ATHENSA Announces IBC Debut Of AirBox 7, TitleBox 7 And CaptureBox 7

ATHENSA, the new broadcast technology platform originator, announces debut for AirBox 7, TitleBox 7, and CaptureBox 7. The latest solutions include UHD ingest, graphics and playout support, seriously improved performance, AJA support, resources optimization and new GUI.

ATHENSA AirBox 7 can run as a stand-alone solution and provides the necessary playout automation processes needed in today’s broadcast facilities. Its modular architecture makes it suitable not only for broadcasting organizations of any size but for media professionals who need seamless content playout automation. Available in UHD/HD/SD-SDI or IP streaming, ATHENSA PLAYOUT secures unattended operations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

TitleBox 7 is a sophisticated, yet extremely user-friendly on-air CG and graphics manager which lets broadcasters create different static or dynamic objects such as rolls, crawls, multi-layered simultaneous still pictures, analog and digital clocks, animated logos and save them in projects. These can easily be used for direct broadcasting or as customized templates for future use.

CaptureBox 7 enables multiple channels of UHD/HD/SD content to be captured from UKD/HD/SD-SDI digital feeds, analog sources and MPEG transport streams. Four video sources can be monitored on a single screen and controlled via a new streamlined user interface. Audio levels can be monitored as loudness/true-peak displays and adjusted when required.

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