Media recording, or compliance recording, is the process of capturing audio, usually in low-quality format, and preserving the recordings for a large number of days, usually 2-3 months. In most countries, compliance recording is required by law for all radio stations, but can also be used for ad certification, audio quality monitoring, competition monitoring, and media broadcasting. .
DML records audio content from the widest variety of sources (unbalanced, balanced, AES / EBU digital, Dante, Livewire, Antena, SAT, DVBT, DVBC, ATSC, IP, etc.) and stores them on the Hard Drive (Recordings remain online depending on the capacity of hard drives, generally: 30/60/90 days as required by the laws of many countries.)
The DML system is maintenance-free, and older recordings are automatically overwritten with newer ones. Audio format and compression / quality vary depending on file space and recording period chosen. Recording quality can be as high as uncompressed WAV WAV files. Content can also be accessed from the DML from any networked computer, without stopping the recording.
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