master control


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master control

[′mas·tər kən¦trōl]
(communications)
The control console that contains the main program controls for a radio or television transmitter or network.
(computer science)
A computer program, oriented toward applications, which carries out the highest level of control in a hierarchy of programs, routines, and subroutines.
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He believes that a master control system should, at the minimum, consists of the following: A solid set of transitions; some DVE (digital video effect) functionality; channel branding/logo insertion; proper audio handling (including Dolby processing); support channel ganging'; and automation support.
Aside from the Date, Kinget says Master Control has another model that includes features indicating different time zones and a third with a chronograph.
The company said that WO Master Control provides up to four channels of HD/SD, master control switching, graphics, automation and video storage in a single IT server rack, in this way reducing equipment expenditures and operational costs.
Many media groups that own a consortium of affiliate stations consolidate the Master Control facilities and operate multiple stations from one location.
And now, Facebook hopes that the master control would offer a simple alternative to the complicated and frequently confusing settings users currently work with.
Built on Volvo's production line in Sweden, the V70 estate comes complete with police markings, a master control panel, self-levelling suspension and a beefed-up electrical system complete with wiring for the fitment of specialised electrical gear.
The pneumatic operation to empty or re-fill the transformer is manually controlled from a master control box.
A master control can be used for single or multiple units.
division, which provides English- and Spanish-language news and weather breaks for affiliates nationwide out of its Little Rock-based digital master control facilities.
There are 24 terminals supported by three master control stations.
Echoing the company's drive for greater safety and efficiency, SERCO[R] Master Control Panels were chosen to coordinate the operation of each fully outfitted shipping and receiving dock.
Because most systems overwrite master control records with every change that is entered, it is impossible for them to display the content of a record as it existed on any specific day or hour without exhaustive restoration from backup tapes or logging files.

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