Broadcasters need tightly integrated graphics platforms that cater to viewers’ traditional broadcast and digital platforms.
International broadcasters Teleticino and IB3 have revamped their broadcast graphics capabilities with the new Dalet CubeNG solution powered by the Brainstorm real-time graphics engine. As a core component of the Dalet Galaxy five platform for news workflows, Dalet CubeNG enables Teleticino and IB3 to create dynamic branding that up-levels visual news narratives across traditional, digital and social channels.
Teleticino, an Italian-language television channel based in Switzerland, provides news and entertainment programming for the Ticino canton region. IB3, public radio and television channel of the Balearic Islands in Spain, caters to local viewers’ traditional broadcast and digital platforms.
Jérémy Krein, Dalet CubeNG Product Manager, said that with news consumption growth across digital channels and audiences craving image-rich news stories, it’s critical that broadcasters have a connected premium graphics workflow that empowers journalists with tools to add engaging visuals that drive a consistent brand whether they are covering a breaking news event for primetime television or bringing viewers on a content journey across social platforms.
The Dalet CubeNG features a scalable architecture and web-based UI with an embedded Brainstorm real-time 3D graphics engine.
“With graphics creation and delivery at the heart of the story-centric news workflow, Dalet CubeNG enables a seamless multimedia production experience that is a quantum leap ahead of its predecessor in terms of quality, features and performance,” he said. “And it’s available today for Dalet Galaxy five customers.”
A major upgrade to the existing Dalet Cube graphics platform, Dalet CubeNG features a redesigned, scalable architecture and web-based UI. The embedded, high-performance Brainstorm real-time 3D graphics engine expands on-air and file-based graphics capabilities with its support for 4K and user-defined options, added primitives for building 2D and 3D graphics, support for Unicode fonts and languages, and outstanding transition logic.
Natively connected to Dalet Galaxy five, Dalet CubeNG provides the ability to perform live changes on playback with support for updating behaviors and conditions. Its toolset and template-based workflow enables broadcasters to scale the production and delivery of news packages across all traditional and digital channels. As the Dalet Galaxy five media asset management control layer tracks every graphic object, staff, including journalists, can search on any and every graphic element, making it easy to collaborate and repurpose material. The robust Dalet API enables extensible workflows and services that extend the graphics production and delivery capabilities.
“Clients like Teleticino, who already rely on Dalet Galaxy five for editorial management and process orchestration realize the workflow advantages that seamless integration brings,” said Krein. “Dalet CubeNG eliminates the shortcomings of a multi-vendor graphics integration, facilitating full access and control over premium graphical elements within a workflow framework they are already familiar with.”
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