|Industry||Video and Audio Technology for Broadcast and Film|
|Headquarters||Billerica, Massachusetts, USA|
|Key people||Nigel Spratling, President|
Echolab was a company that designs and develops video production switchers for digital media markets, such as broadcasting, live production, and events. The company's products include standards and format conversion; live production switching; production and distribution of digital media in a variety of formats.
In April 2008, Echolab presented its new Overture series of switchers, as well as several optional enhancements. Among these enhancements were MultiPlayMD, a panel-controlled instant replay device and winner of TV Technology's STAR Award for Superior Technology. Additionally, the SD/HD-capable MegaKeyMD clip player, mixer, and keyer provides support for playout of video and animated graphics. Echolab’s Conductor control integration system incorporates touchscreen technology to enhance on-air control by automating complex sequences and switching tasks critical to professional-quality production.
The last series of switchers produced by Echolab, the ATEM series, is now branded Blackmagic Design.
- ATEM user web site
- Echolab web site - now off line
- Overture web site - now off line
- Blackmagic Design web site
- ATEM switcher series web site
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