Broadcast Pix Launches GX Hybrid Integrated Production System

Broadcast Pix has announced a new integrated production solution to meet the demands of today’s hybrid, multi-format work environments.

The new 22 input GX Hybrid is the most comprehensive integrated production software solution on the market. With a further eight channels of clips and graphics, six assignable outputs, 2TB of server storage and built-in streaming, recording and audio mixing makes it perfect for many markets, from local sports coverage to regional news.

Ideal for remote productions the GX Hybrid includes Remote Commander, which enables multiple remote-control surfaces and UI’s to control a single switcher core, so the technical director could be in New York, graphics operator in Florida and camera operator in Boston all connected via the internet.

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