Play Incorporated has announced a new
software upgrade for its award-winning Trinity system, Trinity 2.2, which
will begin shipping later this month. Trinity 2.2 adds important new
features and significant performance enhancements that make the Trinity
system more powerful and productive in both live and post productions
environments.

Trinity 2.2 upgrades all of Trinity’s comprehensive broadcast applications,
including Air Command, Preditor, TitleWave, Panamation and PersonalFX,
with a particular focus on increasing the efficiency and performance of its
post-production tools. The new software also includes interface updates to
streamline workflow and productivity.

“Trinity’s real-time architecture has long been recognized for outperforming
even the most high-end systems in terms of live production, sophisticated
graphics and effects capabilities,” stated Ken Turcotte, Group Technical
Lead for Play’s Video Tools Group. “Adding nonlinear functionality to
Trinity introduced a new level of real-time horsepower for post production,
but we wanted to continue refining the software to make it more robust and
user friendly. Trinity 2.2 is solid, more powerful and more productive.”

Many of the updates are based directly on interactive customer feedback.
Some of the new features include a backup utility for Time Machine clips,
audio support for Time Machine clips in Panamation, improved stereo
keyframe editing in Preditor, more robust deck management, improved file
imports in Personal FX, and support for Play’s new digital audio mixer.

Trinity 2.2 is a free upgrade for all Trinity 2.1 users, and will be
available for download at www.play.com. Trinity 1.2 customers will be able
to upgrade to Trinity 2.2 for only $495 through their local Trinity dealer.

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