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Chyrons PRIME 4.5 Release Adds Efficiency to Data-Driven Graphics, Eases Shift to Cloud-Based Video Workflows Posted: 02/06/2022
Chyrons PRIME 4.5 Release Adds Efficiency to Data-Driven Graphics, Eases Shift to Cloud-Based Video Workflows

Chyron today introduced PRIME 4.5, a new release of the company's pioneering software-based live production platform that bridges conventional broadcast workflows with the future of live content creation and distribution. New features and enhancements in PRIME 4.5 simplify the shift toward cloud-based workflows for live uncompressed video, give users more control over live data without the need for complex scripting, bring added efficiency to common data-management and scene-building tasks, and automate fluid virtual camera effects within a scene.

Tags: Graphics | Augmented Reality | Production Switching | Cloud-Based | Video Workflows | Prime Live Platform
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Chyron Releases PRIME Platform 4.3 With Viewer-Controlled Interactive Graphics Posted: 02/03/2022
Chyron Releases PRIME Platform 4.3 With Viewer-Controlled Interactive Graphics

Chyron today announced the 4.3 release of the PRIME Platform, which features a full suite of production capabilities including live graphics, production switching, video walls and scaling, touch screen control, branding, venue control, and augmented reality. Version 4.3 of this flexible, scalable platform introduces the new PRIME Edge module for creation, deployment, and management of viewer-controlled interactive graphics. Working with PRIME Edge, designers can use the same familiar PRIME Designer interface to create graphics with interactivity that allows viewers to determine what they see, whether watching sports, elections, financial news, lifestyle shows, or other programs.

Tags: Graphics Augmented Reality | Production Switching | Prime Edge | Graphics | Prime Live Platform
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Broadcast Systems International selects Snell production switching and infrastructure for General Media Group Moldova Posted: 25/11/2014
Broadcast Systems International selects Snell production switching and infrastructure for General Media Group Moldova

General Media Group Moldova, Moldova's largest private broadcaster with three general channels plus a 24/7 news channel, has successfully gone HD across all channels, using Snell routing, infrastructure and production switching systems. The Snell equipment was supplied via regional partner, Romtek.

Tags: Snell | Quantel | Broadcast Systems International | Production switching | General Media Group Moldova | broadcaster | news | HD | Kahuna | Sirius | IQ Modular
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