Vizrt Offers Flexible Access For Live Production

Flexible Access is a Vizrt initiative allowing customers to adapt and scale their production software up and down to meet rapidly changing production needs.

Vizrt Production Control is one of five software Solution Suites made available exclusively via Flexible Access. Daniel Nergard, President of Vizrt said, “The software revolution has been adopted at a slower pace inside the central core of the TV station – the control room. This constrains storytellers from being as productive, effective, and creative as they want to be. Vizrt Production Control changes that reality. This comprehensive software-driven suite is both powerful and agile, letting the storyteller choose how to deploy, where to produce from, and which day-to-day tasks to automate.”

Vizrt Production Control can be deployed on premises using COTS hardware or virtualized in cloud environments. Customers choose from three tiers of production control capabilities and options to suit specific requirements. Producers can manage entire programs from a single solution that re-defines the need for traditional control rooms. Advanced Vizrt graphics creation and control is available for the most demanding content enhancement through cutting-edge and real-time 3D graphics, and data-driven elements.

“Production Control automation streamlines productions, reduces errors, and remotely controls all production systems. Producers can use the same assets and templates across multiple production sites for more consistent results while focusing their time and effort on producing engaging content. Show set-up and preparation takes mere minutes, further improving the efficiency and allocation of resources.”

Vizrt Production Control is available exclusively via Flexible Access in annual or month-to-month payment plans. 

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