CEDAR Cambridge Server - a new era in audio restoration
2 October 2007
Have you ever wished that you could record audio onto a restoration system, generate and edit its embedded metadata while recording, while simultaneously processing numerous other files that exist elsewhere on your network? How about working in real-time on a particularly intractable piece of audio while the system processes a dozen other files in the background? Or maybe you currently work on another manufacturer's dedicated ingestion system, and you would like to access the power and quality of CEDAR from your own desktop without getting out of your chair or transferring files between computers. CEDAR Cambridge Server offers you all of this, and more.
The most powerful audio restoration system ever created
Designed following extensive discussions with archivists, audio libraries, and post-production houses, CEDAR Cambridge Server is a combination of four elements:
- the new CEDAR Cambridge Server Pack software, which offers users the most efficient restoration and audio processing environment ever developed. Over and above all other CEDAR Cambridge systems, its additional capabilities fall into two principal areas: print-server style batch processing, locally and across a network, and background processing using multiple instances of CEDAR simultaneously
- the new CEDAR Cambridge V5 software core, which adds an audio recorder with BEXT metadata handling and editing to every CEDAR Cambridge system
- the latest CEDAR Cambridge 'Q' quad-core server-grade quad-core host PC. (The Server Pack software is also compatible with all previous CEDAR Cambridge hardware.)
- any combination of CEDAR Cambridge audio processes
For further information:
CEDAR Audio Limited, 20 Home End, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5BS, United Kingdom.
t: +44 1223 881771
f: +44 1223 881778