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ChyronHego Releases CAMIO 4.8 Posted: 20/12/2019
ChyronHego Releases CAMIO 4.8

ChyronHego today released for shipping CAMIO® 4.8, the newest release of the company's award-winning MOS-driven graphic asset management system. Serving as an end-to-end, all-software solution for multiplatform news content creation, production, and playout, CAMIO gives designers, producers, and directors the flexibility and functionality to bring engaging stories to air efficiently. Enhancements to CAMIO 4.8 simplify quality control, add greater control over saved items, streamline media rendering across linear and nonlinear production, and significantly extend the capabilities of CAMIO's popular Replication feature.

"With its template-based and story-driven workflow, CAMIO strips away layers of complexity, empowering both new and experienced producers to fulfill creative elements for any digital canvas," said Teus Groenewoud, vice president of product and technology at ChyronHego. "New features within CAMIO 4.8 simplify day-to-day tasks for these users while further optimizing the system for distributed teams and making it even easier to ‘create once, publish many' in a hub-and-spoke graphics workflow."

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ChyronHego Launches Vidigo News, a Complete Newsroom Production Solution for OTT Content Delivery Posted: 14/09/2018
ChyronHego Launches Vidigo News, a Complete Newsroom Production Solution for OTT Content Delivery
ChyronHego today launched Vidigo News, an all-in-one newsroom production solution designed specifically for OTT content creation and publishing. Vidigo News packages ChyronHego’s Vidigo Live Compositor, an intuitive software solution for live multicamera production, with the award-winning LyricX graphics creation and playout solution, Live Assist playout automation system, and a custom GUI based on the Live Assist Panels user interface and control panel creation tool.
Tags: ChyronHego | graphic servers | graphic asset management | weather graphics | news production | news workflows | IBC2018 | IBC 2018 | IBC 2018
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UKs ITN Productions Chooses ChyronHegos IP-Based PRIME Graphics Posted: 14/09/2018
UKs ITN Productions Chooses ChyronHegos IP-Based PRIME Graphics

ITN Productions, the award-winning creative production arm of ITN, has chosen ChyronHego’s PRIME Graphics platform for a major English sports federation’s live OTT match coverage. PRIME Graphics is the universal graphics engine for ITN Productions’ new all-IP-based broadcast operation, which supports an expansion of the sports league’s OTT service into the U.K. with live streaming of more than 1,800 matches every season.

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Dutch Eredivisie Football League Chooses ChyronHego TRACAB Posted: 14/09/2018
Dutch Eredivisie Football League Chooses ChyronHego and rsquo;s TRACAB

Eredivisie, as the top league in Dutch football, is the latest major European football league to adopt ChyronHego’s award-winning TRACAB™ optical tracking system. Eredivisie is using TRACAB to collect and share real-time data on player and ball movements for every match, enabling powerful insight on team and player performance for all 18 Eredivisie clubs, as well as other stakeholders.

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ChyronHego at IBC2018 Posted: 14/08/2018
ChyronHego at IBC2018
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At IBC2018, ChyronHego will preview CAMIO 4.5, the next release of the company’s industry-leading graphic asset management solution, with key features designed to make producer-driven news workflows even more versatile, flexible, and cost-effective. CAMIO 4.5 enhancements include a powerful new render engine; the ability to publish content straight from the newsroom to social media; and the latest version of LUCI5, the HTML5 plugin for fulfillment interface.
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ChyronHego Launches CAMIO 4.4 Posted: 26/07/2018
ChyronHego Launches CAMIO 4.4

ChyronHego today introduced CAMIO 4.4, the newest release of the company’s industry-leading MOS gateway and graphic asset management server. As the core of ChyronHego’s software-based CAMIO Universe for News Production, CAMIO 4.4 includes key features designed to make producer-driven news workflows even more versatile, flexible, and cost-effective. CAMIO 4.4 enhancements include a powerful new render engine architecture, the ability to publish content straight from the newsroom to social media, and LUCI5, a new HTML5 plugin for the LUCI graphics fulfillment interface.

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ChyronHego Releases Significant Upgrade of CAMIO Graphic Asset Management Solution Posted: 06/07/2017
ChyronHego Releases Significant Upgrade of CAMIO Graphic Asset Management Solution
ChyronHego today released an all-new version of CAMIO, its industry-leading graphic asset management server, with significant improvements including the HubDrive file distribution tool and LUCI5, an HTML5 update of the company's modular user interface for newsroom producers. With this release, CAMIO 4.2.2 brings powerful new capabilities and even greater product integration to the CAMIO Universe, ChyronHego's comprehensive, software-based newsroom production ecosystem.
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