Chyron has recently shared how HBCU GO with its graphic solution: Hego. HBCU GO is a media provider for the nation’s 107 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). With this solution, they free stream the production of Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) football games.
With this solution,
Chyron has recently announced a major update to its cloud-native live production platform: Chyron LIVE. 1.2 update introduces a set of graphics templates that are customizable within LIVE's web interface. It also enhances user experience with asset import, live production controls, and audio commentary.
Chyron has recently updated its PRIME platform. The new 4.6 version enhances the very same PRIME platform, PRIME CG’s Designer interface, and PRIME Edge interactive graphics solutions.
The objective is to ease production workflows in the cloud, leverage data in real time to drive productions, and
Chyron has recently announced version 1.8 of PRIME VSAR. It merges graphics of Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4 with Chyron's built-for-broadcast design, editorial, and live production capabilities. The objective is to reduce virtual production complexity.
PRIME VSAR 1.8 supports the latest and final release of the
Chyron has introduced PAINT 9.3. This replay tool has been enhanced with AI. Automatic pitch calibration (soccer) and automatic player tracking tools (soccer and American football) represent the first AI-driven tools within PAINT. AI algorithms save operators valuable time in generating sports clips.
Thanks to PAINT
Chyron has recently introduced PRIME 4.5. The new version adds features that simplify the shift toward cloud-based workflows for live uncompressed video, give users control over live data without the need for complex scripting, bring efficiency to common data-management and scene-building tasks and automate virtual
Chyron has announced during NAB Show the launch of Chyron LIVE, an end-to-end, cloud-native live video production platform with high-end switching, graphics, clips player, replay, telestration, and asset management capabilities.
The platform can bring camera feeds in through a variety of transport protocols and is designed
Chyron has recently announced two additions to its board of directors that, in words of the company, will enhance their products.
Nikole McStanley has been named Product Portfolio Director of Live Production Technology, which includes the PRIME platform and all its modules: CG graphics, branding, clip
Chyron has recently released the version 4.3 of its PRIME Platform. The upgrade introduces the new PRIME Edge module for creation, deployment, and management of viewer-controlled interactive graphics.
“Imagine the power for viewer retention if you give the viewer the ability to ‘surf’ content without ever
NBC Sports has recently annuonced that they selected Chyron to provide systems for live, on-air graphics with integrated data as well as systems to drive graphics displays to studio video walls for its production of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games, from Beijing, China.
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