Broadcast Pix Showcases Production Switchers

Broadcast Pix will demonstrate the new Broadcast Pix Commander series of live production systems and BPNet, a cloud-based video workflow service.

The BPNet production ecosystem works as an independent system or with Broadcast Pix integrated production switchers. From a web browser, it enables users to collaborate from anywhere, convert video files, and distribute content to any social media or broadcast platform with a single click. BPNet Upload, a free app for iOS and Android mobile devices, works in conjunction with BPNet to allow reporters to transfer media files from the field directly to a Broadcast Pix system.

Designed for government, education, corporate, and live events, Broadcast Pix Commander allows non-technical personnel to execute sophisticated productions. Its touchscreen control panel dramatically simplifies switching, robotic camera control, and the use of graphics, clips and effects. Available in three configurations, Commander can be customized with the optional BPCommand toolkit or integrated with existing Broadcast Pix switchers with the Commander Interface Option.

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