05.25.2006 05:34 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Pix to introduce Slate 1000

Broadcast Pix is rolling out the Slate 1000 live video production switcher featuring a professional physical control panel.

Slate systems use a switcher on a computer card, which is closely coupled to the included workstation’s clip store, still store and Inscriber CG. The computer display provides full motion monitoring of program, preview and all cameras, so separate video monitors are no longer needed but can still be added. The Slate 1000 can mix up to six digital and analog live video inputs with five graphic sources and two clip channels.

The Slate 1000 system’s live video inputs support both timed and asynchronous inputs in SDI, analog composite, Y/C and component for a wide range of cameras, videotape recorders, clip servers, DVD players and other external elements. The system’s workstation is rack-mounted.

For more information visit www.broadcastpix.com.

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