Broadcast Pix Launches MX Hybrid

The company’s latest Integrated Production Solution, MX Hybrid supports a mix of SDI, HDMI and IP Video sources.

“We are very pleased to announce MX Hybrid, the latest product in our range of easy-to-use live production solutions,” said Graham Sharp, CEO, Broadcast Pix. “The feature rich, future proof and flexible MX Hybrid will serve the production needs of government, broadcast, live events, and visual radio users – well into the future with its hybrid input configuration and video format agnostic support. We are offering competitive upgrades to existing users and coupled with our customer support packages, we are fulfilling our vow never to leave any customer behind.”

The MX Hybrid features: 

  • 8 Network/IP + 3 SDI (HD/4K) + 1 HDMI/SDI/Analog inputs
  • 4 (2 SDI + 2 NDI) Program and Aux assignable outputs
  • 6 Keyers with DVEs and chromakey
  • Remote “Browser-Based” and “Easy-To-Operate” User Interfaces
  • GuestPix remote guest integration
  • Integrated Chat and Intercom
  • Enhanced macros to automate repetitive tasks and ensure consistency of production
  • Built-in streaming, recording and audio mixing
  • Hardware that fully supports 1080p/60 and 4K




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