Western Australia-headquartered Tieline the Codec Company has brought to market a HTML5 TieServer Web Console management tool. Its primary purpose? To register networked codecs to a TieServer domain and configure and control Report-IT user accounts.
The new HTML5 TieServer Web Console delivers an improved layout and more efficient control of Tieline devices connected to TieServer, the company says.
The console also offers the ability to easily configure, view and manage large numbers of codecs, sharing servers and Report-IT user accounts.
There is also access to “VIP-Connect,” which delivers an automated login authentication process to assist talent and guests to log in by sending them a unique VIP-Connect URL.
Existing customers can visit www.tieserver.com to use the updated HTML5 browser with the same login credentials as the old Java Web Start version of the TieServer Console. This landing page also provides a link to access to the old Java version.
New customers can try the TieServer Web Console by requesting a two week Cloud Services demo. The TieServer Console app for iOS and Android remains available as a free download to set up and manage a small number of Report-IT user accounts.