CTpro Updates Mobile Video Suite at IBC

CTpro has announced a full portfolio of updates to the Mobile Video Suite, designed exclusively for iOS devices.

CTpro’s Mobile Video Suite provides an integrated suite of tools for producing mobile content anywhere. Designed by a team of TV professionals, CTpro’s low level code optimizes the power of the latest Apple iPhone technology to shoot, edit and broadcast in accordance of TV standards.

It offers 25 or 30 fps user switchable, the native YUV data recorded using either HEVC or H.264 Codecs at a constant frame rate.

CTpro features built in professional tools such as zebra, color waveform, scalable vector-scope, frame accurate editing, B-roll video track, voice over and professional titling tools. CTpro also offers an intelligent audio mixing function as well a live streaming function capable of broadcasting content directly from a smartphone, with the option to add pre-edited content during playout.

At IBC, CTpro will introduce a host of new features for its all-in-one mobile video suite, including Bluetooth microphone support, WOWZA CDN smart integration allowing streaming to multiple destinations simultaneously, embedded compatibility with Scandisk iXpand drives to import, export and share media, and a new titling workflow, offering three independent overlay tracks with animated title presets.

CTpro will also unveil the ‘Xrig’ prototype, an all encompassing smartphone rig that has been designed as the perfect companion to CTpro Mobile Video Suite.

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