A line-up of technology for sports production is featured at the ChyronHego stand, including the latest version of its Paint telestration and analysis system. Paint 7.3 includes updated 3D visualisation capabilities and support for 4K.
The company is showing Virtual Placement, a tool for placing virtual graphics in live video. With version 7.0, ChyronHego has added features including a new downstream operation mode for adding virtual graphics, such as advertising or live production enhancements, at the downlink point or in the headquarters studio.
Also at IBC, ChyronHego is showing Prime, a resolution-agnostic, software-based rendering engine that uses 64-bit GPU- and CPU-based technologies. The latest version 2.6 includes features for interactive graphics rendering, such as touchscreen capabilities, as well as updated functions for shaders and enhanced support for LUA scripting in addition to Prime’s existing scripting tools.
Version 2.6 supports 16-bit colour space with 10-bit I/O, as well as the SMPTE ST 2110 IP protocol.