Vizrt Release Free Edition Of Viz Artist 4.2

Also launching today is the Viz Artist in Residence program, initiating the search for the world’s greatest Viz Artist designer.

Viz Artist 4.2 works together with Viz Engine to deliver photorealistic and data-driven graphics. All scenes created with the free version of Viz Artist 4.2 are compatible with the commercial versions that are offered with Viz Engine. Viz Artist also integrates with other leading Vizrt graphics solutions.

In conjunction with the availability of the free edition of Viz Artist is the unveiling of the inaugural Viz Artist in Residence program.

“Working with the passionate people who are at the forefront of live production graphics innovation, the winner of the Viz Artist In Residence program will be provided with unparalleled opportunities and the support required to take their talents, skills, and career to new heights,” said Steve Wind-Mozley, Chief Marketing Officer of the Vizrt Group. “Our winner will be the creative who impresses our panel of expert judges the most, with their understanding of scene architecture, creative flair, storytelling craft, use of data integration and workflow experience.”

Entrants will be chosen from resumes and portfolio samples by a panel of industry experts from the world’s top broadcasters. Finalists will then be asked to create a data-driven virtual set scene showcasing the power of Viz Artist. The winner will be offered a 12 month Viz Artist residency, a six-figure USD pay prize, mentoring, coaching and support and more. Four runners up will receive USD $15,000 Vizrt Flexible Access credits and more.

Adaptive Rate Control function provides a more stable connection, optimized for the network environment and available bandwidth. Supporting RTMP/RTMPS (Real Time Messaging) Protocol, the cameras will directly stream to social media platforms with a simple and quick connection.

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