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NEWS MOVE & DELIVER Contribution Video AVIWEST will showcase a new version of its DMNG Studio server at NAB (Booth SU6716) that is capable of receiving incoming streams from DMNG video uplink systems as well as third-party products such as IP cameras through a variety of protocols including RTP, RTSP, TS over UDP, HLS and RTMP. The new Linux-based DMNG Studio supports multiple output formats and allows for point-to-point and point-to- multipoint video distribution. It also allows inputting video signals from the studio mixer and streaming to the cloud, thereby allowing broadcasters to use it as a central video hub and interface rather than just a receiver. The DMNG Studio is compatible with all AVIWEST live video transmission products including the DMNG PRO series, DMNG RACK180, and the DMNG APP, which will also be on show at NAB. In addition the company will demonstrate how its DMNG PRO video uplink system can remotely control a video mixer from a third-party vendor. The demo will feature six cameras feeding the video mixer. Graphics and playout ChyronHego will use NAB (Booth SL1110) to launch Lyric64, a 64-bit re-architected version of its graphics creation and playout product Lyric that works in 2k and 4k. Lyric64 includes an all-new user interface that provides access to Lyric’s feature set. It is also resolution-agnostic with full support for authoring and playout in nonstandard aspect ratios and resolutions of 4k and above. During NAB Lyric64 will be demonstrated working in a 4k environment using an advanced video wall application displaying resolutions above 4k. “At this year’s NAB Show, we’ll show why ChyronHego remains on the leading edge of today’s most advanced graphics production workflows,” said Johan Apel, chief executive of ChyronHego. “Front and center is Lyric64, a significantly re- engineered version of the world-renowned Lyric graphics tool. With Lyric64, we’ve taken everything that’s great about Lyric and re-built it in the 64-bit environment, a large development effort that has resulted in a new foundation for Lyric to evolve along with our customers’ ever-challenging graphics requirements.” 36 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 99 MARCH 2015