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Slo-Mo Replay Option for Blackmagic Design
HyperDeck and AJA Ki Pro Systems

Experience champion sports replay that is:

  • Fully integrated in our Fluent workflow
  • Easily operated by panels/3D joystick
  • Cost-effective
  • Delivers winning results everytime

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PixPlay Slo-Mo Option

PixPlay is the new software option that will allow any Broadcast Pix integrated production switcher to provide slow motion control to a Blackmagic Design HyperDeck or AJA Video Systems Ki Pro disk recorder. 

Originally developed as a cost effective solution so game officials could review footage for high school and college sports, PixPlay can also be used during production for almost any sports application, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer and even extreme sports like auto racing.

An operator can replay footage manually using controls on the front panel of the HyperDeck Studio or Ki Pro. With PixPlay, however, VTR control is ported to the production switcher along with six preset replay speeds. Users can also “scrub” or single step through a scene for better control and functionality.

PixPlay also includes an unlimited number of “in” points as part of a playback EDL, which instantly cues the proper scenes. All scoring plays during a football game, for example, can be selected and cued for instant playback at one of PixPlay’s preset replay speeds. 

“Broadcast Pix systems already work well with AJA and Blackmagic file-based recorders via our PixPad interface, but our new PixPlay adds a new level of integration and functionality. The workflow is remarkably easy and delivers great slo-mo imagery at a fantastic price.”
    - Steve Ellis
      CEO of Broadcast Pix

Capture every winning moment with PixPlay!

To learn more about PixPlay, contact your local Broadcast Pix dealer.

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PixPlay with Hyperdeck and Ki Pro Systems


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