Brainstorm to Showcase New Graphic Solutions at IBC 2017

Brainstorm will highlight new broadcast graphics management solutions at IBC 2017

Brainstorm will introduce a new integrated, MOS-based template-based graphics news system that allows for complex graphics integration not only in the newsroom but also in most of the common broadcast workflows, which allows the newsroom to support continuity and broadcast traffic as well. 

This solution builds on the experience gained with BrainNews which is the company’s graphics for news application. The solution enables the newsroom to become a sophisticated, MOS-compatible on-air graphics control system that allows the integration of Brainstorm’s powerful real-time, high-quality 3D graphics engine into the broadcast workflow without the need for continuous input from designers.

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