TV One Launches New On-Line Product Training Modules

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Product training is always important to end users and one way to easily help facilitate product training is by using on-line tutorials. TV One is now introducing NEW Online Product Training Modules. This product specific online training site offers a multitude of convenient tutorials for the Broadcast and Pro AV professional using TV One's CORIO2 Video Processors.

"Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for our customers to learn how to use our products. This site is designed to do just that." states Dan Gibson, Vice President of TV One. "We are extremely excited about this new online training option, as it was designed to offer a convenient way to supplement our customers learning experience or to aid and refresh their knowledge on controlling our C2 product line."

Individuals can navigate to certain CORIO features, such as: Unit Interface, Basic Concepts, Quick Setup, Edge Blending, Keying and Output Settings as a few examples. A PDF on each feature is available for printing when a hard copy is desired. A video front panel at the top of the tutorial along with an example of the video output is displayed in real time, along with instant access to certain functions inside that feature.

End users want the most capability from anything purchased and on-line training is a fast and a convenient way to maximize all the features and capabilities that we have to offer in our TV One product line of switchers and video processors.

Access to the fully narrated tutorials is on the main TV One page at www.tvone.eu or on product specific pages by clicking on the training button.
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