Voyager and UX5 from Ross Video
Voyager enables content creators working with ARVS workflows to create stunning, hyper-realistic graphics that maximise the creative, business and technical benefits of a virtual studio production. Voyager seamlessly integrates with MOS-based newsroom workflows and the Ross OverDrive solution for production automation. Allied to the launch of Voyager is the launch of UX5 – the latest version of Ross Video’s control system for ARVS productions – which brings powerful efficient workflow tools such as MOS integration for news environments, operator-created virtual set rundowns and data-driven virtual graphics via Datalinq.
Commenting on the launches, Gideon Ferber, Ross Video’s Director of Product Management for Ros Virtual Solutions, is excited by the possibilities they bring to broadcasters. “Combining Voyager with UX offers content creators unrivalled flexibility within any production environment – designers can focus on design and producers can maintain their focus on story-telling and delivering those stories in the most compelling manner. We’ve seen Unreal become a widely-used platform within the broadcast world with good reason and I know our customers are going to love the amazing creative options that Voyager can deliver”.
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Ross solutions have impressed the audiences and marketing partners of NBC Sunday Night Football, Eurosport, BBC World, Google YouTube Space London and China’s eSports powerhouse VSPN. Ross delivers an unrivalled range of products and services comprising virtual studios, real-time motion graphics, cameras, robotic camera systems, production switchers, video servers, infrastructure and routers, social media management, newsroom systems and mobile live events.