Renewed Vision to launch ProPresenter 6 at 2015 NAB Show


Renewed Vision


At the 2015 NAB Show, Renewed Vision will evolve the storytelling and production capabilities of ProPresenter for broadcast studios, sports venues and live corporate, worship and entertainment events, with an array of new tools and features that amplify the way live production teams present dynamic, high-quality content.


Like previous-generation versions, ProPresenter 6 is, at its core, a cross-platform (Mac and Windows) lyric, slide, and media presentation package. It remains the lowest cost system of its kind, merging dynamic multiscreen software with off-the-shelf computer hardware to make high-quality live productions simple and affordable. In a typical application, operators control a presentation on one screen, while dynamically affecting the visuals and lyrics experienced by audiences on one or more additional screens. Outputs are always live, allowing operators to edit one presentation as audiences view another—eliminating the complex nature of working across separate editing and presentation applications.


However, ProPresenter 6 boosts live production capabilities in broadcast, sports and professional AV environments through enhanced video presentation quality and richer content editing tools. Additionally, ProPresenter 6 bolsters social media management with moderated Twitter and Instagram support, integrating both platforms into a single search field to more easily manage, and approve, a continuous flow of social media content in real time.


“ProPresenter 6 is built to help our customers tell their stories in the most engaging way possible, and with the quality and professionalism required for the most demanding live applications,” said Brad Weston, president, Renewed Vision. “With a simple user interface and a revamped video engine, broadcasters and production teams can be up and running within minutes while powering dynamic, multiscreen content to audiences of all sizes, whether in a local venue or broadcast.”


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