Broadcast Pix introduces multi-screen support
Broadcast Pix will introduce multi-screen support for its 1 M/E Granite and Mica Video Control Centers at InfoComm 2012 on booth C7345.
Now, three "programs" can be generated using the system’s program output and two enhanced PowerAux outputs, and each can be controlled by a separate panel or Soft Panel.
The new multi-screen technology is suitable for driving three image magnification (I-MAG) screens, as each uses patented technology to maintain one frame of constant delay for continual lip sync throughout a presentation. With PowerAux, additional outputs from the system stay in sync, even when different content is being displayed.
PowerAux can also be used to produce any combination of I-MAG screens, Internet feeds, and live television productions. Each new PowerAux output can switch between any camera, clip, graphic, or even program, and then add up to six keys on top. For example, while the program out provides I-MAG on one screen, one PowerAux can provide different programming to another screen while the second PowerAux can be used to feed different content to a streaming appliance for online distribution. All outputs can be controlled through the system control panel – for richer productions, each PowerAux output can be individually controlled through a Soft Panel, iPad app, or another physical control panel.
PowerAux is a free download available in Beta now, and will be available for all Granite and Mica customers with the release of Video Control Center 3.1 software in July.