The PRISM feature-set continues to grow and, as live production becomes ever more demanding, it continues to accommodate those needs. Among the most recent new, production-oriented features is what we call “multi-input mode”.
. We propose monitoring your most crucial media feeds, by exception, with sophisticated software, can be a tremendous enhancement to your team’s productivity. Instead of continually looking for audio, video, and ancillary data problems, engineers need not worry about them unless they have been notified that one exists. They can perform their daily tasks while a software tool monitors the facility for them.
Monitoring by exception and a seamless transition to IP diagnostics tools can significantly improve your ability to do it. When it comes to this type of monitoring, Telestream has a distinct advantage with Inspect 2110.
In this post we’ll explore the surround sound diagnostic capability in PRISM with a review of the tools in the audio app and emphasis on the indicators that run around the periphery of the surround sound display in PRISM: specifically the phase and phantom source bars.
In this third in our series of posts on IP diagnostics, we’ll discuss analyzing stream timing with a waveform monitor like the Telestream PRISM. As before, the details are covered in our technical guide. This is but a taste of why a Waveform Monitor is a valuable addition to your tool kit and some of the features that PRISM offers.
Surround sound is continually developing and the more channels you must incorporate the more difficult it becomes. To make this management and diagnostic process easier the PRISM Waveform Monitor Platform can optionally include a visual Surround Sound display where you can monitor the overall shape of your surround sound image.