Chyron's Solo consists of a PCMCIA PCI CG/squeezeback card combined in a separate three-pound unit (including laptop running Windows) and allows an operator to create CG messages plus real-time and flipbook animations.
Chyron continues to open up its character generator technology to accommodate a wide range of uses. The latest example of this is a new laptop CG system called Solo. The system was developed for Fox Sports, which has now outfitted about 25 trucks with the portable graphics generator for its “Fox Box” on-screen electronic score board.
Solo consists of a PCMCIA PCI CG/squeezeback card combined in a separate three-pound unit (including laptop running Windows) and allows an operator to create CG messages plus real-time and flipbook animations. The squeezeback capabilities include two video inputs and a background, for the creation of program promos, bumpers and opens.
Chyron also showed CAMIO (Chyron Asset Management and Inter-Operability), a new system that delivers high-quality graphics to centralized “hub-and-spoke” architectures that can be controlled via the Web or an automation system. Station group Liberty Broadcasting has ordered several systems for its centralcasting model.
The Probel division introduced several new router lines. It features a new Sirius 256x256 router with mix-and-match format capability.
For more information visit www.chyron.com.
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