Latest Pixotope release includes native support for Unreal Engine 5.4

Pixotope has announced availability of Pixotope 24.1.0. This release fully integrates Unreal Engine 5.4, opening up the ability to design motion and production graphics directly in Pixotope. With this integration the platform now offers a full broadcast graphics solution for simplified and streamlined augmented reality, virtual studio, extended reality and character generator workflows with Unreal Motion Design.

In addition, this release features an arsenal of updates designed to empower broadcasters with the tools to enhance creativity and reduce complexity in virtual production workflows.

“Broadcasters are constantly seeking ways to differentiate their programming. With Pixotope 24.1.0, we’re providing them with powerful tools to leverage Unreal graphics in their live broadcasts without complicating their workflows,” said Gideon Ferber, SVP of product at Pixotope. “For broadcasters, these creative capabilities translate into unique revenue opportunities. For example, they can integrate clever advertising seamlessly within programming, effectively monetising 3-dimensional space that previously had little to no value.”

With the integration of Unreal Engine 5.4, Pixotope 24.1.0 delivers industry-leading motion design capabilities, allowing for complex 2D motion graphics directly within the engine. This enables broadcasters to take their on-air branding and visual storytelling to new heights, creating more engaging and immersive viewer experiences. Broadcasters can also produce highly detailed and photo realistic visual effects, enhancing both storytelling and visual appeal.

Gideon adds: “Broadcasters today face the dual challenge of producing high-quality content while managing tight budgets and complex workflows. By automating complex tasks and reducing the need for extensive technical resources with ease of use updates, broadcasters can optimise their workflows to get engaging content out faster and more often.”

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