05.12.2004 12:00 PM
CBC/Radio-Canada choose Inscriber as national standard

CBC/Radio-Canada, the Canadian public broadcaster, has selected Inscriber’s Inca Studio character generator as its new national standard for character generation.

Based on Inscriber’s Inca architecture, Inca Studio creates visually appealing on-air graphics with multiple layers of independently controlled graphics, clocks, logos, real-time element transitions, real-time organic dissolves, page formatted scrolls, crawls and more.

The CBC/Radio-Canada implementation will initially be for up to 50 systems.

For more information visit: www.inscriber.com.

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