Braehler gives software a face-lift
CDSVAN, Braehler’s digital conference system, has received an update to its software package.
The CDS console element has received the most upgrades and functionality extensions. These include greater flexibility in the design of microphone key functions and placement within the software, the ability to display images of the talker both on the console screen or on auxiliary displays in the auditorium.
A new recording module has also been added for use by interpreters, making it possible to mark sections of the audio recording for later attention if they need to be recalled. The recorded format can either be as .wav or .mp3 files.
These improvements and others will be demonstrated on the company’s booth at ISE 2011 #3D120