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TriCaster Macro Integration

20-06-2014 18:37 - News Archive
After some time spent in smart analysis and development, we´re proud to introduce the new technology developed by our team of engineers and created with the aim to deeply connect our graphics to the Tricaster/3Play. The integration between Newtek and ClassX gives users the ability to easily trigger events, change template data on the fly, automate the behavior of our applications in synch with the TriCaster.

With the integration of the brand-new AirSend Command Interface, our commitment to NewTek users has never been so strong. Thanks to a simple network connection between ClassX and TriCaster/3Play products, now you can fire TCP/IP commands from the built-in NewTek Macro Editor Interface to our live graphics playout in order to start/stop or even edit single fields of CG pages (why not, even when they´re onair).

The ClassX Interface allows you to control the graphics remotely and is extremely powerful, based on user-friendly syntax. Its versatile features allow NewTek users to easily work and play with realtime graphics from one single workstation without operating the external graphics playout. The ClassX Interface delivers the manageability and security that NewTek users need in order to conduct realtime shows with confidence.

Simply be the Deus Ex Machina, with NewTek and ClassX.

Example of TriCaster Macro Configuration Editor with ClassX commands in the picture.

The new features are now available at no cost to ClassX clients and TriCaster 8000, 860, 460 and 410 model owners.

ClassX srl, based in Italy, is a software house that produces high-performance, real-time broadcast graphics solutions

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