Easy Media Suite is an easy-to-use modular product that works with simple applications as well as complex applications. EMS Broadcast Automation is a simple-to-use modular solution, playout, Live-CG, Ingest, Media Asset Management, MULTIVIEWER IP and automation from the same provider. One of the industry pioneers who developed broadcast solutions specifically designed for different customer applications, from the local TV channel to a large, fully automatic media center. EMS is the first company to provide a 4K playout system in a live studio with a professional team of experienced staff, pre-sales, sales, engineers, solution architects, broadcast developers and demo artists. Playout is one of the basic infrastructures of a play-out center. Mostly called as a channel in a boxing server, but essentially consisted of playout servers with built-in graphics and IP or ASI outputs. The primary goal of reading centres is to serve customers a simple file-based television system. Up-Link and the TV channel in a boxing server simply offer the possibility. Most broadcast automation systems will have a number of common device drivers, z.B.
Sony VTR Control (also Sony Serial), Louth Video Disk Control Protocol (VDCP, a proprietary communication protocol), General Purpose Interface (GPI), Grass Valley Group M21 Master Control. This ensures that a broadcast automation system purchased on a shelf is at least able to record and read content, even if it may not be able to use more effective control methods. Most on-screen server and representation (CG) manufacturers have a specific device driver for their device with increasing complexity, and many automation companies will support these drivers to improve their product or meet customer needs. Audio Server – An audio playback system would provide programmed voiceovers In the broadcast, Playout is broadcasting radio or television channels generated by a channel in terrestrial networks that provide content to the public. These networks may consist of terrestrial transmitters of analogue or digital radios and televisions, cable networks or satellites (for direct reception, DTH or cable television media). The playback plan is established in the client`s broadcast programming system and exported in a format suitable for use in the playout system.