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Viz Vectar Plus: Provides Boundary-Free Production


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Viz Vectar Plus is an IP-based software exclusive, that brings live production solutions to major broadcasters and media content providers anywhere. Users now can switch, mix, and produce any type of live production for television, Internet, and mobile distribution while eliminating the “traditional boundaries” of media formats, I/O, channels, and delivery. Viz Vectar Plus provides the convenience of having the power to deliver a choice of configurations from both on-premise or in-Cloud environments and has the ability to operate within a wide range of system infrastructures.

Live Call Connect is included with Viz Vectar Plus, and employs all of the major video calling applications such as, Skype™, MS Teams™, Zoom Meetings™, Discord™, and more. The uniqueness of the platform is that Live Call Connect creates conference callers into separate video sources, regardless of platform, to deliver countless creative options, that any broadcaster or media content provider can employ for more dynamic production material and performance.

Viz Vectar Plus is truly made for today’s visual storytellers who find the old ways increasingly outdated,difficult, and cost-prohibitive. By providing flexible terms, customers can create more quality content,
free from the normal up-front costs,” said Daniel Nergard, president of Vizrt Global. “Live Call Connectvery conveniently opens up more ways to bring more actors into the story, regardless of their location
or app preference.”

Premiering in Viz Vectar Plus is Audio Connect, this incredible extension utilizes NDI technology that ties everything together. The audio work flow enables a fully virtualized audio mixing and processing application for increased flexibility. A new system re-entry function allows for multiple versions of the same program which can arrange for different aspect ratios, resolutions, and graphics with simultaneous outputting. This feature has built-in media players, recording, streaming, audio, and graphics control, that Viz Vectar Plus employs with standard computer hardware and network infrastructures with IP connectivity which enables studios, large scale campuses and enterprise facilities to meet the demand. Almost unlimited IP video sources including SMPTE 2110, NDI, SRT, RTMP, RTP, HTTP, SRC, can be accessed and used simultaneously, providing connectivity with all types of media devices, including the NDI®|HX Camera app available for smartphones.

Pricing and Availability

Viz Vectar Plus enables commercial flexibility and accessibility for any user environment, and can also be swiftly deployed on a per month basis. Plans are priced from $2,995 USMSRP per month. The minimum contract period is one month. Viz Vectar Plus will be available beginning in October 2020. International pricing may vary.

*NOTE: Live Call Connect access included free of charge for initial contract term for all Viz Vectar Plus orders made before December 31, 2020.

About Vizrt:
Vizrt, short for Visualization in Real-Time or Visual Artist, is a Norwegian company that creates content production, management and distribution tools for the digital media industry. Vizrt is the world’s leading provider of visual storytelling tools for media content creators in the broadcast, sports, digital and esports industries. Vizrt offers market-defining software-based solutions for real-time 3D graphics, video playout, studio automation, sports analysis, media asset management, and journalist story tools. Vizrt’s promise is to master complexity and maximize creativity. More than three billion people watch stories told by Vizrt customers everyday including from media companies such as CNN, CBS, NBC, Fox, BBC, BSkyB, Sky Sports, Al Jazeera, NDR, ZDF, Network 18, Tencent, and many more. Vizrt is part of the Vizrt Group along with its sister brands, NewTek and NDI®. Vizrt follows the single purpose of this Group; more stories, better told. www.vizrt.com

 

 


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