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ES Broadcast equipment helps QUALITY deliver first REMI IP production for ODESUR Games Posted: 27/10/2022
ES Broadcast equipment helps QUALITY deliver first REMI IP production for ODESUR Games

ES Broadcast has provided a large array of cameras, lenses and tripods from its rental fleet to support live coverage of the ODESUR Games in Asunción, Paraguay – the first time the event has been delivered using remote IP-based production.

Tags: ES Broadcast | ES Broadcast Hire | remote production | IP production | REMI | HDC-4300
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Mo-Sys partners with BDS in Italian distribution deal Posted: 17/10/2022
Mo-Sys partners with BDS in Italian distribution deal

Mo-Sys Engineering has appointed BDS as a dealer for the Italian market. The agreement marks the expansion of BDS’ portfolio while strengthening Mo-Sys' market leading position and further improving the accessibility of its solutions for broadcast, film and corporate projects throughout Europe.

From its headquarters in Rome, Italy, BDS has over thirty years' experience in augmented reality and VFX for film and TV. The company has been a leader in the Virtual Reality market since 2007 and more recently expanded to meet the growing demand for Virtual Production. Now able to offer all of the tools for VP, including professional services and skilled people, BDS has successfully completed a number of high-profile LED VP projects using Mo-Sys precision camera tracking.

Tags: Mo-Sys | BDS | Partner | Dealer | Virtual Production | XR | StarTracker | Camera Tracking | LED | Remote Production | Robotics | bMR | MoRail | VP
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QTVs new Glasgow remote production centre formally opens Posted: 14/10/2022
QTVs new Glasgow remote production centre formally opens

Glasgow-based outside broadcast facilities and production company QTV has formally opened its cutting-edge remote production centre, built by ES Broadcast’s systems integration team, on the outskirts of Glasgow.

The Clydesdale House remote production centre will be home to the company’s expanded production offices and four state-of-the-art remote production galleries, each capable of delivering up to eight-camera broadcasts.

The centre will also host QTV’s dedicated MCR, post-production and off-tube commentary facilities, as well as flexible production spaces for the company’s digital and livestreaming operations.


Tags: QTV | remote production | ES Broadcast | VAR | systems integration
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Network Saturation, No Problem for France Tevisions with Starlink and TVU Networks Posted: 06/10/2022
Network Saturation, No Problem for France T and eacute;l and eacute;visions with Starlink and TVU Networks

TVU Networks' Starlink integration enables live coverage of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral without the need for internet, satellite or live trucks



Tags: TVU Networks | remote production | IP Video | mobile transmission | TVU One | Starlink | France Television
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IBC 2022: FOR-A to Introduce First in Software-Based Line Up for Live Remote Production Applications Posted: 09/09/2022
IBC 2022: FOR-A to Introduce First in Software-Based Line Up for Live Remote Production Applications

New at IBC this year will be the first two introductions in a new product category from FOR-A – the SOAR-A series. The name stands for Software Optimized Appliance Revolutionized by FOR-A and marks the company’s direction toward a software-based strategy for a variety of applications.

Tags: IP Video | remote production | live video production | FOR-A | SOAR-A | IBC 2022
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MAVIS Broadcast announces SaaS partnership with ES Broadcast Posted: 09/09/2022
MAVIS Broadcast announces SaaS partnership with ES Broadcast

Cloud-based live production specialist MAVIS Broadcast has announced a partnership with ES Broadcast that will see the systems integrator offer the MAVIS Live SaaS-based production platform to clients.

Under the agreement, ES Broadcast will be able to propose MAVIS Live, an ultra-low latency, cloud-based production platform, as part of its systems integration solutions.

MAVIS Live enables remote production for live events and provides the user with a suite of professional virtualised production tools including vision and audio mixing, instant replay, talkback, commentary, VT and graphics. Both progressive and interlaced workflows are supported.

MAVIS Live delivers increased fan engagement and commercial benefits

The platform is designed to help rights holders generate expanded commercial value and fan engagement thanks to its ability to publish live content direct to high-engagement channels including social, OTT, web and VOD.  and OTT, social and web.

