Panasonic's KAIROS is a great solution for live streaming production studios who need a powerful solution for their productions. KAIROS is a next generation platform for improving functionality, rendering and distribution of live video media.
The Roland V-1HD is a four HDMI video switcher perfect for live productions of different sizes. The switcher comes jam packed with a ton of features including scalable inputs, two HDMI outputs, and picture-in-picture onboard effects. V-1HD also comes with a 12-channel digital audio mixer and can stream to your computer when paired with Roland's UVC-01 HDMI encoder.
Zoom meetings and webinars are the new way connect with your audience, whether you are an educator, corporate presenter or entertainer. While the landscape is still decently new, Epiphan is here to help you create the best product for your broadcast Zoom meeting.
PhotoJoseph and his PhotoJoseph Live YouTube Channel uploads top tier content on the latest and greatest in live streaming and video technology. His recent video covering the Pearl Nano and Pearl-2 with SRT is an excellent example. The video takes a nice deep dive into the technology, and functions as an excellent resource for these products.
PTZ Cameras are now a fixture of many live streaming broadcast studios. This is due to their compact size, ease of use and ability to get unique camera angles, without multiple camera operators. Recently, Paul Richards from PTZOptics contributed to a great article detailing PTZ Camera's place in the broadcast landscape for newscaststudio.com.
The YoloLiv YoloBox is a popular HDMI switcher, monitor, recorder and encoder in the form factor of an android tablet. This device has recently become very popular, and with that comes some great videos from YoloBox users that walk through some of the features, and tips on the YoloBox.
Matrox devices have always been at home in the classroom setting, and the new Maevex encoder is no exception. One recent workflow we've come across is the Maevex being used in Santa Clara University to improve virtual learning, and make the shift more seamless.
Operation for the press conferences themselves were done in a media production room, while interviews were conducted in "interview pods". This was done to maintain the guidelines imposed from social distancing, while still allowing the NCAA's March Madness Bubble to still be produced in high quality. With the power of NDI, BirdDog P200 cameras can be controlled from anywhere on a network throughout a facility.
NDI is a technology from NewTek that allows video to travel over your IP network, meaning sources can be sent anywhere on a network wirelessly or with a single ethernet cable. Postperspective.com recently posted a great article covering the ability to share post production workflows in real time with the power of NDI.