This week's Videoguys NewsDay 2sDay LIVE Webinar is on live sports video production products and practices. Whether you want to stream out your son's little league game for his grandparents across the country, or you're tasked with live streaming a professional-level hockey game, these products will help you get your live production up and running.
We're here to fill all of your sports broadcasting needs, from youth sports all the way to the professional level.
The NewTek TriCaster TC1 and the TriCaster mini are perfect for creating a live broadcast package. These models make a professional and complete broadcast, while staying in an affordable price range.
NewTek has also further developed their NDI technology, enabling devices to communicate over standard Ethernet. New products using NDI are perfect for remotely streaming any number of sports- from NewTeks connect spark line all the way to their NDI PTZ Cameras.
Recently, NewTek's TC1 and NDI technology were used to broadcast the Sunset Ridge Western Amateur Golf Tournament for the first time. The broadcast played live on many of the golf channels online networks. To find out more about this event, check out NewTek's article on the subject.
Telestream's Wirecast and Wirecast Gear can be used on PC or Mac to mix and stream video from multiple different outputs- making Wirecast and ideal tool for any sports broadcast.
Roland V-1 switchers are available to increase your live stream quality. At an affordable price, these portable mixers fit any four camera sports shoot.
For more information on the Roland VR-1HD click here
PTZ Optics cameras utilize NDI and SDI technology to become an exciting new tool in remote live broadcasting. These small, mobile cameras create a sophisticated set up and can also be adjusted remotely via NDI Joystick.
For more information on the PTZOptics NDI and SDI cameras click here.
Sling Studio sets up it's own portable WiFi network, to attach multiple live camera feeds- to be monitored simultaneously. This product is perfect for football formations or broadcasting complex plays.
LiveU Solo and Cloud Graphics
LiveU Solo is a cellular bonding encoder which uses two cell modems and LiveU's LRT service to allow you to store your footage in the cloud as it records.
LiveU's Cloud Graphics also allows broadcasters to add sophisticated graphics to their live Video as it streams in real time!
The Matrox Monarch line can be used for dual quality streaming, encoding and recording. These devices allow you to record in large and small resolution simultaneously, providing video for multiple purposes after an event has been streamed.
Ryerson's School of Journalism recently utilized Matrox Monarch technology to improve their live webcasts! Find out more here!
The Teradek bolt and Vidiu Go are absolute essentials for proffessional sports broadcasting. These devices focus on point to point broadcasting and have been used to stream sports on an olympic level.
Epiphan's new line of video grabbers and Webcaster packages are bringing ESports into the public eye. Across the country, Esports is growing in recognition and legitimacy. Much of the success can be attributed to Epiphans newest line of products.
BirdDog remains one of the leaders in NDI Technology. The BirdDog Studio is a full NDI encoder, perfect for streaming ESports!
Glyph, LaCie, and Avid Nexis Pro
If you're live streaming video, chances are you will need to store it. In our webinar we go into many different options to help you decide your best storage options.