Chyron will be at IBC 2012 introducing HyperXLP, a dual-channel-capable broadcast graphics platform that sets a new standard for performance in a compact 1-RU design. Ideal for live news, sports, and OB productions, HyperXLP occupies just a quarter of the space of a standard HyperX system and consumes half as much power. High-speed solid-state storage […]
Ideal for live news, sports, and OB productions, HyperXLP occupies just a quarter of the space of a standard HyperX system and consumes half as much power. High-speed solid-state storage ensures the HyperXLP’s performance.
Speaking of the HyperXLP, Bill Hendler, chief technology officer at Chyron, said: “With features including a high-speed multi-core processor, solid-state storage, and native stereoscopic 3D graphics capability, the system offers performance worthy of the most advanced live news and sports broadcasts.”
HyperXLP leverages Chyron’s award-winning Lyric PRO graphics creation and playback software. When deployed with an optional second channel, HyperXLP can meet most broadcast graphic demands.
The system’s graphics engine is built on the latest Intelmulti-core processor, and simultaneously manipulates 3D graphics with speed. The system also allows stereoscopic 3D graphics to be built easily from existing scenes without any modification. With these capabilities, operators can create, edit, and update graphics. In addition, HyperXLP offers manual updates, as well as a set of update tools including ODBC connections, Adobe XMPmetadata, and the Chyron Intelligent Interface.
Compatible with a broad range of graphic content, HyperXLP integrates into existing workflows.