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Rental company CGS Dry Hire, based in Denkendorf in southern Germany – known nationwide as CGS – and headed by Christian Geyer, relies on a large number of Robe’s just launched FORTE high powered LED moving lights, which have just been delivered via Robe Germany. These are now available for dry hire at CGS. These are the first FORTES to be received in Germany and have been included in the rental stock of CGS for general lighting equipment – with Christian looking ahead to when the industry re-starts as pandemic lockdown rules start being eased.
Thai Monastery Wat Na Pa Pong Relies on NewTek TriCaster® and NDI® To Broadcast Timeless Buddhist Teachings
Wat Na Pa Pong is a Theravada Buddhist monastery located northeast of Bangkok in Thailand’s Pathum Thani Province. The venerable Ajarn Kukrit Sothipalo leads the monastery and believes in learning, practicing, and proclaiming exclusively from the words of the Buddha – a practice known as Buddhawajana. To assist with outreach, Wat Na Pa Pong uses many modern technologies. Websites, mobile applications, and video content allow for followers – and those interested in the monastery and its teachings – to quickly connect online. That said, analog systems for recording and broadcasting video had the monastery struggling with image quality. To repair that situation, Wat Na Pa Pong turned to NewTek and NDI®.
With up to to 500 frames per secondthe Dream Chip Super Slow Motion Camera capture any detail. Because of its size the camera is handy like the other ATOM one cameras and because of that, it can be easily placed on a Polrcam or over the basketball net. Users can connect the camera directly to their EVS system and control the slow motion with their standard work flow.But for small production and stand alone applications, the camera also supports internal recording and nothing else but the free of charge ProVideo Software is doing the job the.
Riedel’s MicroN UHD Provides Decentralized Signal Routing and Processing for Betamobil’s Newly Upgraded UHD5 Truck
Riedel Communications today announced that Betamobil, a Berlin-based provider of advanced OB production facilities and services, is the latest European customer to adopt Riedel’s new MediorNet MicroN UHD media distribution and processing solution. To support its ongoing migration to IP-based operations, Betamobil has deployed 14 MicroN UHD devices to handle decentralized signal routing on board its flagship OB van – recently renamed UHD5 to reflect its upgrade to advanced UHD production capabilities.
NEP Group, the leading worldwide technical production partner for
premier content producers of live sports and entertainment, announced that they have opened a new
production centre at 200 Gray’s Inn Road in the heart of London. Supported by NEP’s world-renowned
engineering prowess and technical capabilities, this new production centre is designed to be flexible in
every way – with easily adaptable workspaces, quickly scalable resources, and virtual studio solutions –
allowing it to adapt to the needs of almost any type of broadcast or streaming production on any given day
Atomos announces Apple ProRes RAW support for the Panasonic LUMIX BGH1 Box camera and the LUMIX S1
Atomos and Panasonic are delighted to announce the development of Apple ProRes RAW recording from both the LUMIX BGH1 and LUMIX S1 cameras. The LUMIX BGH1 Box camera includes a Micro Four Thirds 10.2MP image sensor. It will record up to 4K DCI ProRes RAW when combined with the Atomos Ninja V. In addition to this, the full-frame LUMIX S1, together with the Ninja V, will be capable of recording up to 5.9K ProRes RAW.
Obsidian Control Systems marks a successful year of shipping its comprehensive NETRON data distribution line of RDM splitters and EtherDMX nodes and announces a new Version 2.6 firmware release. Prompted by the increasing fixture counts and continuous growth in the number of Universes used on a show, NETRON supports applications from live production and venue installations to architectural environments and has enjoyed strong market adaptation globally since its release.
BBC Studios' hugely popular celebrity TV contest Strictly Come Dancing returned for its eighteenth series at the end of 2020, with brand new visual content choreographed by Hippotizer Karst+ Media Servers.
Pioneering new virtual production solution VERO is now fully operational in the UK, offering high-end LED surround screen backdrop, realtime graphics and powerful in-sync camera tracking. The project brings together content, technology and operations talent from multiple companies, who have joined forces to enable creatives and filmmakers far more on-set visual control.
Ebner Media Group has taken over cinec, the most important trade fair for cine technology and equipment in the DACH region, with effect from January 1, 2021. "With this move, we are creating a unique studio of opportunities for the entire industry." says Marco Parrillo, CEO of Ebner Media Group."With the leading publication "Film & TV Kamera", including the special publications and the high-reach portal www.filmundtvkamera.de, we have a market-leading portfolio and thus an attractive offer for the entire film and broadcast industry. We would like to thank Ms. Albrecht and Mr. Frühauf for handing us over an outstanding event. Of course, they will remain part of the cinec team with their valuable input and top-class network."
As a seasoned freelance sound mixer with more than 30 years of experience, Mike Aiton has worked on a diverse range of projects spanning film, TV, and proAV. In addition to mixing and sound designing for Mikerophonics clients in his London studio, Mike also works remotely as a Solutions Architect on the Solutions Team for Source Elements, the leading real-time remote audio and video collaboration solutions provider. In both roles, he relies on gear from AJA Video Systems. When building remote collaboration workflows, he uses and recommends an AJA U-TAP SDI USB 3.0 capture device, and for independent sound to picture mixing projects, he’ll harness either an AJA T-TAP Thunderbolt™- powered SDI and HDMI output device or an AJA Io XT Thunderbolt-powered video and audio I/O box.
EMG, a leading global provider of broadcast facilities
and media solutions, unveiled a new visual identity today. The rebrand solidifies
the company’s position as an industry leader offering unique know-how and
world-renowned expertise to master the entire value chain from image creation
to distribution.The new name and logo were developed through a collaborative process
involving the consultation of all of the Group’s entities. This new name will also
be adopted by the Group’s main operating companies in months to come,
according to a country-by-country phased approach.
Haivision is excited to share the news that AWS has become the newest member of the SRT Alliance. AWS has joined the SRT Alliance to help further advance the adoption of the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol with native SRT support in AWS Elemental MediaConnect.This announcement marks a significant milestone for both broadcasters and the wider SRT community. With AWS SRT support, broadcasters will now be able to stream SRT to and from AWS Elemental MediaConnect, for low latency video contribution and distribution. For the SRT community, it further cements SRT’s position as the industry’s most widely adopted protocol for live video transport.
Current COVID-19 restrictions require Seattle Channel, a local municipal television station, to produce City Council meetings and other civic and arts programming using videoconferencing software. When restrictions are lifted, Seattle Channel station personnel are looking forward to getting back to producing multi-camera shoots in the community.
Sony is proud to introduce the latest member of the XVS family of production switchers. The XVS-G1 inherits many of the well-established features and architecture from the current models and adds cutting-edge technology for a range of visual processing enhancements. The all-new 4RU processor is combined with a range of four stylish new control panels plus a newly developed web-based operational menu for efficient and simple installations. The XVS-G1 builds on the success of the MVS-3000A and MVS-6530 switchers, bringing full HD and 4K(UHD) capacity at an affordable price. Configurable from 1 to 4 M/E banks, the XVS-G1 offers 16 full-feature keyers with up to 48 inputs, 24 outputs in HD mode, or 24 in, 12 out in 4K(UHD). These features make it the perfect choice for small and medium studios, flyaway packs and OB production units.