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DirectOut Extends Features Of PRODIGY.MC Modular Audio Converter

New features include an LTC reader and BLDSTM generator, which can be monitored and controlled using globcon with tools for a variety of applications.

DirectOut’s PRODIGY.MC modular audio converter with AoIP and comprehensive remote capabilities is now available with an already extended feature set.

While PRODIGY.MC can be managed natively via globcon, a unified remote-control platform, or via integrated web server, a fully implemented JSON-API allows easy integration for third-party remote-control software, with further protocols to be added in the future for increased system integration.

New features also include an LTC reader and BLDSTM Generator, which can be monitored and controlled using globcon with tools for a variety of applications. BLDS is available as (virtual) source in Matrix, and provides monitoring of connections with automatic fail-over switching. The internal LTC reader displays incoming linear timecode on its built-in 5-inch touchscreen or via the globcon control software.

Providing an option slot for auadio network formats including Dante, RAVENNA and SoundGrid, PRODIGY.MC allows flexible integration in network-based audio environments. For maximum performance and interoperability, the newly designed RAVENNA network audio module RAV.IO complies with ST 2110-30/31 and supports all ST 2022-7 classes. While its footprint fits onto a MiniPCI card, the hardware can accommodate stream delays of over 500 ms for use in WAN environments.

PRODIGY.MC is being demonstrated at the IBC Show at DirectOut (Stand 8.E85), as well as being showcased at ALC NetworX/RAVENNA (Stand 8.F57) and part of in Audinate’s demo wall (Stand 8.A25).


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