NTP Technology will introduce the latest version of its Visual Matrix Control (VMC) routing software to the Asia Pacific market at Broadcast Asia 2016, which takes place at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 31 May – 3 June.
The company, a specialist in the development and production of audio conversion, routing and signal processing systems, will co-exhibit on stand 5A1-01 with colleagues from Danmon Group companies ATG Danmon UK and Marquis Broadcast.
VMC is a flexible and configurable Windows-based user interface for managing audio routing between studios, designed to offer a wide range of applications both in broadcast facilities and audio post-production houses. It allows efficient and versatile management of signal routing and monitoring in the NTP Blue | NET MADI and AoIP routing control system, according to the Danish firm.
The software can be used to achieve fast and easy GUI-based routing of audio signals in various formats from all connected interfaces, NTP says. All signal levels can be viewed as peak programme meters and individually monitored. Flexible scheduled routing automation can be managed as well as signal-dependant routing.
It is also a client/server based application enabling several instances to run in parallel. This multiple user functionality includes individual user rights management for access to the various control features.
NTP will demonstrate VMC in a system based on an NTP Penta 720 MADI router with a Blue | NET enabled 635 controller interconnecting an AX32 Eucon-enabled post-production system as well as Dante compliant audio-over-IP devices in a common router structure.