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Compix Media HD World Preview

HD World Preview
Compix Media
Booth 1345

Compix Contact:
Veronica Kim
Vice President
Tel: +1 (949) 585-0055 x118
E-mail: veronica.kim@compix.tv
Web site: www.compixmedia.com

Agency Contact:
Netra Ghosh
Wall Street Communications
Tel: 1 (801) 266-0077
E-mail: netra@wallstcom.com

Company Overview:

Compix Media Inc., the “character-driven” character generator company based in Irvine, Calif., is a global provider of the world’s most affordable broadcast graphics systems. Compix systems have been on the air 24/7 since 1986, delivering broadcast graphic solutions in more than 17,000 locations, spanning more than 80 countries. Generating award-winning, elegant, and easy-to-use solutions, Compix CGs are available in single and multichannel analog, SD-SDI, and HD configurations. Every Compix broadcast graphics system boasts 100 percent broadcast quality and cutting-edge features and is backed by the remarkable Compix Freedom Support Plan. Compix clients include all major television broadcast and cable networks, post, sports, educational, military, worship, government, and corporate facilities. www.compix.tv

Compix at HD World:

CYNERG2 Character Generator
First unveiled at the 2009 NAB Show, and garnering the prestigious Pick Hit award, the new Compix CynerG2 is a broadcast-quality, dual-channel HD CG with unrivalled price/performance for the broadcast, sports, professional, educational, and government markets. Capable of simultaneously outputting graphics in either SD-SDI or HD-SDI, Compix’s new dual-channel CynerG2 packs a powerful punch into a conveniently sized 4-RU chassis.

CynerG2 has the inherent advantage of branding multiple video streams with different overlay material from a single chassis and one easy-to-use interface. Rather than invest in two separate CG systems, users can apply the CynerG2 to two different functions at once, saving both time and money. Additionally, because the data required to create and play back graphics can be used between the product’s two internal systems, users need only maintain one set of graphics data. Dedicated logo insertion, EAS message generation, and automated template-based sports score generation are also features supported by the CynerG2.

COMPACTCG
The Compix CompactCG is a portable CG that offers the specs and rich feature set of a full-size system in a rugged 1-RU chassis. Purpose-built for mobile broadcast and OB vans, flypack systems, multivenue use, and other space-constrained applications, the CompactCG is an affordable stand-alone system that leverages the power of Compix’s industry leading CG systems.

The CompactCG is both easy to install and easy to use, providing automated template-based graphics generation and real-time graphics overlay of live video in analog or SD-SDI productions. Like all other Compix CG solutions, the CompactCG supports 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios, Windows® IME (input method editor) multiple language settings, and TrueType® fonts, enabling true multilingual support and unlimited font styles. The CompactCG meets SD-SDI and analog composite NTSC and PAL specifications, including ITU-R BT.470-6 with embedded audio pass-through, and EIA-608b closed captioning compatibility.

The new portable CG from Compix is ideal for channel-branding applications, with software options including NewsScroll with RSS, which provides the power of multiple crawls, logos, a real-time clock, live weather updates, ratings, live RSS feeds, and more. Compix offers the new CG in two configurations: CompactCG SD-SDI and CompactCG Analog. The CompactCG SD-SDI is a single-channel system with video and key, as well as input video overlay. The CompactCG Analog is a single-channel SD system that provides a composite NTSC and PAL and component analog broadcast-quality input and output, with video and key, plus internal video overlay. Both configurations can be used with or without a video switcher, and each includes an input video mechanical bypass relay to ensure signal integrity even if power to the unit is lost.

CompixMOS 2.0
CompixMOS 2.0 is an easy-to-use MOS interface for advanced newsroom integration of content from graphics systems, still stores, and clip players. Bringing an elegant and affordable implementation of the MOS protocol to a wide range of users, CompixMOS 2.0 allows insertion of CG events directly into newsroom scripts. By supporting the integration of discrete external devices, the interface allows users to build high-quality news products ready to air from within the NRCS rundown script interface.

CompixMOS 2.0 operates with world-leading newsroom computer systems including AP ENPS, Avid® iNEWS®, OCTOPUS, and EZNews. Tools for browsing graphic templates, populating selected graphics with news information, and previewing graphics prior to air together enable convenient, accurate graphics insertion from any workstation on the NRCS network. CompixMOS 2.0 requires only a basic networked computer to run the software and handle network traffic.

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