Preservation and collaboration of media high on the IBC agenda

The new N7000C audio interface, NOARecord pico and FrameLector pico have all been released.

Making its debut at IBC 2015, the N7000C features technologies such as Bitproof Support and Dante interfacing.

NOARecord pico delivers high-quality audio digitisation at what NOA said was a ‘breakthrough’ price point. In combination with NOA’s new N7000C hardware platform, NOARecord pico makes it possible for a broad range of users to quickly set up a professional quality digitisation facility without requiring the sophisticated workflow management system and extensive IT infrastructures appropriate for large-scale archive collections.

Also new at IBC2015 is a product for standalone SD video ingest, the FrameLector pico. Combining NOA’s FrameLector SD-Video ingest system with the streamlined, free-of-charge workflow system pico, the software combines convenience and simplicity, said NOA.