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SMPTE17 - Witness true, live, real-time virtualized playout with 3D graphics!

Pixel Power will be with Australian partner TekInsite Video Technologies on Stand B47 at SMPTE Conference & Exhibition, Sydney ICC - 18-21 July 2017. Mike O'Connell, VP of Pixel Power Inc., will be demonstrating the power of StreamMaster and Gallium.

Virtualized playout from Pixel Power:
• No smoke and mirrors,
• Deployable today for complex or simple channel playout or even as a highly efficient business-continuity/DR.
• Live playout from Amazon cloud including sophisticated graphics & live feeds

Two new technology platforms:

Gallium Workflow Orchestration
o execute workflow tasks with media content
o automate content playout
o automate addition/removal of graphics, branding/logos
o prepare content packaging for regionalization

StreamMaster Media Processing
o Execute processing functions on media content
o Running on COTS hardware on-premise, in a data-center or public cloud
o authoring, transcoding, logos/graphics manipulation, content rendering, real-time master control or real-time graphics and DVE delivery.

So come along and find out why these are the perfect partners for your transition to IP Playout!

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