07.30.2004 12:00 AM
Inscriber to Launch New Graphics Products at IBC2004
Inscriber, a developer of broadcast graphics technology will debut several new products at IBC2004 in Amsterdam.

The Waterloo, Ontario-based company will showcase the Inca Station--a multi-layer branding and insertion tool--designed for master control, satellite uplink, mobile broadcast centers and small station automation.

The Inca AutoCG HD allows operators to remotely control Inscriber HD graphics using the direct control application or under the command of the newsroom automation systems.

Inca Studio will also debut at IBC2004. This multi-layer, multi-object and multi- channel graphic system delivers real-time 2D effects and 3D animations, page sequencer/navigator and an integrated Quartz application to independently control multiple logos, clocks, bugs and crawls.

Inca RTX 1.1 creates custom broadcast applications, such as up-to-the minute data in sports, weather and elections; dynamic graphics and effects within interactive programs, game shows and shopping channels; multiple layers of graphics, video, and animations in news and information channels.

Also featured at IBC2004 will be the Inca toGo that offers separate portable versions of Inca Studio, Inca CG and Inca RTX for use with a laptop.

InfoCaster creates the multi-zone on-air look for broadcasting, satellite and cable applications.

Inscriber will be in Booth 7.211 at IBC2004, Sept. 10-14. For more information, visit http://www.ibc.org/.

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