Aesthetically pleasing 3D titles and graphics are integral to providing the wow factor that keeps today’s broadcast viewers glued to the screen. These visual elements—including 3D and 2D titles, animated graphics and real-time data-driven overlays—provide the vital contextual information that enables viewers to fully appreciate and understand the events they are watching.
For a growing urban area, local broadcast TV stations are under pressure to give residents news that is hyper-local, live, and well executed. With this goal in mind for Louisville’s metropolitan region, Fox affiliate WDRB-TV invested in an extra studio and put Autoscript E.P.I.C. teleprompters at the forefront of their new facilities.
Being able to search through a script by words as easily as scanning footage by time code is once again possible now that Avid has gained access to Nexidia’s phonetic technology.
At the NAB Show NY conference, Digital Nirvana will exhibit its full line of enterprise-level workflows that allow users to efficiently create different types of captions and subtitles. The text graphics can those created in post-production as well as Pop-on, Subtitles, and Roll-up captions.
Digital Nirvana’s new transport stream recorder and automated closing captioning services will soon be on display in NYC’s Javits Center.
Deluxe Entertainment Services Group has bought Sfera Studios and Sfera Labs to enhance its content localisation efforts. The new division is led by former Google Head of Global Language Services Derek McKellar.