The company also has rolled out major enhancements to its flagship TriCaster 8000.
All TriCaster systems now offer four or eight full mix/effects (M/E) channels, expanding the system’s switching performance. Producers can use these M/Es to generate layered and composited real-time video, produce submixes in the main video program and output content as a secondary program.
Additional enhancements that are now standard across the entire product line include advanced virtual sets with new camera motion controls; new “holographic” virtual sets that blend panoramic images with layered and composited video; and broad media publishing functions.
The new family of TriCaster systems include:
- TriCaster 410 — a streamlined, compact system with a full 4M/E production switcher, HD-SDI connectivity, and tools for live-only delivery;
- TriCaster 460 — a compact system with a full 4M/E production switcher with greater connectivity and broader creative flexibility for any small or medium-sized production;
- TriCaster 860 — a system designed for full-sized live action with an abundance of angles, visuals, coverage and post-production tools, offering a full 8M/E production switcher.
See NewTek at IBC 2012 Stand 7.K11.
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