|By PR Newswire||
|April 5, 2014 07:05 AM EDT||
- LiveCG Football, the professional solution dedicated to Football provides outstanding tools to manage the scoring and the graphics during football games live productions.
BORDEAUX, France, April 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 3D Storm, distributor of NewTek products in EMEA and LiveXpert worldwide, showcases the full line of products of LiveXpert at NAB 2014, including LiveCG Football, the professional graphics and scoring management application, dedicated to Football games production.
Football, or soccer for North America, ranks first place worldwide, with 265 million players, more than 300000 clubs, and almost 2 million teams…football numbers keep everyone's head spinning with the numbers of fans, games, productions and all actors involved in football activities. The last Football World Cup was followed by a total of 27 billion cumulative viewers, in over 100 countries. Sports broadcasters, who engage consequent budgets on broadcasting rights, have no other choice but to make the perfect live production.
LiveCG Football is a professional scoring and graphics management application for NewTek TriCaster, the most complete and affordable tool designed for TriCaster and 3Play, for live broadcasting and for displaying figures and graphics in real-time on large screens in football stadiums.
LiveCG Football includes a complete set of features to help sports broadcasters to enhance their viewers' experience while increasing their revenues opportunities.
The powerful database engine of LiveCG Football gives the ability to store information about all the teams, per country, league and championship. All requested details, such as players' names, coaches, referees, players' pictures and teams' logos, are collected once in order to be easily used again, each time a new game is being broadcasted.
LiveCG Football features an editor to create and customize all stills and animated graphics according to a defined branding. LiveCG Football provides a full set of templates covering all needs : full screen big score, top corner small score, teams presentations, statistics boards, timer, extended time, faults, penalties… nothing is missing, tickers and advertising can be displayed Live from LiveCG Football and give more exposure to sponsors and advertisers.
LiveCG Football runs from a remote computer or laptop connected to the TriCaster or 3Play through Ethernet using iVGA protocol, without monopolizing a video input. The Graphic User Interface (GUI) gives the ability to collect any information from the game : ball possession time, percentage of good shots or good pass, goal scoring opportunities… LiveCG Football also includes all necessary timers for each period, with automatic extended time support.
Already used by many renowned football clubs of the European Champions League, LiveCG Football provides all the tools to answer every game's needs, with a single mouse click.
LiveCG Football Features:
Scoreboard: Easy score management with fully customizable display
Timers: Display time information, half time, stoppage time, extended play…
Statistics: Collect statistics per team or players and display customizable comparison boards
Logo inserter: Add logo for the network TV, the sponsors or partners
Database: fill in information once per season and edit all teams' presentations and game sheets automatically for every games
Template Editor: Combines graphics in real time and supports various formats such as png, bmp, gif, tga, jpg, bitmap sequences. Support all video resolutions and formats HD, SD, Pal, NTSC, 16/9, 4/3. Create any templates freely.
Multi-layers: multiple independent and linked graphics layers
Effects in/out: Effects for graphics and text display : Fade, Move, Blur, Squeeze
Advertising and tickers: easy management for advertising, hot news and warnings display.
See LiveXpert Line @ NAB 2014, in the NewTek Zone of the StudioXperience – Stand SU 621 E1!
For more information about the 3D Storm products, call 3D Storm Sales at +33-(0)5-57-262-262, or by email [email protected].
About 3D Storm
3D Storm, distributor of NewTek products in Europe, Middle-East, Africa, Turkey, Russia and Pakistan since 1999, and LiveXpert worldwide, is a leading player in the convergence of IT & the Broadcast industries.
3D Storm professional team delivers bespoke solutions through a network of Specialist and Authorized Dealers providing customers with an exclusive access to the newest and most innovative solutions on the market, such as TriCaster, 3Play and LiveXpert.
LiveXpert by 3D Storm, is the result of 15 years of strong partnerships and diligent attention to customers' needs.
Thanks to 3D Storm BBC, Sky, Mediaset, RAI, Radio RAI, CNBC, Azzura TV, Telenova, TF1, France Televisions, BFM TV, RTL, WDR, MDR, RTBF, MBC Dubai, SBC Seychelles, TV4, Borsen TV, Kanal Sport Denmark, Super Sport South Africa, TVGA (TV de Galicia), TV3, Banco Santander, Real Madrid F.C, Arsenal Media, Paris Parc des Princes Stadium, Copenhagen Parken Stadium, City of Paris, European Parliament, Metropole Orchestra, Universita di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, King Abdullah University Saudi Arabia... deliver daily live shows.
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