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08.27.2009
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Burst installs new video replay system at American Airlines Center

Systems integrator Burst has been hired to upgrade the video replay control room at the American Airlines Center in Dallas; Burst designed and built the original facility in 2001.

With a limited budget, Burst engineering staff designed, installed and tested the new system, which incorporates existing SD digital and analog routing systems with a new Harris Platinum HD switcher. There is also Evertz and AJA Video conversion and distribution equipment, which was used to completely rebuild the video infrastructure and develop a hybrid facility that the client requested.

Rounding out the system is a new Sony MVS-8000G production switcher, Chyron HyperX3 and Click Effects graphics, along with existing HD EVS and Harris servers, Sony cameras and a new monitoring and tally system from Harris/Zandar and Image Video.

Burst expects to complete the fast-track project in October, in time for the Visa Championships, the first event to showcase the facility’s new HD video boards also being installed this summer.



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