(Iroquois, Ontario--April 4, 2014) Today, Ross Video launched XPression Studio GO! and XPression Bluebox GO!, two new versions of the powerful laptop graphics solution: XPression Prime GO!
XPression Studio GO!
delivers fully-featured creation and playback software. For customers who want to use custom applications, such as score bugs, on a laptop there is XPression BlueBox GO!
Both versions support video input.
When XPression Prime, Studio or Bluebox GO!
is coupled with a Ross switcher of any kind, there is no compression of graphics into an IP stream—and, therefore, no slow recall times or loss of image quality. Graphics can be switched frame-accurately with switcher effects, score clocks can be integrated easily, and graphics can be written directly from XPression
into the switcher’s mediastores for “additional” graphics channels.
“Due to the popularity of XPression Prime GO!
, we decided to offer GO!
versions of all XPression
software,” says Brian Olson, Director of Graphics Marketing Product Management for Ross Video
. “XPression GO!
is the industry’s most powerful, fully 3D, portable solution on the market today. With an ASUS PC laptop and AJA Io XT Thunderbolt interface, XPression GO!
outputs HDSDI video, key and audio. With these GO!
systems you can produce high-quality, fast-recall graphics for an entire program quickly and easily."
About Ross Video
creates leading edge video production technology. Ross products are used in demanding environments every day to inform and entertain audiences all over the world. Our client base includes a who’s who of broadcast, production companies, sports stadiums, government agencies, educators, touring companies and houses of worship. Ross’ award winning product families include Vision
, Vision Octane
, Vision Tritium
Video Production Switchers; openGear
Terminal Equipment; BlackStorm
Video Servers; OverDrive
Automated Production Control, Inception
Social Media Management; XPression
Motion Graphics; NK Series
Routing and Furio
Camera Robotics Systems. For additional news and information on Ross Video
and Ross products, visit http://www.rossvideo.com