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Broadcast Pix unveils BPswitch IX

Broadcast Pix unveils BPswitch IX

Broadcast Pix unveils BPswitch IX

BPswitch IX can receive and switch between up to six IP camera feeds

The BPswitch IX integrated production switcher has been designed by Broadcast Pix for use in houses of worship that follow IP-based workflows and use remote cameras. The switcher includes six network inputs that support NDI and RTSP sources.

With a pair of SDI/HDMI inputs and an analogue input for compatibility with legacy systems, BPswitch IX can receive and switch between up to six IP camera feeds. It has a native 1080p60 resolution and can integrate MPEG-2 and H.264, among other streaming formats within the same production, providing SDI, HDMI, analogue and streaming outputs. ‘It gives the flexibility to control and switch IP, wireless and SDI sources,’ confirmed Tony Mastantuono, product manager at Broadcast Pix.

When used in conjunction with the Broadcast Pix Commander touchscreen control interface, BPswitch IX provides browser-based control with full-motion video and access to all sources and workflow tools via a mobile device connected to the internet. Commander has been designed with simplified controls, enabling non-technical personnel to be able to switch during live productions, add titles, insert clips and control robotic cameras. As with previous BPswitch models, BPswitch IX delivers eight channels of clips and graphics, and three keyers with DVEs, as well as integrated NewBlueNTX multi-layer 3D motion graphics CG with hundreds of templates.

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