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ChyronHego Upgrades CAMIO Graphic System to HTML5

A new 4.2.2 version of graphic asset management server CAMIO for news production comes with the HubDrive file distribution tool and LUCI5 and an HTML5 update of the user interface.

With LUCI5, the HTML5-based plugin, producers are able to browse, create, and order images and video assets without having to leave the familiar environment of their newsroom computer systems (NRCS). The interface also supports some older NRCS via an ActiveX container. 

“LUCI5 places powerful content generation tools at the producer's fingertips, making creation of reusable graphics, clips, and automated cues fast and easy,” says ChyronHego. “Since LUCI5 is a webpage served from CAMIO, producers will always get the latest version of LUCI without the need for software upgrades at their workstations.”

ChyronHego's new HubDrive feature is a Dropbox-like folder synchronization and file distribution system for art departments to distribute CAMIO content automatically to a network of playout devices. HubDrive automatically installs necessary fonts and ensures that all required files are distributed where they are needed throughout the network.

Support for the full range of solutions in the CAMIO Universe ensures that all your graphics content is in place when and where it is needed,” states the developer.

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