Vidigo Launches VIdigo Live Pro @ IBC 2012
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VIDIGO LAUNCHES VIDIGO LIVE PRO AT IBC 2012
New Live Assist and Multi-viewer significantly increase productivity
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 6, 2012
VidiGo B.V. (www.vidigo.tv), a leading developer of smart software products for creating and managing broadcast quality TV, is launching Vidigo Live PRO at IBC 2012.
VidiGo LIVE PRO is a complete live production solution with up to three layers of workflow automation. This complete and software-based multi camera control system offers up to 12 HD inputs, two built-in VidiGo Graphics engines, four video players, unlimited MEs, multi-viewers, macros & scripting modules and the new Live Assist module.
VidiGo Live Assist is the ultimate remote control to create and supervise rundowns of entire shows. With this visual oriented rundown management tool, users can create a playlist of scenes by simply clicking the required elements: camera, video, audio, title but also overlays, background and DVEs. Complex scenes can be stored for re-use.
Live Assist integrates easily with MOS compliant newsroom data systems. Because there will always be exceptions and problems that require human intervention, Live Assist allows for last minute changes to the rundowns.
The Multiviewer is fully integrated into VidiGo Live PRO. This eliminates the need for extra cabling or hardware. Two full HD, user configurable multi-viewer channels allow for real-time monitoring.
VidiGo Live PRO is ideal for news & sports productions, participation TV and formats that call for a high degree of automation. Simple macro and script creation and the openness of the system make automation and integration with third party systems, such as newsroom data systems, attainable for everyone
VidiGo is a Dutch based software company with an innovative product range that covers the complete workflow of professional TV production. It offers major simplification and lower investment costs compared to traditional systems. At NAB 2011 one of its products, VidiGo Graphics, won the prestigious Mario Award. For further information, please go to www.vidigo.tv.