disguise to Bring the "Future of Broadcast" to IBC 2023

disguise to Bring the “Future of Broadcast” to IBC 2023

Visitors to IBC 2023 can experience disguise’s end-to-end solutions and services at not one, but five exhibition booths—plus several speaking sessions showcasing how the disguise platform for content experience and graphics production drives broadcast productions fit for the future.

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disguise solutions can be seen on multiple stands at IBC 2023.

According to the company, a show highlight will be the launch of disguise’s Porta 2.2 broadcast graphics controller as a single platform for show graphics (CG), MOS newsroom templates, augmented reality (AR), and extended reality (XR) that can easily be combined with existing broadcast workflows and tools.

“We are excited to bring the future of broadcast to IBC by showcasing our end-to-end solutions along with our world-class creative services,” said disguise’s VP of broadcast, David Jorba. “Our end-to-end broadcast solution makes any concept possible. We have the latest and greatest tools empowering streamlined workflows combined with the vision and expertise to help broadcasters engage audiences like never before.”

IBC attendees will be the first to learn about disguise’s latest release of the Porta controller. The release unlocks support for Unreal Engine’s Motion Graphics, enabling broadcasters to control all their graphics types—AR, XR, and motion graphics—through one single user interface from the cloud or on-prem.

The disguise team will be at INFiLED Stand 2.B43 to lift the lid on Porta 2.2 and answer any questions. In addition, disguise will also be demonstrating its integration with Pomfort Livegrade Studio on the stand in conjunction with INFiLED’s new Infinite Colours (RGBW) and 1.9pp CBSF technology. This demo will showcase how these can reduce technical barriers between Livegrade Studio’s established on-set color grading workflow and the disguise virtual production workflow.

At ROE Visual stand 7.C26, disguise will partake in a panel of experts moderated by Epic Games’ BK Johanessen titled “Media Engines for Broadcast & Film — What does the future hold?” as well as a joint presentation with Megapixel and ROE Visual called “Video over IP: What it means for me?” discussing the growth of ST2110 and IP video in broadcast and the technologies that enable its widespread adoption.

disguise will be powering Absen’s ESPN-sports style broadcast XR stage on Stand 2.B24, alongside a dedicated esports area sharing content onto the main broadcast stage.

At the Canon Virtual Production Studio on Stand 11.C41, disguise is set to enable a scalable high-end XR and cinematic virtual production stage. A variety of real-time virtual scenes (including photogrammetry) will be showcased, alongside Canon’s new Flex Zoom cinema lenses that offer seamless integration into live camera tracking solutions. The demonstration is powered by disguise vx 2 and rx II hardware.

disguise’s new Invisible real-time markerless mocap solution is designed for creative and technical teams to achieve faster, easier, and more cost-effective motion capture for xR productions. This will be showcased at IBC on turnkey XR solutions provider SmartStage’s Stand (3.B24) with daily demos from disguise and Move.ai.

Throughout the show, disguise’s technical experts will be hosting regular talks demonstrating its capabilities in virtual production for broadcast. These include a never-before-seen presentation of a new technical paper by disguise, titled “Using MetaHumans in Large-Scale Sports Production,” on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 11:45 a,m, at E102.

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