Also showcased, will be Brainstorm’s full range of real-time 3D graphics, virtual studio and playout solutions.
At NAB 2013 (booth SL10621), Brainstorm Multimedia will be featuring its new range of product improvements which will further enhance the company’s reputation for providing the most flexible, lightening fast and comprehensive broadcast graphics packages available today.
For the first time in the US, Brainstorm will unveil the new Aston 3D, its real-time 3D graphics creation and playout solution now available for immediate delivery. Aston 3D was previewed at IBC 2012 to much acclaim and will shortly be launched in the UK at the upcoming BVE Show. Aston 3D is a complete and comprehensive graphics solution built to be the center of any design department and from there, through to CG and playout, fulfilling all the requirements of broadcasters, production services providers and design houses. With a vast feature set which boosts designers’ creativity, and with seamless integration in collaborative environments, Brainstorm brings the power of its eStudio render engine and the heritage of the Aston brand to a wider customer base.
Brainstorm will also showcase its complete range of products headed up by eStudio, arguably the fastest real-time 3D graphics and virtual set solution in the industry, and the core engine on which all other Brainstorm products run.
The popular EasySet 3D, affordable and easy-to-use trackless virtual set solution, will be at the centre of the booth with public demonstrations of its impressive features, including its new hardware controller, integrated chroma keyer, 2D titling system, virtual cameras and a multitude of other capabilities which make EasySet 3D the ultimate, affordable and easy-to-use virtual set solution.
New features for OnDemand, Brainstorm’s multi-purpose playout application, will be on show and its full integration with the rest of the Brainstorm range will be demonstrated. OnDemand provides operators with a flexible toolset to create rundown lists, modify them on the fly, and delve into the details allowing individual editing of elements such as graphics, videos and on-air shots, and then playing them out to air.
News environments can benefit hugely from BrainNews, Brainstorm’s MOS compatible template-based graphics solution for news. BrainNews will figure prominently on the Brainstorm stand, demonstrating the power and enhancing effects of graphics integration in the newsroom without the need of constant input from designers.