Broadcast Pix Solutions Says It Simplifies Productions

At NAB Show NY, Broadcast Pix is showing the BPswitch broadcast and streaming software toolset.

The software includes such features as Media Aware Macros which assign both functionality and media content to a single button.

Broadcast Pix Commander offers user configurable control interfaces from remote browsers.

NewBlueNTX titling and effects engine delivers multi-layer 3D motion graphics and simple integration with live data feeds. There’s a hybrid I/O providing support for SDI, HDMI, IP, and NDI sources.

BPSwitch software is also available as a dedicated appliance, such as the recently released RadioPix. An integrated production system for visual radio applications, this product offers fully automated audio-video-follow productions, with a dedicated user interface designed for streamlined setup and operation. Ideal for radio studios equipped with fixed and/or PTZ cameras, RadioPix detects which microphones are active and uses sophisticated software to create compelling video productions without the need for a live operator.

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