09.18.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris unveils new Inscriber HD/SD products

At IBC, Harris launched a new graphics systems for its Inscriber family of products, including new functionality for the Inscriber G-Series live production graphics systems; Inscriber G-Store media management solution; Inscriber G-Channel information channel solution; and Inscriber RTX 2D/3D graphics platform. Harris is also featuring its Inscriber AutoCG networked graphics solution integrated with its H-Class ADC-100 playout automation system.

For live broadcast graphics applications, Harris enables users to create and send simultaneous SD and HD content from a single G-Series system. The G-Series is a real-time HD/SD-selectable live production graphics system that streamlines video graphics content creation, interface and playout.

Visitors to the Harris stand saw the worldwide launch of the G-Store on-air, real-time media management and playout system, and the G-Channel solution for creating, managing and delivering graphics-intensive, 24-hour, HD/SD, automated broadcast channels.

Harris also demonstrated its ADC-100 playout automation system integrated with the AutoCG networked graphics solution and Direct Control application. AutoCG allows connection to automation and newsvendor systems, providing a better way to manage graphics across networks, control graphic output and ingest newsvendor data.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.



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