TruPixel “used every input and output and both Multiviewers” of the Aquilon RS2 to drive the displays, says Orizondo. Sources included two media servers and nine live cameras. “The system interfaced with the control room perfectly. It just didn’t stop working around the clock as election coverage continued for six days.”
TruPixel also supplied two Analog Way VIO 4K multiformat converters to run additional processing for a 55-inch touchscreen in Telemundo’s social media area as well as additional monitors and record devices.
“Everything went flawlessly – as smoothly as I thought it would,” Orizondo says. “Telemundo called on us to provide a solution for Decision 2020 and we relied on Analog Way, as we always do, to get us through the challenge.”
“When TruPixel bid on the project we knew they’d bring to the table the right technology to drive all the different displays and formats,” says Gutierrez. “As we tasked Richard with more and more requirements he told us he had the tools to make it happen. And they worked very, very seamlessly, with no glitches. Even when the LookThru transparent displays were the last to roll out on the set, five minutes later the Analog Way system was driving them too.”