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Character generation today means real-time 3D graphics
N/A The days of the dedicated hardware islands are long gone and todays broadcast graphics require designers with multiple abilities and flexible hardware and software solutions. And on top of that we find, as always, the need and capability to deliver quality graphics in daily close-to-air situations.
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How to create and brand a live TV experience online
N/A Late last year, Pixel Power worked closely with the Perform Group to brand the first ever live England football match online, a landmark event. Before we discuss that in detail, there is a wider question to answer: what do we mean by branding?
Tags: pixel power | branding | iss042 | character generator | cg | graphics | football | snooker | darts | vod | N/A
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Does one size fits all
N/A One size fits all ¦¦. or does it? By Lan Merrill, Vice President of Engineering, Compix Media
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Back in the days before microprocessors
N/A Back in the days before microprocessors, Character Generators were members of the Graphics Department armed with sheets of Letraset and cardboard.
Tags: character generator | aston | caption puller | iss022 | graphics | captions | subtitling | aston 4 | N/A
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Chyron interview with tv-bay
N/A Chyrons acquisition of AXIS Graphics, a unique web-based graphics system that has pioneered online graphics production.
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A brief history of television graphics
N/A Thirty years ago, television captions were routinely created by sticking white Letraset characters onto black card. Credit rolls were possible using special devices which used long strips of black material onto which the Letraset was stuck, and which were literally rolled, either by an electric motor but sometimes even by hand.
Tags: pixel power | television graphics | iss021 | graphics | character generator | captions | aston operator | aston ethos | quantel cipher | abekas a72 | N/A
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