08.10.2006 08:00 AM
Pixel Power to launch entry-level, pro-AV versions of Clarity CG

At IBC2006, Pixel Power will introduce the Clarity 2000 SD/HD entry-level switchable-format CG, Clarity 50 for smaller broadcasters and AV installations and the low-cost Clarity LoGo for branding and logos.

Clarity 2000 offers a rich, easy-to-use feature set with full HD capabilities for the smaller broadcaster and production facility.

Pixel Power will also introduce a Clarity HD/SD series option for real-time 3-D animation with parametric control of elements, lighting and moves. This provides the 3D-animation capability of dedicated 3-D systems with no 3-D experience necessary.

Clarity 50 is a cost-effective broadcast and production CG that incorporates complete functionality for smaller broadcast facilities, post-production and AV installations. The compact 1RU Clarity50 is fully automatable for news and data-based displays.

Clarity LoGo incorporates established Clarity system features and SD and HD, including multiple layers of static and animated logos, clocks and crawls. It can be triggered via GPI, serial or Ethernet TCP/IP-based automation protocols.

See Pixel Power at IBC2006 stand 7.138, or visit: www.pixelpower.com.

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