08.17.2005 01:53 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Crystal Vision releases HD chroma keyer

Crystal Vision has released its Safire HD high-definition chroma keyer. It is designed to work with all common high-def formats and is intended for use in studios, sports productions and other live chroma-keying applications.

Safire HD retains all the features of the original standard-definition Safire. It has additive and multiplicative keying. Areas of the final picture can be a mixture of both foreground and background, which allows the use of transparent and reflective objects.

See Crystal Vision at IBC2005 stand 2.201 or visit: www.crystalvision.tv.

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