Ross Video’s Graphite all-in-one production solution is now shipping

Ross Video’s Graphite all-in-one production solution is now shipping

Ross Video delivers integrated production solution for mid-size productions

Ross Video has announced that their new Graphite All-In-One Production Solution is now shipping and available.

 

Unveiled at NAB 2017, Graphite combines the performance of a 2ME Carbonite production switcher, the 3D graphics of XPression, an instant access clip server, and the complete 28 channel RAVE audio mixer into an all-in-one production solution.

 

With Ross’ DashBoard control system, operation of each Graphite component is achieved through a single interface or via separate network-connected PC workstations. With DashBoard CustomPanels, users are able to create interfaces tailored to their specific show requirements for streamlined operations.

 

Graphite possesses dedicated-hardware to eliminate stuttered animations, unresponsive operation, and other issues that result from overtaxed PCs. In the event of a host computer-based crash, Graphite’s internal Carbonite switcher and RAVE audio mixer will continue to run without pause, all the user needs to do is keep the power plugged in.

 

More information at www.rossvideo.com/production-switchers/graphite/.


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