Broadcast Pix introduces FX Hybrid, a new model to the 4K Hybrid line up .
Broadcast Pix introduces the FX Hybrid, bringing the new Hybrid architecture to the AV market with the most powerful performance for the price in its class.
The FX Hybrid delivers incredible flexibility, from HDMI to SDI to network inputs at 4K resolution and replaces the legacy FX series with a single more powerful and flexible model.
The FX Hybrid also includes Commander, the totally configurable browser-based remote user interface, media aware macros and the recently released GuestPix as standard providing industry leading control, automation, and connectivity.
The FX Hybrid features:
- 6 Network + 4 HDMI/SDI + 1 HDMI/SDI/Analog Inputs
- 1 NDI + 1 HD/SDI + 1 SD/SDI + 1 HDMI + 1 Analog output
- Built-in 3D motion CG graphics system for the easy creation of dazzling graphics
- 8 channels of clips and graphics with 60 hours of storage
- 3 keyers each with DVEs and Virtual Studios with ClearKey chromakeyer
- 1080p/60 and 4K ready hardware server
- GuestPix remote guest integration
- Media aware macro automation
- Program recording and integrated streaming to Facebook Live and other CDNs
- Internal audio mixing
- Integrated PTZ camera control of leading robotic cameras
- Remote “browser-based” and “easy-to-operate” user interfaces with Commander
- Full motion BPview customizable multi-view monitoring
“Designed for today’s hybrid production environments, the FX Hybrid is great for churches, schools, government agencies, businesses, and broadcasters, who need to utilize their existing gear while integrating IP cameras, computer-generated content and other NDI sources,” said Graham Sharp, CEO, Broadcast Pix. “This easy-to-use and future-proof solution supports the live production needs of our users today and into the future, at an affordable price.”
You might also like...
Designing and building a production control room means different things to different people and is often accomplished in a myriad of ways.
The more digital TV technology advances, the more the fundamental elements of TV remain the same.
FOR-A was founded in Tokyo in October 1971, to develop video processing devices. The name FOR-A is a deliberate echo of the Japanese expression Han’ei, which can be roughly translated as “prosperity with partners/customers”.
While cloud-based, decentralized infrastructures are increasingly becoming an efficient way to produce and distribute live and pre-recorded television content, it all starts with a control room, physically located somewhere that must be staffed and sources managed with the utmost care.…
Founded in 2001, Blackmagic Design is based in Melbourne, Australia, with offices in Fremont and Burbank, Calif. in the U.S., as well as Manchester, England, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.