Metacast provides users with a complete graphics toolset for weather-driven news stories.
ChyronHego will display new features for its Metacast Professional Weather Graphics platform.
Broadcasters around the world have used ChyronHego Metacast to create high-impact, reliable, efficient, and data-driven weather graphics. As a stand-alone system within a broadcasting operation or as a production tool in an integrated 24/7 newsroom environment, Metacast provides users with a complete graphics toolset for weather-driven news stories.
At the 2015 NAB Show, ChyronHego will showcase a new version of Metacast with significant performance and usability enhancements to further streamline weather workflows.
The company will also debut its new Metacast Media Maker, a template-based version of ChyronHego’s Metacast professional weather graphics solution. Metacast Media Maker delivers all of the rendering and output capabilities of the full Metacast solution in a set of pre-defined templates that connect to multiple live-weather data inputs. Users can render constantly updated weather clips that can be delivered live into a ChyronHego BlueNet graphics workflow, an internal MAM, or any other file-based workflow.
ChyronHego will exhibit in booth Booth SL1110 at NAB 2015.
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