Workflows For Live & Remote Production Webinar — AV.technology
Digistor will show how new technologies can reduce costs and increase opportunities in live and remote production; 2 June 2021
The sending of live video feeds, at high quality, from one location to another is becoming an increasingly common requirement for many productions — reducing the need to have everything and everyone on location.
Achieving this used to be a choice between high cost or low quality. Today, it’s possible and increasingly cost-effective to produce and deliver live video feeds reliably and at very high quality (broadcast quality) over normal internet connections without requiring dedicated lines, microwave links or satellite connections.
End-To-End Remote Live Workflows
Join this webinar to learn how the latest technologies can be applied to applications including
- Monitoring Live Video from Remote Locations
- Remote Production of Live Events
- New Generation Production in the Cloud
We’ll explore the terms and technologies and the latest products and techniques, delivering insights into what’s possible now and what’s coming in the near future. We’ll also outline real-world examples showing how the products and infrastructure can be be utilised with breakdowns of costs, to make you successful in deploying remote production workflows.
Developments in remote collaborative production, video over IP, LTE and 5G, SRT, NDI and bonded network technologies are coalescing to drive down the costs of covering live events — reducing the amount of equipment and people required — and, as a result, enabling new business models exploiting new opportunities for live and remote production.
When: Wednesday 2 June 2021 11:00 AM AEST
Duration: Approx. 45 min
Live Q&A will allow you to ask our experts to clarify information and answer questions relevant to your specific requirements.
This event will be presented by Digistor specialists and represents a unique opportunity to glean invaluable information from our experts.
Managing Director, Digistor
Managing Director Andrew Mooney founded Digistor in 1990. His experience designing, installing and maintaining services for broadcasters and post-production houses had made it clear to him that the industry needed a group of experts who could look at things objectively. The result is a company that for 30 years has been providing elegant solutions to leading organisations in the most technically-demanding application areas.
Senior Systems Engineer, DigistoR