PowerClips, ChyronHego’s latest production clip server for broadcast environments, is set to be featured heavily by the company at IBC.
Available in a 1RU, 2-channel standard model or a 2RU, 4-channel fully optioned system, PowerClips is recommended for playback of segments such as news bumpers, station promos and coming ups. PowerClips features a tab-view user interface that allows the operator to layout all command and control panels according to their operational requirements. Key features include the ability to play multiple layers on a single channel, external automation control via VDCP protocol, and playback of a variety of clip formats supported by Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Suite and Avid Media Composer.
Built-in MOS integration makes PowerClips an integral part of ChyronHego’s BlueNet graphics workflow system for news, sports and entertainment.
Among the additional featured technologies on the stand will be the CAMIO4, version 4.0 of the company’s graphics asset management server. It integrates a MOS gateway, asset management, distribution, and playout control. Its created to provide journalists with an easy-to-use interface with newsroom computer systems that allows users to select, populate and preview graphics templates, and to publish them to a graphics device for playback. Features include Unicode support for multiple languages within the UI and metadata, and .web services based framework for faster processing and expandability.