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Multiplay - The ideal solution for ABCD playlist style playout and news room intergration.

MultiPlay is designed for ABCD play list style play out that requires on-air changes for News type operations. Alternatively it can be configured for unattended ABCD playlist style play out with integration to switchers and routers. From one to four channels of play out. Customisable play out modes play next, hold, hold & play, and skip. Import of playlists schedules from Excel, XML and scheduling systems. As run log output as txt or XML. Organising your clip media using search tools, user bins, playlists as a list or tree view.

Optional MOS News integration

uploads - news.png Running orders created in the NRCS automatically appear in Avita as a series of rundown lists which can be manipulated and taken to air using the Avita GUI and/or the control panel. This information is dynamically updated to reflect changes made in the NRCS running order. Offering a combination of manual ‘shot box’ style; manual assist with ‘hold’, ‘take’ and ‘next’ functionality or fully automated play out. A GPI interface is also available for control from a vision mixer or switcher. Additional functionality offers the ability to add ‘AD HOC’ video clips to a rundown, automate video playback channel assignments in the NRCS and send video clip status feedback to the NRCS rundown such as READY, NOT READY, PLAY, END and STOP.

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MultiPlay Highlights

Avita Standard Features

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  • Massive range of standard features, including:
  • Clear display of clip status, duration, countdown and audio countdown.
  • Settings and clip databases dynamically stored in non – volatile memory.
  • Import and export playlists.
  • As run logs.
  • Extensive clip database search facilities.
  • Drag and drop clips into playlists or user bins.
  • Local or remote SQL database for redundancy or file sharing between Avita’s.
  • Play clip as soon as recording started (server dependent).
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  • Versatile – Integrated control modules for standard server, disk, VTR and specific API over network or serial interface.
  • File Format independent.
  • Access up to the maximum number of channels licenced from a pool of all available channels.
  • User rights for system settings and clip management.
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  • Multi Channel or Multi operator – control several server channels per Avita of any available server device on the network, can be extended to over 20 channels from any one Avita engine.
  • Server channels can be on different servers from different manufacturers.
  • Group and lock channels for ingest or play.
  • “Channel in use’ warning on other operator panels.
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  • Agile – Quick to learn and use.
  • Extensive help screens built into GUI​.
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  • Video player – Preview server clips without using a server channel.
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  • GUI designed for touch screen.
  • Clips can be manually or automatically cued and played from a play list.
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  • Fully configurable interface – User configurable GUI layout and multi screen capability.
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  • Intuitive GUI Tabbing panels utilises space using on screen transport controls, text and numeric keypads.
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  • Large choice of hardware control panel options.
  • Range of optional hardware control panels: Configurable by the operator in Avita settings​.
  • Optional GPI/Os​
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  • Audio track swapping.
  • File flattening – combine clips into one clip.
  • File splitting – break up very long clips into smaller files.
  • Support for upto 10 folders.
  • Play list can be in Avita or in the server.
  • Metadata generation

Options and applications

User guides and manuals can be downloaded from our support website

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