05.28.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Pix integrates StudioSD with Leitch router

Broadcast Pix will introduce an all-SDI version of its Broadcast Pix Studio video production system at InfoComm June 3 in Orlando, Fla. The new Broadcast Pix StudioSD includes an integrated Leitch Panacea router.

The Broadcast Pix Studio is the workstation-based video production system with the tools of a broadcast control room. There is now an all-SDI version of this product.

The StudioSD comes with hard and soft control panels, workstation, DDR, Inscriber CG, switching, two Pinnacle DVEs, still store, logos, PowerPoint store, and the Leitch Panacea router, which provides six external SDI inputs and is expandable to fourteen or many more. If the workstation should ever lock up, a unique fail-safe control system keeps the cameras on-air and still switching while the workstation recovers. Optional Leitch control panels provide remote auxiliary panels. The StudioSD joins the existing StudioAD, which provides analog and digital I/O.

The company announced an OEM relationship with Leitch, as well as new control software for the entire range of Leitch routers, which effectively removes all external I/O capacity constraints from all Broadcast Pix systems.

The StudioSD will be available in July.

For more information visit www.broadcastpix.com.

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