09.08.2009 03:49 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Compix to roll out CompixMOS 2.0 at IBC2009

Compix has launched CompixMOS 2.0, a MOS interface for advanced newsroom integration of content from online play-to-air broadcast graphics systems, and will demonstrate the new product at IBC2009 in Amsterdam.

CompixMOS 2.0 allows users to benefit from the functionality of the MOS standard by directly inserting CG events into newsroom scripts. CompixMOS 2.0 enables the integration of discrete external devices, such as Compix CG systems, that allow journalists, editors, producers and others to build news graphics ready for air directly from the newsroom computer system rundown script interface at their workstation.

Available on a per-chassis, license-fee basis, CompixMOS 2.0 allows multiuser access without cost-prohibitive per-seat license cost strategies. CompixMOS 2.0 requires only a basic networked computer to run the software and handle network traffic, further reducing the cost of entry to full MOS capability.

See Compix at IBC2009 in Stand 8.A98.



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