Announcing the partnership, Patrick Holroyd, CEO for MAVIS Broadcast, said: “We are delighted to partner with a leading name in the broadcast space. ES Broadcast’s ability to supply cutting-edge hardware as well as high-quality system design provides a perfect platform from which our MAVIS Live software can enable a flexible remote production environment.

“With audience engagement high on the agenda, not to mention sustainability and reducing carbon footprints, it’s a great time to be able to roll out our solutions to ES Broadcast’s client base.”

Expanded remote production solutions

Jonathan Lyth, Group CTO for ES Broadcast, said: “it was important to us to expand our array of SaaS-based solutions – similar to the range of hardware options we offer. MAVIS Live is a highly capable remote production solution especially for mid-market applications and means we can cater for a much broader range of clients and budgets as remote workflows become more prevalent.

“Especially with remote production, it’s about making sure the end user gets the best fit and gives them the flexibility they need to handle different elements of a production from a range of locations.”



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NOMOBO Relies on Hitomi MatchBox Latency for Precision Lip-Syncing and Complete Timing Control Posted: 09/09/2022
NOMOBO Relies on Hitomi and rsquo;s MatchBox Latency for Precision Lip-Syncing and Complete Timing Control

Amsterdam-based content services provider NOMOBO has chosen Hitomi Broadcast’s MatchBox Latency to ensure complete timing quality control assurance during remote production of live events for its corporate and entertainment clients. NOMOBO relies on this latest feature of the MatchBox product range, the industry’s premier audio video alignment toolbox, to ensure a fast and precise measurement of latency and lip-sync timing alignment across live feeds coming in simultaneously from multiple locations to its master control room (MCR) in Amsterdam. The system was supplied by Hitomi’s Belgian distributor DigiNet. 

Tags: Hitomi Broadcast | NOMOBO | Hitomi MatchBox | MatchBox Analyser | MatchBox Generator | MatchBox Glass | remote production | audio | synchronisation | lip sync | broadcast | production | IBC 2022
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IBC 2022: TVU Networks New Look, New Connections Posted: 06/09/2022
IBC 2022: TVU Networks New Look, New Connections

At IBC this year, TVU Networks will demonstrate exciting updates and new partner integrations to its cloud-based remote production ecosystem. New to the TVU cloud production solution is TVU RPS (Remote Production System) Link Encoder which allows multi-channel REMI production over 5G cellular networks. Another new module is TVU Replay, a multi-camera control sports app. TVU Replay enables officials to instantly review play during games and for producers to include that live video within their coverage. TVU will also announce an integration with Stream Deck from Elgato. Stream Deck is a physical control interface device popular with gamers streaming on Twitch and YouTube. Using Stream Deck to control live production from the TVU Producer platform makes seamless production easy for a new generation of content creators.




Tags: TVU Networks | 8K | remote production | 5G | REMI | cloud-based video production | IBC 2022
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Mo-Sys launches MoRail its high-performance motorized camera rail at IBC 2022 Posted: 31/08/2022
Mo-Sys launches MoRail its high-performance motorized camera rail at IBC 2022

Mo-Sys Engineering (www.mo-sys.com), world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for Virtual Production (VP), announces the launch of its new high-performance motorized rail, MoRail, which enables cost-effective creative pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) and ENG camera movement within newsroom environments. 

Tags: Mo-Sys | virtual production | remote production | IBC 2022 | MoRail | PTZ cameras | broadcast | mewsroom | technology | filmmaking | cinematography | IBC 2022
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LiveU Releases its Best-in-Class LU810 and LU610S Rackmount REMI Encoders Posted: 30/08/2022
LiveU Releases its Best-in-Class LU810 and LU610S Rackmount REMI Encoders

LiveU today announced the LU810 and LU610S, its breakthrough rackmount REMI (remote production) encoders with support for 5G, 4K and synchronized, multi-camera contribution. Leveraging LiveU's Reliable Transport (LRT™) protocol for IP bonding, and featuring new multi-camera capabilities, the new vehicle and fixed location solutions offer the highest levels of resiliency over the public internet together with ultra-low latency and cost savings.

