Automated Control Management System (Studio CCS 2.0)

Studio CCS 2.0 is a system that connects key studio equipment via Ethernet and triggers their operation based on program production requirements. It consists of two parts: the studio automation control management system and the studio automation content management system. The studio automation control management system provides precise control down to the frame level for coordinating the operation of robotic camera systems, vision mixers, audio-video matrices, audio mixers, lighting consoles, video servers, CG graphics, VR/AR graphics, VideoWall graphics. The studio automation content management system comprises NRCS, rundowns, and web prompter systems.

Studio CCS 2.0 is a system that connects key studio equipment via Ethernet and triggers their operation based on program production requirements. It consists of two parts: the studio automation control management system and the studio automation content management system. The studio automation control management system provides precise control down to the frame level for coordinating the operation of robotic camera systems, vision mixers, audio-video matrices, audio mixers, lighting consoles, video servers, CG graphics, VR/AR graphics, VideoWall graphics. The studio automation content management system comprises NRCS, rundowns, and web prompter systems.

1. The foundational module includes software and hardware environment platforms, management databases, interface servers, graphics automated playback control, and log management systems. It establishes real-time connections with monitored equipment via the network, synchronizing equipment status information. In case of equipment anomalies, real-time alerts are provided through the UI.

2. The vision mixer is a primary equipment for signal synthesis, controlled via network protocols. It requires vision mixers to support open external control protocols, enabling control of crosspoints, keys, auxiliary channels, etc., based on different manufacturers' protocols. The primary ME handles signal switching and upper keying, while other MEs dispatch windowing signals to graphics devices.

3. The digital audio mixer is controlled via network protocols or MIDI, supporting functions like volume adjustment for each audio channel.

4. The video server is controlled via network protocols, with different manufacturers using different control protocols. Non-linear editing completes video editing and review processes, transferring video files to the video server after MD5 verification. The program ID is passed to the playlists to generate the video server playlist. The control system sequentially triggers the rundowns to activate the video server.

5. The CG graphics system from open protocol brands is triggered via network control, automatically loading content and CG graphics templates, and scheduling broadcasts on time, facilitating studio automation production.

6. The VR/AR graphics system from open protocol brands is triggered via network control, automatically loading content and VR/AR graphics templates, and scheduling broadcasts on time, facilitating studio automation production.

7. The VideoWall graphics system from open protocol brands is triggered via network control, automatically loading content and VideoWall graphics templates, and scheduling broadcasts on time, facilitating studio automation production.

8. The signal routing matrix is controlled via network protocols or serial port 422, requiring an open control protocol. It is mainly used for preparing input signal sources for the vision mixer and dispatching windowing signals for graphics.

9. The robotic camera system control is via network protocols, controlling robotic pan-tilt head or cameras mounted on crane, managing movements in X, Y, Z axes, pan-tilt motions, servo lens zoom, focus, aperture, storing robot camera preset positions, linear motion between points, and curved motion between multiple points.

10. The digital lighting system is controlled via network or MIDI, using standard MIDI SHOW CONTROL protocol to trigger macro commands, group commands, and single lamp commands.

11. The audio server automation control system is triggered via network control for audio file playback, facilitating studio automation production.

12. The remote audio control software panel automatically maps the height of sliders for audio channels in use during program production to the desktop control panel, enabling real-time audio adjustments. It comes with one network software control panel.

13. The studio automation clock display system provides directors, editors, and hosts with program count-up, program countdown, camera cut-in time, video clip playback countdown, and other clock information to facilitate studio program recording.

 

Studio CCS 2.0 software modules:

1. Control system foundational module

2. Vision mixer automation control system

3. Audio console automation control system

4. Video server automation control system

5. CG graphics automation playback control system

6. VR/AR graphics automation playback control system

7. VideoWall graphics automation playback control system

8. Video matrix automation control system

9. Robotic camera automation control system

10. Lighting automation control system

11. Audio server automation control system

12. Remote audio control software panel

13. Studio automation clock display system

14. Equipment network monitoring and warning system

 

Workstation Configuration:

1x 64-bit processor, 12 cores, 24 threads, 4.7-5.6GHz

32GB DDR5 RAM (2x16GB)

512GB + 1TB m.2 SSD

800W hot-swappable power supply

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