OMT Technologies iMediaTouch 4.3


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OMT Technologies iMediaTouch 4.3

Broadcast automation
Key features of this new version include: MusicMaster, Nexus server interface providing real-time interaction with MusicMaster music scheduling; integration of a live read affidavit in the as-run (OUT) log for Arctic Palm Live Copy; several fault tolerance improvements to Automatic Failover including a log priority scan for immediate backup of today's content, enhanced store forward transfer speed improvement of 200 percent and users can now perform a manual failover from primary network to secondary local storage; implementation of an EAS closure feed feature. Enhanced rejoin liner feature where satellite programming is scheduled; new Auto Liner EOM Adjust feature to allow for unrestricted EOM's (non overlap); and enhancements to the Remote Voice Tracking Portal software.
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