NOA will be showing off its archive asset management products at IBC2016 in Amsterdam.
In addition to Item History, an enhancement to the mediARC archiving solution, which the company says enables media archivists to more easily ensure and verify the accuracy of their database, visitors will see NOA’s latest addition to their audio hardware line. This includes the N7000c frontend ingest product for audio transfers, which now features a new Dante interface and has NOA’s BitProof Support integrated into it.
Another highlight will be the audio digitization software, NOARecord Pico. To be used with the N7000c hardware platform, NOARecord Pico completes the package for users seeking to quickly set up a professional quality digitization workshop without any IT infrastructure upgrades or required workflow management systems.
Both the NOARecord Pico and N7000c come with NOA’s PicoService workflow system, free of charge.
IBC stand: 8.D91