How to Configure the CPN-6000 Live Streaming Annotation System for Broadcast

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Tucson, Ariz.-based Boeckeler Instruments Inc. recently published a white paper for broadcasters on the Pointmaker CPN-6000 live streaming annotation system, the manufacturer's most appropriate model for use in broadcast applications. Like its predecessors, the CPN-6000 features help talent draw audience attention to image details, enhancing both viewer interest and comprehension. What's special in this model for broadcasters is the ability to annotate on streaming video from an iPad, which can also be used as a preview monitor. This model's smaller 1 RU footprint is also a bonus in tight spaces like helicopters or trucks. The paper describes the converters needed upstream and downstream from the annotation system.You can download it here.

Pointmaker officials say that they have tested the CPN-6000 recently in major broadcast studios and trucks, and there is no loss of quality in either the annotations or source video after these conversions are made.

About Boeckeler Instruments, Inc.

Boeckeler Instruments Inc. is a Tucson, Ariz.-based manufacturer of video processors and apps for the presentation, broadcast and collaboration markets. The company was founded in 1942, largely as a manufacturer of microscopy accessories for nanotechnology research. In the 1990s, the company branched into the presentation market with the development of the Pointmaker line of video annotation systems, sometimes referred to as telestrators. In the 1990s, the brand made its national debut on Monday Night Football and a famous TV courtroom trial. Today, the Pointmaker line continues to develop its product line with the introduction of Engage iPad apps for presentation and collaboration in classrooms, boardrooms, distance learning, TV newsrooms, places of worship, emergency ops centers & more. For further information, visit the Pointmaker website at www.pointmaker.com or call (800) 552-2262
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