Meet us at NAB 2022

For the latest in Broadcast Graphics Goodness visit RT Software at NAB 2022 Booth #N1731

RT Software is delighted to be back at the LV Convention Center and we very much look forward to meeting anyone and everyone with an interest in broadcast graphics.

Much has happened since the last NAB:

• Artificial Intelligence (AI) AI has become a thing in broadcast graphics, especially for our Tactic sports analysis products. Come and see how we have harnessed it so you can deliver the most compelling sports graphics quickly and easily.

• Graphics need to scale. From low-cost solutions for web and social production through to tier 1 UHD HD with a preview. Our Swift Engine delivers the flexibility you need.

• Web is crucial. Remote production became a big thing overnight. Visit the booth to see our flexible Swift Live web-based graphics command and control in action.

Plus we can show you CG, newsroom graphics, virtual studio, augmented reality, videowall, playout & channel branding along with a handful of graphics infrastructure products to provide you with an integrated end to end broadcast graphics deployment. 

With graphics products, solutions and expertise in Sports, News, Entertainment and Channel Branding there is something for everyone, we look forward to seeing you in Vegas.

Be our guest – use free passcode LV92328
*NEW* The $50 fee is now waived until the last day of the show April 27, 2022.

Want a free Tactic Licence?
Then join us for the “Tactic Challenge”. Bring along your sports clips in a
hi-res format and see for yourself how the smarts in Tactic do away with time-consuming preparation tasks – leaving you free to create compelling graphics in record-breaking time. If you like what you see we will set you up with a free Tactic licence for 3 months.

About RT Software

RT Software is a leading worldwide provider of real-time graphics solutions. Its product set spans CG, template-driven graphic overlays, election and newsroom graphics, specialist sports graphics and virtual studios. From its beginnings as an offshoot of the BBC 3D Graphics Department in 2004, the company now has installations from Iceland to New Zealand, and its growing customer base includes the BBC, Sky Sports, Fox Sports, BT Sport and many other Tier 1 broadcasters.