08.02.2007 12:00 AM
e-mediavision.com to Introduce New Telestrator
At IBC2007, e-mediavision.com will introduce its Point-HD Version 3v20 broadcast graphics telestrator, and the X-View DPX-IP real-time multisource IP stream Multiviewers.

Point-HD is a popular interactive tool used by sports and news TV presenters for drawing and annotating over live video. New features include an animation tool that allows control of third-party CG and animation systems and a live Web tool for real-time display and control of Web sites in full HD/SD output. All tools have been updated to fully support Targa based animations within the displayed graphics.

X-View DPX-IP adds a new element to the existing range of X-view multiviewers by allowing the direct decoding and display of multiple H.264, MPEG-4, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 broadcast streams while in the digital IP domain. X-View DPX-IP can decode up to 24x HD or SD streams in real time with output display resolutions of 1080x1920 per display monitor. Each X-View DPX-IP stream decoder card utilizes multiple parallel processors to provide broadcast performance and features.

e-mediavision will be in Stand 7.810.


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