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Stadiums, Arenas, Race Tracks, Remote Productions, Production Trucks, & Education

Sports production is one of the most demanding live production environments. Broadcast Pix integrated production switchers deliver the speed, efficiency, and reliability for your multi-camera sports coverage. Take Control with our powerful file-based macros, which make complex effects effortless, and our built-in multiview, which adapts to any production environment. Plus, our ReVue slo-mo replay immerses viewers in the action, while our Rapid CG graphics software makes it easy for you to share scoreboard information without rekeying data. With Broadcast Pix, you get faster workflows and superior results with less equipment.

Take Control of all the action:
  • Ingest any form of content with up to 22 multi-def inputs  
  • Fully integrated control for all your cameras, clips, files, and effects 
  • Add sophisticated graphics live from cloud-content, studio sources, or eight internal file libraries  
  • Take complex transitions and effects at the touch a button  
  • Automate scorekeeping with Rapid CG  
  • Include social media content in your live productions 
  • Control devices including PTZ cameras, recorders, and streaming appliances 
  • Ultra-low constant delay  
  • Stream live with one touch CDN presets  
  • Seamless integration with BPNet cloud-based video workflow service for secure sharing, converting, and distributing content 
  • Drive your entire production from a touchscreen, virtual panel, control panel, laptop, iPad, or smart phone




Broadcast Pix Sports Productions

User Reports

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Tampa Bay Rowdies Granite Switcher


Broadcast Pix Anchors New HD Production System for Tampa Bay Rowdies TV Broadcasts

Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, FL. upgraded to HD production with a four-camera setup, custom animated graphics and a Broadcast Pix Granite 1000 integrated production switcher. The Rowdies first three seasons were produced exclusively for a Web audience, but now also broadcast on WTTA, the MyNetworkTV affiliate in the Tampa/St. Petersburg market. All matches are also streamed to the North American Soccer League’s live streaming site,, and ESPN3’s Web site.

Rowdies productions feature two high midfield cameras – one is the main game camera and the second handles tight action follow shots – as well as a sideline camera and end zone camera. The cameras are connected via fiber, which allows for an extremely high quality video signal to the Broadcast Pix system. Productions also include animated custom graphics, which are stored in the Granite’s built-in clip server, and instant replay.

The system was easy to learn to use, and is easy to operate during our show. It has met the expectations we had for our production flow, capability and quality, and with every game we continue to learn new things. It is a powerful production tool. We’re very impressed.”

- Art Dryce, President of VideoArt

US Bank Arena
U.S. Bank Arena Uses Broadcast Pix Granite X

U.S. Bank Arena Upgrades Hockey Coverage to HD with Broadcast Pix Granite X Integrated Production System

Home to the ECHL Cincinnati Cyclones, U.S. Bank Arena seats about 17,000 spectators and hosts more than 100 events per year, including concerts, NBA preseason games, and 36 Cyclones home games. Their in-house, three-camera video production is primarily used for hockey coverage, as well as some preseason basketball games and comedy concerts. A four-screen, center hung video board provides the most prominent view for fans during the game, while also Granite's multiple outputs delivers provide a feed to the coach’s office, where it is recorded for review, another feed is recorded to DVD for league officials and the visiting team and the live game production is provided to America ONE Sports, an online provider of live and on-demand sports.
“We love it. It does everything we want it to do. The more games we do, the more comfortable we’re getting and incorporating more into the production.” 

- Jim Plummer, technical director


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