Architecture of NewsReady for Windows
Our windows, dialogs, controls, buttons, pull-downs and keyboard shortcuts are very similar to standard Microsoft-based applications. WireReady entirely resides from a single directory and it can be copied from machine to machine along with a shortcut from your desktop or start menu. As such, it is very easy to backup, maintain and administer.
Unless otherwise noted, we compile with Microsoft's C++ Visual Studio compiler, using the latest available version and rely heavily on the MFC framework. We do not change or alter the system registry, nor do we physically change your operating system folders.
For example, when deploying the newsroom on a LAN, once the software files are copied onto the network server, client workstaions can be provisioned to run WireReady simply by creating a shortcut on their desktop - it's that easy. Network rights/login rights are administered through your server/domain the way your network currently operates. Each user in NewsReady for Windows can have their own "home" directory created in our USERS folder where they can have their own configurable settings and preferences, personal files and the like. You can give users the right to change their own settings or setup a user where every time they exit the software, we restore all their settings to YOUR preferences.
NewsReady for Windows consists of the following main executable client-based programs:
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PCAPTURE.EXE / DBCAPTURE.EXE / ECAPTURE.EXE: (Backend)
MPEG2WAV: (Backend or User Selected)