ChyronHego Paint 7.4 Provides Powerful Sports Telestration and Analysis

Paint is ChyronHego’s award-winning telestration analysis solution for sports broadcasting used by broadcasters throughout the world.

Paint's power lies in its feature-rich set of tools and its sheer simplicity of use, which means that anyone working on a sports production can use the tool whether in front of the camera or behind the scenes. 

Sportscasters or even assistant producers can use Paint to help them create informative and visually appealing sports highlights without the need for additional infrastructure or specialist operators.

At the 2018 IBC Show, ChyronHego will highlight Version 7.4 of Paint with significant new features to support today's advanced broadcast operations. Paint 7.4 now boasts full 4K support including built-in recording in 4K, as well as new IP capabilities and support for HTTP H.264 live IP stream recording. 

Also joining Paint's existing integration with EVS slow-motion replay servers is an all-new integration with the LiveTouch replay system from Grass Valley. The new version of Paint also includes new automatic player-tracking capabilities that remove the need for key framing, making the telestration solution fastest to air. 

In addition, ChyronHego will showcase Coach Paint Capture, a complete video telestration workflow for coaching staff – from content capture to logging/tagging and then illustration of the footage – in a single software-based solution.

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