Broadcast Pix Showcases New Upgrades at CCW 2012
Company will showcase its Mica? 2000 Video Control Center? and new Version 3.2 software for Mica and Granite? systems
Billerica, Massachusetts ? Broadcast Pix? will showcase its Mica? 2000 Video Control Center? and new Version 3.2 software for Mica and Granite? systems at Content & Communications World (CCW), which runs Nov. 14-15, 2012, at the Javits Convention Center in New York (Booth 861).
?CCW is an excellent opportunity for us to connect with our East Coast customers who weren?t able to attend the bigger shows in Las Vegas this year,? said Ken Swanton, CEO, Broadcast Pix. ?For some, it will also offer their first hands-on demo of our Mica product line, which has been very well received in the industry. CCW is also a great chance to introduce our new V3.2 workflow software, which enhances five core components of our systems and makes it easier than ever to create great live video with confidence.?
Launched in late 2011, Mica integrated production systems harness the native HD technology from the award-winning Granite product line in a compact, cost effective package. Mica?s multi-definition production switcher can mix eight HD/SD-SDI inputs with seven channels of internal clips, animations, and graphics, with support for up to six keyers and DVEs, six HD/SD-SDI outputs, and two DVI outputs. Each of the four Mica models also includes Broadcast Pix Fluent? workflow tools, including built-in 30-hour clip store, CG, macros, and customizable multi-viewer.