MEDIA 5 Arrives With 4K MAM And Graphics Solutions

A new version of Media 5’s M-MAM (Media 5 Media Asset Manager) will be shown as well as the CG5 Fortress 4K character generator.

The latest M-MAM from Media 5 is designed to efficiently manage large volumes of digital files, allowing centralized control of all the broadcast content. Users can define and customize data bases, archive, ingest, save, catalogue, publish, search, version control and so on.

CG5 Fortress 4K is the firm’s newest character generator. It incorporates tools to generate and animate 3D templates, supports 3DS MAX, 2D and 3D environments simultaneously on the same project and DVE.

NAB visitors will also find there its new systems for 4K playout, multiformat recording, slow motion play, archiving and logger.
Media 5 says it has also achieved integration companies like AJA, Bluefish, NewTek and Matrox.

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