YOU’RE 3D-READY WITH
Broadcasting in 3D since 2008, Grass Valley, Kayenne, Kalypso, and Kayak Switchers have been and continues to be at the forefront of 3D production. Here are just a few examples:
- 2008 – Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers National Football League game
- 2009 – BCS Championship College Football game & National Basketball Association All-Star game
- 2010 – GRAMMY Awards Show - Michael Jackson segment
- 2010 – CBS Sports delivers NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four and Final Game in 3D to theaters.
Kayenne 3D-Ready Features include:
- Key Chaining
- When keys are chained, selecting a keyer automatically brings up two keyers for the left/right eye keys together for simplified dual-channel management.
- Keys may be adjusted separately for accurate convergence and settings are remembered each time key is enabled.
- Multiple Bus Linking
- Allows linking of busses for simultaneous source selection between M/Es or DoubleTake M/E partitions so that a single button press selects both left/right eye sources.
- DoubleTake Split M/E Mode
- Splits each M/E into primary and secondary partitions for switching both right-eye and left-eye output streams from a single M/E. Used in conjunction with bus linking and KeyChaining.
- Source Rules
- Each background source on an M/E can have rules associated that either include keyers automatically, or exclude keyers, when the source is selected.
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