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ScreenBuilder
Virtualize Your Workflow

New for 2.0: Now features scripting for capturing RSS news, sports and weather feeds.

Our ScreenBuilder app has virtual faders, meters, labels, buttons, clocks, timers, and other widgets that you can arrange on a PC screen to create your own custom control panels and touchscreens for control and monitoring. Add your own graphics and logos, even images. 

Custom panels made with ScreenBuilder have access to our complete AoIP network, the WheatNet-IP Intelligent Network and all of the BLADEs, control surfaces, processors, and partner devices on it so you are only limited by your imagination. Once created, your custom panels and touchscreen interfaces can be password protected to prevent unauthorized manipulation of the special graphics and functions you've designed.

ScreenBuilder gives you unlimited control over your entire network. But more than that, you can use it to create dedicated screens that control specific things. Whatever your needs, ScreenBuilder can address them with ease.

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Features   
  • Widgets include Faders, Knobs, Buttons, Graphics Tools, Clocks, Timers, Meters, and programmable events

  • Easy to use layout environment

  • Drag, drop and assign values to each widget

  • Completely Scriptable


  • Control all aspects of your WheatNet-IP environment including all third party gear that's interfaced

  • Password protection

  • Use your own graphics

  • Access from anywhere


A ScreenBuilder Gallery

 

Rafael One

SAVE Diffusion’s Rafael Dolomazan put together this screen which provides control over a live show, complete with specific console and automation functions.

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This virtual control panel by SAVE Diffusion's Rafael Dolmazon is used by operators to assign sources to different destinations and to monitor the real-time status of a wide area network of WheatNet-IP audio network I/O BLADEs.

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SAVE Diffusion used ScreenBuilder to create a touchscreen interface so 107.7 Sanef operators could easily select and target news updates to one or more areas of the broadcast network.

Poulson

Henrik Poulsen from Denmark created this screen to control routing to their transmitter sites.

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Chris Penny of Agile Broadcast in Australia developed this virtual producer workstation using ScreenBuilder. The producer can bring IFB in to the right channel of a host/guest headphone by simply pressing on their chair. The ‘dot’ in front of the chairs (on the desk) lights up to show the mic is switched ON. Buttons to the right give the producer full monitoring of all outside broadcast lines in the facility, and he or she can talk to any remote talent by pressing the IFB button for the desired line.

Caribou

This is a screen from Macquarie Media, Parliament House News Bureau, Canberra, Australia. The newsbooth is based on the M4IP-USB four channel mic processor, which cleans up and levels mic, phone and TV sources. Play and record for the NewsBoss newsroom automation is done via USB direct to the M4IP-USB mic processor. An eight-channel AoIP driver is used. Screen courtesy Chris Penny from Agile Broadcast.

Croc

This screen runs at Croc Media, a major Australian sports content provider. It shows the provider’s five-studio distribution complex, with the audio feeds and control signal heading towards the satellite uplink. Croc Media has E-1 control surfaces with ScreenBuilder screens in each studio for delegation and contribution codec control. Distribution codecs are Tieline Genie with WheatNet-IP included. Audio and control signals, including network pulses and codec status are sent bidirectionally between WheatNet-IP and the codec. Screen courtesy Chris Penny from Agile Broadcast.

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This is a news workstation based on an M4IP-USB. Two workstations are hosted per M4IP-USB. It allows the same mixer and automatic gain features, multiple source selectors, one-touch record to the Newsboss PC, fully mixing intercom, TV remote control, and room monitoring selection. Screen courtesy Chris Penny from Agile Broadcast.

BenBlevins

IMG World Chief Engineer Ben Blevins designed this customized interface as a little all-in-one access panel, so we can have access to everybody at once as a sort of intercom, complete with our own headphone mix to monitor all that is going on and to drive the show where it’s going next.

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This  window into the everyday operation of radio is made possible because of RadiOhio Director of Engineering Greg Armstrong, Staff Engineer Tyler Stark, and ScreenBuilder, a virtual development platform that ties elements on the network to onscreen buttons, meters, and other widgets.

KUPD AIR Chain

This virtual control panel for KUPD-FM, Phoenix, by RadioDNA's Rob Goldberg, provides easy control and indication of the station’s program flow, including salvo selection and delay control.

Codecville

This screen in the Hubbard Phoenix rack room, also by Rob Goldberg, provides easy touchscreen access to the group’s assortment of codecs for its five studios. Included are monitoring and talkback buttons for set up and testing for remotes.

ScreenBuilder Extends WheatNet-IP 's Power To Almost Anything You Can Imagine

With WheatNet-IP BLADE-3s, you get a virtual rack room in a 1-rack space box. They handle all the I/O (AES/EBU, SPDIF, AOIP, MADI, SDI and AES 67) and provide full routing capabilities. Each BLADE-3 gives you two 8x2 utility mixers, 12 universal GPI/O ports, 128 software logic ports, silence detection, built-in audio clip player, stereo multi-band audio processing, and much more, assignable anywhere on the network. With it you can create workflows that would require a ton of third-party gear.

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