ChyronHego Adds 2110, HDR Support to PRIME Graphics

MELVILLE, NY--ChyronHego has released PRIME Graphics 3.0, an update to its integrated broadcast graphics platform that adds support for the new SMPTE ST 2110 standard and IP-based workflows.

The update also adds high dynamic range (HDR) 16-bit color capability, which enables the platform to deliver 10-bit HDR images in user-selectable HLG or S-Log3 formats. By supporting both HLG or S-Log3 formats, ChyronHego claims that PRIME Graphics 3.0 offers customers a future-proof solution that lets them to choose the standard they need.

This integrated broadcast graphics platform incorporates CG, clip player, video wall, graphics-driven touchscreen, and ChyronHego's NewsTicker branding solution within a single 4K/IP-ready graphics design and playout system. The video wall can automatically feed content to any size canvas, with any number of outputs, and any resolution per output.

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For news production, PRIME Graphics 3.0 integrates with CAMIO, ChyronHego's MOS-based and NRCS-connected graphics asset management solution, allowing news and sports broadcasters to extend their newsroom capabilities.

The resolution-agnostic solution also leverages advanced 64-bit GPU- and CPU-based technologies to handle the demands of rendering graphics and effects, as well as HDR-enabled 16-bit color. 

Claudia Kienzle