The company will display CAMIO 4.7, PRIME Graphics platform, G-Sync/command scheduler and more at stand no.7.C21 at the IBC show in Amsterdam.
ChyronHego’s will display CAMIO, its software solution for multiplatform news content creation and delivery, at IBC 2019.
The CAMIO Universe drives template-based, news workflows and places a diverse range of storytelling tools at producers’ fingertips.
At the heart of the CAMIO ecosystem is ChyronHego’s CAMIO graphic asset management system.
The CAMIO 4.7’s new features for the CAMIO Interface includes, the company’s HTML5-based user interface for newsroom producers such as the ability to save items, swap templates, and create streaming proxies.
CAMIO now delivers support for playout using PRIME Graphics, the company’s graphics platform. The CAMIO Interface includes new PRIME features such as XMP, autofill, layers, and GTC movies, and the CAMIO Rundown now enables PRIME Graphics scene playout on screens of all sizes and shapes, including studio walls.
CAMIO also now includes new Media Engine architecture for rendering stills and animations in numerous media workflows to maximise every pixel.
The company will also display version 3.5 of PRIME Graphics, which delivers a single, easy-to-use 4K- and IP-ready graphics design and playout platform for visual storytelling.
ChyronHego will showcase a new G-Sync/command scheduler that synchronises outputs between channels of the same server or between different servers giving operators the ability to synchronize graphic events to multiple screens.
LyricX 4.1 is the latest release of ChyronHego’s graphics creation and playout solution.
ChyronHego will display new features in LyricX 4.1 at IBC 2019, including auto-hide features for building more logic into a scene and an all-new advanced keyboard with flex keys that deliver flexibility with application and scene-based control.
ChyronHego’s Paint and Virtual Placement solutions for real-time data visualization in live sports broadcasting will also be highlighted at IBC2019.
ChyronHego will showcase key new features in Paint 8.1, such as an automatic chroma keyer for clips that will save users hours of time, as well as style and UI updates.
Additionally, the company will preview new capabilities in Virtual Placement 7.3 such as an automatic chroma keyer for live, field-based sports that completely removes the need for rekeying.
ChyronHego promises to roll out an improved user experience with Virtual 1st. The “down and distance” application of Virtual Placement designed for American football, features add-ons in the user experience such as a two-point conversion line.
With ChyronHego’s Click Effects PRIME, stadiums can deliver AV presentations to any canvas size and any number of outputs in any resolution.ChyronHego will demonstrate new features of this product at IBC 2019.
Click Effects PRIME now combines SDI and GPU workflows to drive more screens and aspect ratios from a single system giving operators the seamless ability to synchronise graphic events to multiple screens.