Tags: encoding | remote production | sport | cellular bonding | multi-camera | IP-bonding | IBC 2022
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VIDI integrates Hitomi latency measurement for simplified video network implementations Posted: 24/08/2022
VIDI integrates Hitomi latency measurement for simplified video network implementations

Hitomi, developer of the powerful MatchBox tools for lip-sync and latency measurement, will demonstrate its integration with VIDI NMS at IBC2022 (RAI Amsterdam, 9 – 12 September, stand 10.A42). The VIDI integration is the first time that a network management system has incorporated both latency measurement and correction into its single common user interface. 

Tags: Hitomi Broadcast | IBC2022 | Hitomi MatchBox | VIDI NMS | Latency | MatchBox Analyser | remote production | audio | synchronisation | lip sync | broadcast | production | IBC 2022
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Dejero Provides Seamless Connectivity for Super-Efficient Live Remote Production of New National Soccer League of El Salvador Posted: 22/08/2022
Dejero Provides Seamless Connectivity for Super-Efficient Live Remote Production of New National Soccer League of El Salvador

Dejero is supporting leading Spanish production company, Quality, with its innovative and highly efficient remote production workflow for the live broadcast of eight soccer matches per week for Tigo Sports’ coverage of El Salvador’s brand new national soccer league, Liga Nacional de Fútbol de El Salvador.

Tags: Dejero | National Soccer League | El Salvador | Quality | Tigo Sports | EnGo | transmitters | CuePoint | return video server | WayPoint | receivers | remote production | live broadcast | Liga Nacional de Fútbol de El Salvador | Smart Blending Technology | MKM Marcomms
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Profuz Digital team attends IBC to gauge industry post-Covid Posted: 19/08/2022
Profuz Digital team attends IBC to gauge industry post-Covid

European developer ProfuzDigital heads to IBC2022 to share latest innovations in SubtitleNEXT, ProfuzLAPIS, and NEXT-TT.

Highlights include IBC’s Special Award, rewarding collaboration via LinkedIn Group 'Support for Ukrainian Media Professionals'. SubtitleNEXT is included in the list, acknowledged and given special mention for providing free subtitling services to Ukrainian broadcasters across Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, and countries aiding Ukrainian refugees.

Tags: IBC2022 | Profuz LAPIS | SubtitleNEXT | NEXT-TT | localization | remote production | workflows | cloud technology | customized | Support for Ukrainian Media Professional | IBC Innovation Awards | digital asset workflow management | subtitling | broadcasters | IBC 2022
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Mo-Sys to demonstrate live broadcast and cinematic Virtual Production at IBC 2022 Posted: 18/08/2022
Mo-Sys to demonstrate live broadcast and cinematic Virtual Production at IBC 2022

Mo-Sys Engineering, world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for Virtual Production (VP), is to lead the market with stunning demonstrations and critical collaborations at IBC2022. The demonstrations will focus on cutting-edge applications for broadcast and cinematic production.

Tags: Mo-Sys | virtual production | remote production | IBC 2022 | StarTracker | VP Pro XR | AR | cameras | broadcast | technology | filmmaking | cinematography | IBC 2022
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GB Labs puts the focus firmly on customers with its return to IBC 2022 Posted: 16/08/2022
GB Labs puts the focus firmly on customers with its return to IBC 2022

At IBC 2022, GBLabs’ focus is on re-connecting with customers and emphasising how it can help them with the key issues facing their organisations, such as security, and business and change management. Today, broadcasters and media companies are less concerned with the underlying technology and more focused on issues that impact future growth, such as creating more content in a smarter, more efficient way. At this year’s IBC, the company will show customers how they can more effectively manage resources across multiple locations – on-premise, in the cloud and hybrid workflows.

Tags: GB Labs | IBC 2022 | Intelligent Storage Solutions | Storage | Media Storage | Broadcast | HyperSpace | UnifyHub | FastNas | remote working | live events | remote production | IBC 2022
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