NewTek At IBC 2019

NewTek will demonstrate the universal power of IP video at IBC, giving customers breakthrough capabilities and unprecedented options that seek to transform the way video is produced.

At IBC 2019, NewTek plans to expand its position in software defined visual storytelling and IP video production. The company will show revolutionary automation, limitless live production software, and fast, easy IP video solutions to expand user capabilities in unprecedented ways

“It is clearer than ever that IP is not only the standard for video production, it is the future of video,” said Dr. Andrew Cross, president of R&D for Vizrt Group, the parent brand for NewTek. “Our mission is to empower video storytellers and expand their reach, making it fun and exciting to create shows and get your message out. Our newest products like Live Story Creator, TriCaster 410 Plus and NewTek Spark Plus 4K offer something extraordinarily powerful for any level user.”

Redefining Possibilities

NewTek Premium Access software allows storytellers to optimize their total cost of ownership of NewTek production systems with the latest cutting-edge features. Leading the pack is Live Story Creator, a groundbreaking approach to program automation using Microsoft Word. Using the world’s leading word processing program, simply build a script in Microsoft Word with triggers for actions, and easily execute a show once loaded into TriCaster or VMC1. Premium Access also includes scalable NDI recording and replay with full synchronization for easy multi-camera production, digital media aspect ratios and frame rates for delivery to digital screens as well as LiveGraphics, NDI KVM, LivePanel, Advance Audio, Virtual PTZ, and more.

The familiar TriCaster interface remains virtually unchanged.

The familiar TriCaster interface remains virtually unchanged.

New TriCaster 410 Plus

The latest line-up of TriCaster systems equip digital media professionals with an entire suite of media production capabilities putting quality, consistency and efficiency at your fingertips. The newest addition is TriCaster 410 Plus, a rack mountable system with 8 external inputs, 4 M/Es, 4 mix outputs, real-time social media publishing, live streaming, multi-channel recording, video playback, integrated multiviewers, graphics, compositing, virtual sets, audio mixing along with NDI integration for video, audio and data transmission over IP. Powered by innovative software defined technology, these tools unleash your inner artist and turn every frame of video into an artistic masterpiece.

Spark

NewTek Spark converters capture video directly from connected cameras or devices for transport over the network as visually lossless. Newest to the line is Spark Plus, a high-bandwidth NDI device supporting resolutions up to 4K from HDMI-to-NDI, with virtually no latency. Spark Plus devices are the smallest, fastest and easiest way to acquire a 4K video source from anywhere on the network. Future proof legacy capture devices by augmenting your hardware investment with NewTek Spark converters to unlock the possibilities of IP-based software defined visual storytelling.

The company will also show its 3Play 3P1, feature-rich replay in IP and SDI with built-in telestration, the NVG1 IP Graphics Server world-class graphics composition and playout to enhance productions, and NDI PTZ Camera with video, audio, control, tally, and power all on one Ethernet cable.

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