At the NAB Show, Hungarian broadcast software developer 42NET Media will be showcasing its latest gear for radio broadcasters.
Among offerings is the 42NET Player i core module for the 42NET automation system. Featuring individual customizable setup, the system lets users (small stations or large networks) broadcast content and manage studio workflow across the network, explains the firm.
Other products on show at 42NET’s booth will be the X-Link PRO audio IP codec, which is designed to establish minimum-latency connections, integrates with all 42NET products and, the company adds, “has no hidden setup or continuous operation costs.”
In addition, the company has recently released the free module, StationCheck. The system, which helps users create archive material, allows for the recording from one or more sources and the transfer of content into any distinct folder, using selected settings for each channel. Users thus can benefit from unlimited archive database creation, says the company.
During the NAB Show, the firm will also display the 42NET Streamer with an integrated statistic window and individual VST plug-in insertion for each channel.
NAB Show Booth: C8948