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New terminology represents current industry innovations.
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A portable multi-camera remote production and post-production system.
Addresses performance issues with past and present data visualization.
Advanced media processor used for HEVC encoding to deliver 2160p60 video.
New camera system to be utilized for range of sport broadcasts.
Public beta of professional editing and color correction software now available.
Displays social media content in a single broadcast stream.
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