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Renewed Vision demonstrates these types of solutions at InfoComm 2109, June 12-14, in Orlando. Demonstrations will include new version 3.3 of the company’s feature-rich PVP3 multi-screen media server, video processor and screen control solution for live production environments, along with innovations in its ProPresenter Scoreboard multi-sport score presentation platform.
“We continue to innovate across all of our software solutions with a goal of making operators’ jobs easier while enabling them to create even richer, more engaging visual experiences,” says Brad Weston, president, Renewed Vision.
Enhancement to PVP 3.3
Enhancements to PVP 3.3 include a new “key and fill” capability for SDI outputs; video input crosspoints that enable users in dynamic live environments to quickly make changes to input slots while automatically updating related cues; and per-layer content masking, allowing customers to apply dynamic alpha effects to video by binding two layers together. Other new PVP 3.3 features include custom content cropping and expanded preview capabilities that facilitate reviewing entire outputs on external displays. These latest features build on the advances in the preceding version 3.2 software update, including expanded synchronization, control and management functionality; increased I/O signal density; simultaneous 4K/1080p playback from the same workstation; and NDI support for IP-networked environments.
Advances to ProPresenter Scoreboard
New advances to Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter Scoreboard include custom scoring logic, clocks and timers that enable the creation of scoreboards for user-defined sports; the ability to display and independently control multiple matches on the same output, making it ideal for tournaments with simultaneous events; and live StatCrew and MLB data support.