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Fort Lee, N.J., March 22, 2010 – FOR-A, a leading manufacturer of video and audio systems for the broadcast and professional video industries, will introduce the VTW-330HS HD/SD Character Generator and LTG-50HS HD/SD Logo/Title Generator at the 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nev., April 12-15 (Booth C5219).

With its lightweight, compact design, the VTW-330HS is a portable, affordable Character Generator that is the perfect addition for users of FOR-A’s HVS-300HS switcher or any of FOR-A’s Hanabi line of switchers. The LTG-50HS is a high-performance character generator that can superimpose camera titles, date and time, logos, and graphics on HD/SD-SDI video signals.


“Built to perform and packed with features in a vibration-resistant 1 RU case, the VTW-330HS is an ideal CG for portable production systems and a great addition for those mobile event production application systems,? said Hiro Tanoue, president, FOR-A Corporation of America. “Our GenCG software makes it easy to produce multi-layer graphics using original artwork or templates.?

VTW-330HS – HD/SD cHaracter generator

The VTW-330HS offers a rich array of features such as drawing functions and templates. More than 260 transition functions come standard, including roll, crawl, fade in/out, slide, and wipe. Equipped with video and key inputs, it can capture still images from HD/SD-SDI video. Its program and preview outputs allow independent video/key output of each.

The GenCG software included with the VTW-330HS provides an intuitive easy to use user interface. Images can be imported from Adobe Photoshop and other programs to create multi-layer graphics, plus still images can be captured from live HD/SD video for graphics as well. An auto-preview function allows the operator to instantly check the image over live video, while a thumbnail or list display allows confirmation of on-air and upcoming graphics.

LTG-50HS- HD/SD LOGO/Title Generator

Equipped with HD/SD-SDI input/output, the LTG-50HS offers two types of display fonts, Gothic and Roman, in five different sizes. Up to 40 characters per row can be displayed in up to 10 rows per page, with a maximum of 256 pages. Text color can be changed in each line, and logos and graphics can be displayed at any selected position.

Other features include a text crawl display (up to two lines) and a built-in date and time display function (with an external correction input). The LTG-50HS includes a LAN interface as well as RS-232C connectivity to allow easy display setting and character registration from a PC.

The VTW-330HS will be available late March 2010. The LTG-50HS will be available late April 2010.

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