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Ross displays new Xpressions

Ross displays new Xpressions

Ross displays new Xpressions

The update to Xpression provides a direct way of obtaining files from Adobe Photoshop

XPression V9.0 has been launched by Ross Video, offering more than 40 new features for workflows, from the acquisition of content in traditional desktop design software to the playout control of multiple XPression real-time motion graphics engines.

The update to Xpression also provides a direct way of obtaining files from Adobe Photoshop. With version 9 of XPression, Adobe Photoshop files and associated layers can be imported into XPression and provide an accurate position on the screen, retaining the layer order and grouping the artist designed them in.

In addition, Ross has released a new version of its XPression Remote Sequencer, which now provides extended playout control of rundowns for individual channels and Take IDs. Users also gain more flexibility when accessing individual Take IDs as Remote Sequencer now allows them to modify the content and channel assignment of Take IDs just before going to air. XPression Project Server and Scene Manager can be integrated for adding new Take Items to the playout sequence at the last minute.

The manufacturer has also unveiled its new virtual studio rendering solution, which is based on the Unreal 4 gaming engine from Fortnite developer Epic Games. This new system is aimed at broadcast and production applications requiring advanced rendering for augmented reality and virtual sets (ARVS).



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