The latest news and views from Idonix
We're delighted to announce our membership of the DPP, and are now looking forward to joining in the conversation around file workflows in this new exciting new cloudy world in which we all live. That's cloudy in a bright and clear way, not cloudy in a grey and gloomy way.
Idonix will be attending BVE with Vizrt this year, showcasing their real time graphics services alongside new features of their Ignition Post cloud rendering service.
We recently completed the US Election service for the BBC. Two continents, three studios, ten Ignition servers. Here's our behind the scenes BBC US Election 2016 video.
We've just published a new demo video of Ignition Post working with Adobe After Effects. Go and see it on YouTube, then find out more here.
We have recently completed a new showreel. Go and take a look!
That was quite a night! On 23rd June we completed an all nighter on BBC One with David Dimbleby and Jeremy Vine. The graphics were all driven from Ignition with Idonix providing onsite support and development. Over fourteen Vizrt engines rendered the graphics and the night went smoothly with the BBC getting excellent viewing figures.
Idonix recently completed another marathon broadcast featuring Ignition at BBC Elstree, with six different elections on the same night. Idonix managed the data and the GUI for the BBC team. More info in the Vizrt case study.
Well that was a big one!
Idonix powered the data and GUI for the BBC's lower thirds, full forms, social media, augmented reality, drones, Emily Maitlis's touch screen and Jeremy Vines virtual reality set...phew. Ignition automation software was used on BBC Network, BBC Wales and S4C programmes, controlling 28 Vizrt engines!
Watch the video, and find more info in the Vizrt case study.
Idonix delivered automation and data integration for the live BBC Scottish Referendum show using Ignition with Vizrt. Check out the video.
We're pleased to welcome James Watton to our talented development team. James will now have the opportunity to apply his indie XBox development skills to the world of real-time broadcast graphics!