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16/09/2003

Inscriber’s Inca series integrate with newsroom automation

Inscriber, a leading provider of broadcast graphics solutions, have announced the latest releases of Inca Studio and Inca CG that feature newsroom integration capabilities with AutoCG MAX.
Inca Studio and Inca CG are part of Inscriber’s innovative Inca series of professional broadcast solutions, which provide broadcasters with enhanced creative power, streamlined workflow and multiple channel effects.
Inca Studio and Inca CG’s innovative features include independently controllable multi-layers of graphics, clock, logos, real-time clip-to-clip dissolves, real-time organic transitions and multiple clip play back on a single channel. These capabilities allow Inca Studio and Inca CG to free up rails on your switcher, which were once occupied by several CGs, DDRs, logo generators and other equipment.
In addition to boasting enhanced store and sequencer functionality, the latest version of Inca Studio and Inca CG now feature newsroom integration capabilities with AutoCG MAX.
AutoCG MAX is Inscriber’s CG option for newsroom automation. Changes that occur within the news service provider are instantly updated within the AutoCG MAX interface, with real-time graphics and text being created instantly. In its “unattended” mode AutoCG MAX will automatically broadcast new content and graphics, allowing time-pressed CG operators to work on other tasks. If necessary, operators can manually interrupt the automation process, and correct or edit graphics and text.
Together, Inca Studio or Inca CG and AutoCG MAX provide broadcasters with high-quality news content in a minimal amount of time.
“Customers looking to add advanced CG capabilities to their newsroom operations can do so with the latest release of Inca Studio and Inca CG,” said Alex Wackley, Senior Product Manager at Inscriber. “Inca Studio and Inca CG provide superior features such as multi-layer graphics, real-time organic transitions and real-time clip-to-clip dissolves. Those features, when combined with the automation capabilities of AutoCG MAX, provide news broadcasters with a complete solution unlike any in the market.”
The new releases of Inca Studio and Inca CG are scheduled to ship later this year.
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