Orad to release Graphics Suite 7 at IBC

It will support ultra HD, and high resolutions for video walls.
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Orad will be showcasing the new Suite 7 release of the company’s enterprise graphics solutions: 3Designer, Maestro and 3DPlay, and enhanced Render Engine.

Orad Graphics Suite 7 provides more powerful rendering of graphic scenes, support for ultra HD, and high resolutions for video walls.

“We continue to lead the broadcast graphics market with powerful and efficient solutions. The recent updates to some of our core products enable broadcasters to continue to work in their familiar workflow but with the substantial added value that the updates provide,” comments Avi Sharir, CEO and President of Orad.

Feature highlights of the new Suite 7 product updates include 3Designer’s new physics and constraints, value triggers, new transformation modifier, countdown clock, preview window enhancements, animated text effects, and emoticons. The Maestro application adds many workflow features that increase usability and add control to new graphic and video functions, such as the new Graphic Media Asset Management with access rights management, metadata per type of asset, search capabilities, scene management, and more. Other improvements to Maestro include: 3D transitions for every graphic element, support for MOS 2.8.1, multiple preview channels, and more. The 3DPlay application now runs on Windows 7 x 64 bit and offers many new features, including a stronger editor control engine, new query tabs, and other capabilities that make the production process much more efficient.

 

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