Flowics Graphics Web-Based Editor.
Flowics Graphics says it supports the GV Media Universe Alliance to add broadcast-quality HTML5 cloud-based graphics to live productions.
Flowics Graphics enables the creation of graphic overlays for all kinds of productions. Providing numerous creative building blocks, data connectors, as well as options for customization and animation, the solution can be integrated with Grass Valley AMPP-supported production switching, master control, and other production tools.
“Graphics have been widely pinpointed as a target for accelerated adoption of the cloud across broadcast, and conversations with our own customer base indicate a growing reliance on cloud-based workflows,” said Flowics CEO and Founder Gabriel Baños. “Thanks to the integration of these two solutions, broadcasters and other content creators will be able to experience the benefits of an end-to-end, fully cloud-based workflow for graphics overlay production.”
“Flowics Graphics is a proven graphics overlay solution that has resonated with broadcasters, content services, and other production teams due to its impressive flexibility and feature set,” said Costa Nikols, vice president global sales enablement and training at GV. “As part of the GV Media Universe combined ecosystem of technology and business solutions, Flowics Graphics and AMPP together will make it easier for graphics customers around the world to accelerate their migration to the cloud.”
You might also like...
Maintaining controlled access is critical for any secure network, especially when working with high-value media in broadcast environments.
Covid-19 may have changed the course of broadcasting but has not slowed its development, judging from NAB 2022, the first major industry show with a physical presence since before the pandemic.
It was in December 2018, during the Rugby World Cup hosted by Japan, that national broadcaster NHK began testing what it called its “Super Hi-Vision” 8K system, broadcasting images via satellite at up to 16x greater than that of HD—with a com…
NAB happened! Yes, footfall was inevitably down and there were fewer vendors exhibiting, but the show went on. And what a great success it was too.
As we saw earlier when discussing transform duality, when something happens on one side of a transform, we can predict through duality what to expect on the other side.