Autoscript is co-exhibiting for the first time with sister company,Vinten at IBC. Autoscript will show its GoPrompt 12 and GoPrompt 15 solutions along with Vinten's Vision iScript system. When combined, the system becomes a self-contained, completely wireless prompting system that features high-brightness screens designed to bring studio-standard readability to field operations. True studio prompting can be done in the field without the need for laptops or other unnecessary intrusions.
"The fact that so many of our products have already been acclaimed as innovations that work has further strengthened our hold on the global market," commented Brian Larter, managing director of Autoscript UK. "That, coupled with co-exhibitor status with Vinten only helps foster further innovation and galvanise our position in teleprompting."
Autoscript will also showcase its other prompting products, including its voice-activated prompting system VoicePlus, which has been developed in conjunction with subtitling and captioning company, Sysmedia. This has been designed as an add-on to Autoscript's WinPlus software, which is very popular in most rooms worldwide.
IBC-TV will also take advantage of true daylight readability by using Autoscript's High-Brightness 1500cd 8-inch TFT on-camera monitor. The 8-inch units are popular prompters for location shooting, hand-held Steadicam requirements and small jibs. Additional High-Brightness on-camera units are available and will be on shown in 12, 15 and 17-inch sizes.
Also featuring at IBC are W17 and W17 HD/SD monitors, which are designed to work with Autoscript's broadcast TFT-17 and TFT-20 on-camera prompters to provide seamless flexibility and functionality. The multi-format W17 auto-senses NTSC, PAL, SECAM, S-Video, DVI-D and VGA while the W17 HD/SD also auto-senses SDI and HD-SDI. With these monitors Autoscript has addressed all of the mounting, power, viewing angle and format issues conventionally associated with on-air talent monitors.
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