Pixel Power is a leader in the development and production of SD and HD broadcast graphics systems, news production workflow tools and live interactive content with more than 2,000 installations worldwide. With a local presence around the world the company’s award-winning solutions suit broadcasters, post-production houses and outside broadcast (OB) trucks of all sizes for distinctive, professional, reliable and cost-effective on-air graphics.
ASIAN REVEAL OF CHANNELMASTER
Pixel Power is allowing a sneak preview of ChannelMaster for visitors to Broadcast Asia. ChannelMaster - a new line of all-in-one playout systems – will provide all the functionality needed to quickly deliver a channel on-air. They will be the first products of their kind to include sophisticated graphics for branding and promotion without the cost and complexity of traditional playout chains.
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Version 9.5 includes full support for stereoscopic 3D graphics across all Pixel Power graphics systems, with unique real-time control of depth and separation allowing ultimate flexibility at the point of playout. The stereoscopic 3D creation process is identical to that used for planoscopic 3D graphics making the process both familiar and easy-to-use.
Advanced Automated Graphics Asset Management in version 9.5 makes it easier to deliver content across multiple viewing platforms. This new feature automatically converts files to the required format needed for a given template.
BrandMaster - Pixel Power’s unique, combination branding graphics/master control system has fundamentally changed branding workflow for broadcasters including RTM in Malaysia and Prime TV and NBN in Australia. BrandMaster is being enhanced with support for up to ten independent key layers to handle the most sophisticated graphics alongside the addition of a new Clean Feed output bus and enhanced DVE inputs for added system flexibility.
CONFERENCE APPEARANCE – James Gilbert, Joint MD of Pixel Power, will be presenting a paper - The ramifications of file-based workflows and IT commoditisation for broadcast graphics – on Friday 24th June.