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Digital Workstation Networks for TV Postproduction-The Way Forward

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This paper discusses the practical use and experience of an integrated network system to achieve rapid workflow between digital audio workstation users without leaving the digital domain. Facilities may be scheduled to suit the requirements of the job, independently of upload and download chores. Up to 48 hours of audio may be stored centrally within the network system with, optionally, up to 56 tracks of simultaneous playback. The system provides a useful level of self-documentation.

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