EMC facilities are getting a serious graphics upgrade with Ross XPression
Studio 1 and Studio 2 in the Bragg building are set for a major graphics upgrades with the installations of two Ross XPression real-time motion graphics systems. XPression is a system of real-time motion graphics, clip servers, workflow tools, and purpose-built software applications that can be used in any kind of live TV productions such as news, sports, elections, etc. This is the system chosen by high-volume production TV networks such as ESPN and E!
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The essence of this system is the production and real-time playback of motion graphics. This is an essential part of live television production and those with the right expertise can make an entire career of working with this type of system.
XPression Training Thursday, Oct. 8 at noon
EMC alumnus James Stevens will conduct an XPression training seminar for interested students this Thursday, October 8 at noon in Studio 1. James is an Emmy Award winner who has worked with this system on shows such as the CMT Awards, CMA Awards, So You Think You Can Dance, Big Brother, and others. James has also taught motion graphics classes here at MTSU and is an EMC inductee of the Wall of Fame.