CBC/Radio-Canada Standardizes on Inscriber's Inca

Canada's national public broadcaster CBC/Radio-Canada has chosen Inscriber's character generator, Inca Studio, as its character generator standard. Inca Studio is part of Inscriber's Inca series of professional broadcast graphics systems, and is based on the company's Inca architecture. The system enables broadcasters
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Canada's national public broadcaster CBC/Radio-Canada has chosen Inscriber's character generator, Inca Studio, as its character generator standard. Inca Studio is part of Inscriber's Inca series of professional broadcast graphics systems, and is based on the company's Inca architecture. The system enables broadcasters to create on-air graphics with layers of independently controlled graphics, clocks, logos, real-time element transitions and dissolves and page-formatted rolls and crawls.

The CBC/Radio-Canada implementation is initially for 50 or more Inca systems, which will be used in live CG operations in studios and trucks, under the control of news automation systems and to replace older CGs and branding insertion equipment. Deliveries of the Inca Studio systems to CBC/Radio-Canada begin this month.