01.20.2009 02:04 PM
Broadcast Pix introduces Slate G Series

Broadcast Pix has announced the Slate G Series, which enhances and replaces its current generation of live integrated production systems, at the same price points.

The Slate G Series has a new Intel quad workstation that houses the Slate video processing boards and is powerful enough to be upgradable to future 3Gb/s 1080p boards.

The quad workstation also boosts the Slate’s built-in clip and graphics stores to HD and upgrades its built-in Inscriber CG to HD. The company also has announced new workflow software that streamlines the flow of clips and graphics from edit stations into Slate, even during a live production.

The Slate G Series is currently shipping. Its 3G upgrade is expected later this year.

For more information, visit www.broadcastpix.com.


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