NOA Product Advances at IBC 2010
NOA will showcase significant advances in all three of its product lines: IngestLine™ for transcribing audio content from analog to digital format;
Job Database™ for automating metadata transcription for newly digitized content;
and mediARC, the world's most functional and effective audio archive management system.
NOA Record, Four-Channel Upgrade
Until now, the NOA Record system has performed digitization of any combination of analog sources (tape, vinyl, DAT, cassette, records, 78s, and cylinders) in multiples of three parallel ingest streams. At IBC2010, NOA will introduce a four-parallel stream version, which additionally reduces the time it takes to digitize large databases. With this upgrade, NOA Record integrates seamlessly with both mediARC™ and JobDatabase™ workflow systems to form a unified solution for digitization and archive management.
NOA Job Database™ V2.9
NOA Job Database™ V2.9 enhances throughput speed and overall search performance for the handling of large databases. Job Database 2.9 also simplifies batch operation with the addition of a new, more user-friendly GUI, and interfaces with the NOA MediaButler™ transcoding platform.
NOA mediARC™ 1.5
NOA mediARC™ 1.5 adds numerous upgrades to the world's most functional and effective audio archive management system, including expedited cataloging, a more user-friendly interface, upgraded responsiveness, and even better security. Specific upgrades include enhancement to the Linking Clipboard feature to support faster and easier batch cataloging; enhanced workflow management by means of a new import/export tool; customized logging procedures that include orders per item and orders according to chronology; and additions to the built-in report generator, including flexible report templates.
As the leading global provider of turnkey solutions for digitizing, managing, and archiving audio and other media content, NOA Audio Solutions is committed to ongoing development of technologies that ensure our cultural heritage is preserved and accessible. NOA's success as a technology developer is demonstrated by installations in some 20 high-profile enterprises worldwide, including Sveriges Radio Förvaltnings (SRF), Yleisradio Finland (YLE), and Radiotelevizija Slovenija (RTV). At the same time, NOA's flexible solutions are scalable to suit collections of all sizes. Founded by sound engineers with a passion for high-quality audio reproduction, NOA is headquartered in Vienna. For detailed information please visit the NOA website atNOA