Barcelona, Spain – October 17th, 2015 – This year's IBC exhibition has meant a lot to Vector 3's team. After 20 years attending Europe's biggest show of the broadcast industry, Vector 3 did our best demonstration of 4K playout solutions. More than 55.000 attendees from all over the world went to Amsterdam RAI's conference and exhibition to learn from the new solutions all exhibitors launched. This 2015 edition was a little bit more special for us because we were celebrating the 20th anniversary as exhibitors and those who visited our booth 7.C01 could enjoy the 4K playout automation demonstration in our new and more modern stand.
Vector 3 has been showing its playout automation solutions for 5 days at IBC2015. The newest models of the VectorBox saga, VectorBox XL and VectorBox LT has been displayed in all its splendor to all visitors who came.
MultiChannel Monitor, MCR Client and Media Manager Suite, among other new solutions were the main products shown at the show. Glyn Bartlett, Head of Sales of Vector 3, points out that Vector 3's MultiPlay modules can be combined to build customised multi-channel master control rooms for any number of channels. Also, the new 4K video playout are thought for to allow broadcasters to do disconnections, control the MCR's from any location in the world and easily add logos and tickers or supervise the whole playout facility with a single interface, notes Glyn Bartlett.
As a leading company of playout solutions for broadcast with more than 30 years of experience, Vector 3 has showed one more time with great success at IBC how does the playout people work. More than 1.000 customers from all over the world chose Vector 3 to build a solution for playout at the best price performance with the best quality image and on-air safety.
We look forward to see you next year at Vector 3's booth and hope you discover our future solutions for playout automation.
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Vector 3 develops high performance IT-based broadcast systems. Delivering playout automation, multiformat videoservers with built-in effects and graphics, and all the tools for managing a file-based workflow, Vector 3 systems match and surpass the most demanding requirements for multichannel playout, channel branding, commercial disconnection, and disaster recovery.
Over the last thirty 30 years, Vector 3 has pioneered the introduction of IT into broadcasting master control, automation and playout, achieving many industry firsts including the first frame accurate PC-based automation system, the first PC-based video server, the first format-agnostic video server, and the first distributed multichannel IT-only playout system.
Supported by a global network of system integrators and engineers, Vector 3’s solutions are used around the world by more than a thousand broadcasters, for multi-site multichannel broadcasting, single-channel operation, and business continuity. For more information on Vector 3 and its products, visit www.vector3.tv/