08.28.2006 12:00 AM
Pixel Power Launching Low Cost Graphics System at IBC2006
Pixel Power is launching a dedicated low cost SD/HD logo device, as well as a new line of entry-level and pro-AV graphics systems at IBC2006.

The Clarity 50 SD/HD character generator is designed for smaller broadcasters and audio-visual installations; the Clarity 2000 is targeted at SD/HD entry-level switchable-format applications; and the Clarity LoGo offers a low-cost approach to channel branding and logos.

"High definition should not mean high cost, particularly as its presence in Europe strengthens," said James Gilbert, Pixel Power marketing director. "It's about more choice for viewers and broadcasters and these latest additions to the Clarity range support that ethic by delivering quality HD solutions to broadcast operations of all sizes."

The Clarity 50 includes complete functionality for broadcast and production character generator applications. It is aimed at smaller broadcasters, churches, stadiums and local government customers, as it provides quality graphics at an affordable price and is full automatable.

Clarity LoGo is built on established Clarity systems architecture and can provide multiple layers of animated and static logos, clocks and crawls. Configuration and setup is performed via front panel controls and a Web browser.

The company also will introduce a Clarity SD/HD option for creating real-time 3D animation with parametric control of elements, moves and lighting.

Pixel Power will be in Stand 7.138.

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