Tamblin integrates Inscriber graphics for i-ZoneTV Gallery
October 3, 2005
Tamblin, an interactive TV software provider based in London, has selected Leitch’s Inscriber Inca RTX to integrate into its i-ZoneTV product suite.
As part of the new i-ZoneTV Gallery product, broadcasters can create 2-D/3-D text/graphics to screen applications and games using an Inscriber Inca RTX character generator.
As part of the new i-ZoneTV Gallery product, broadcasters can create 2-D/3-D text/graphics to screen applications and games using an Inscriber character generator. Inca RTX allows users to provide up-to-the-minute data in sports, weather and elections, as well as graphics and effects within interactive programs, games shows and shopping channels, or for covering live-on-location events.
It combines six tools, including a broadcast quality character generator, motion effects module, paint system, media browser, event sequencer and Quartz, an application that independently controls multiple logos, clocks bugs and crawls.
Tamblin’s i-ZoneTV Gallery is a text-to-screen system utilizing i-ZoneTV Core to pre-produce interactive services for broadcast graphics systems and then play them out against programming content. The i-ZoneTV Gallery will allow producers to synchronize interactive content with their television programs while receiving real-time messages from viewers at home. It includes SMS-to-TV templates for votes, quizzes and competitions.
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