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12/01/2009

Chyron At Broadcast Video Expo 2009

Chyron is continuing to define the world of digital and broadcast graphics and has proven itself as a leader in the industry with sophisticated graphics offerings that include AXIS Graphics online content creation software, HD/SD switchable on-air graphics systems, clip servers, channel branding systems, graphic asset management and XMP integration solutions.
Products which will be showcased at BVE include:
  • HyperX2 is Chyron's top-of-the-line on-air graphics system that combines Chyron's award-winning Lyric PRO motion graphics feature set with a newly implemented video graphics processor that delivers more than twice the performance of its predecessor. The Hyper X2 graphics engine can simultaneously manipulate dozens od 3D layers of text, logos, textures and movie objects, all in real-time. The intuitive Lyric PRO software platform provides precise control over every transition and effect with a broad array of adjustments already familiar to users of 3D creation tools and NLE's.
  • Channel Box V2.0 is an HD/SD -switchable turnkey branding and automated promo system featuring 2D/3D design and playout for branding applications, which now features the most advanced data binding technology available in channel branding. These advanced features - coupled with Channel Box's self-adjusting 'Content Awareness' feature - make automated promo generation simple and efficient. Version 2.0 supports multiple animating spacers for crawls as well as dynamically updateable images and movie files. New options include offline creation software, remote monitor and control software as well as a highly robust content distribution package.
  • XClyps is a multi-format production clip server that now enables video and audio to be ingested in any format via QuickTime files, Targa sequences, live video input or rendering directly with the Video for Windows codec. Video and key channels can be mixed and matched, with audio later added for maximum effect. The Xclyps system is available in an HD/SD-switchable or SD-only configuration.
  • AXIS Graphics is a revolutionary web-based service that integrates with Chyron's popular broadcast products to expand their reach to include non-broadcast clients such as newspapers, radio stations, mobile phone and digital media producers and anyone producing content for the Internet. Providing a one-stop seamless platform to create, composite and distribute graphic content over the internet for traditional and new media markets. Chyron Online enables the production and management of high-quality graphics integrated with content simply through the use of an internet connection and a web browser. Chyron Online comprises a vast feature set for news, maps, quotes, charts and weather.
Further information is available at: www.chyron.com.
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