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Televisão de Moçambique goes on-air with Shotoku SmartPeds

Shotoku, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual reality tracking, has announced that Televisão de Moçambique (Television of Mozambique) has gone on-air with a robotically controlled camera configuration comprised of the Company’s VR-enabled flagship SmartPed robotic pedestals and an expandable 8-channel TR-XT control system.

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Televisão de Moçambique goes on-air with Shotoku SmartPeds

VuWall Reduces Video Wall Integration Time and Increases Operator Efficiency With TRx Version 3.1

VuWall, a technology leader in video wall control systems and unified visualization solutions, today announced the release of TRx version 3.1, the company's centralized video wall management platform. The TRx platform is unique in delivering advanced video wall management and AV distribution capabilities and this major update facilitates the configuration and operation of video wall deployments in professional and mission-critical AV environments.

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VuWall Reduces Video Wall Integration Time and Increases Operator Efficiency With TRx Version 3.1
ARRI launches multiple challenges to validity of lighting effect patents in view of myriad prior art
PlayBox Neo schedules online What's New in Broadcast Playout presentation for September 30th
Ready for the next chapter of KVM: G&D hits the ground running at InfoComm 2021

PRLX Creative Production Ups its Streaming Game for Clients with AJA Gear 

With the quality of video-on-demand (VOD) content continuing to rise across popular streaming platforms, modern audiences have come to expect the same caliber quality in live streams, which introduces new challenges for live event and streaming production companies like PRLX Creative Production. To meet client quality standards without breaking budgets, Director Ashley Blenkinsop and team have established a workflow that enables smooth, high-quality live video delivery for clients in live events, sports and business located across Darwin and Melbourne, Australia. Alongside an explosion of the hybrid events space in the last year, PRLX has continued to evolve the workflow, including the addition of tools like the AJA HELO H.264 encoding, streaming, and recording device, and the AJA KUMO 1616-12G router.

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PRLX Creative Production Ups its Streaming Game for Clients with AJA Gear 

LumenRadio presents the next generation of CRMX products with three new indoor units

Having been part of the Entertainment Lighting industry for over a decade, LumenRadio has developed the next generation with focus on the increasing needs of the industry professionals. With the improved feature set and radio design, the next generation meets the demands from the industry in regards to both universes and features without compromising on reliability or range.
 

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LumenRadio presents the next generation of CRMX products with three new indoor units

Appear announces support for ultra-low latency HEVC encoding on X Platform

Appear, a global leading company in media processing and delivery technology, today announced that its X Platform now supports ultra-low latency HEVC encoding. Targeting the mobile and fixed contribution, as well as the live compression markets, added support for ultra-low latency HEVC encoding on the same hardware unit that also supports low and normal delay means Appear’s X Platform can deliver high quality video in any application. Enabling broadcasters, telcos and production companies to deliver truly immersive live video experiences at a lower cost per channel. By adding support for ultra-low delay HEVC encoding, Appear is enabling customers to balance their bandwidth, video quality and latency requirements—the X Platform encoder module supports up to 2 x ultra-high-definition (UHD) or 8 x high-definition (HD) channels in standard and low delay modes or up to 2 x UHD or 4 x HD channels with ultra-low HEVC latency, making it the densest and most power efficient solution on the market.
 

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Appear announces support for ultra-low latency HEVC encoding on X Platform

Korea Racing Authority Trots to the Finish Line With AJA Ki Pro GO

Korean Racing Authority (KRA) is the lead horse racing company in the nation, hosting equestrian races and recreational events across venues in Seoul, Busan and Jeju. During a recent broadcast system upgrade, the Busan branch of the KRA installed two AJA Ki Pro GO digital recorders to streamline failproof primary and backup H.264 recording to central network-attached storage (NAS).
 

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Korea Racing Authority Trots to the Finish Line With AJA Ki Pro GO
Quicklink announces Virtual NAB 2021 Series
BirdDog and Ideal Systems announce strategic APAC partnership.

Clear-Com IP-Based System Debuts During Opening Weekend of San Diego Symphony’s New Outdoor Venue, The Shell

In early August, the San Diego Symphony celebrated the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art outdoor performance space, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park, after a 13-month delay due to COVID. The architectural marvel and surrounding park grounds sit on the edge of the bay in Downtown San Diego, serving as a unique gathering ground for elevated live performances and public city events. Throughout the five-year project, project managers relied on expertise from global leaders in audiovisual and entertainment technology, Solotech, who specified and installed all AV equipment, including a Clear-Com Eclipse® HX Digital Matrix system with integrated FreeSpeak II® Digital Wireless Intercom, HelixNet® Digital Network Partyline and LQ® Series of IP Interfaces.

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Clear-Com IP-Based System Debuts During Opening Weekend of San Diego Symphony’s New Outdoor Venue, The Shell

Studio Berlin expands OB van fleet with U10 and sets standards with new OB van concept

The German-based TV production service company Studio Berlin has commissioned a new UHD/HDR OB van, the U10, which has already been successfully used in the live production of the German Television Award (RTL). Studio Berlin pursued innovative paths for mobile production units in the planning and implementation of U10. With approx. 60 m2 working space the OB van offers up to 26 people sufficient space for a relaxed working atmosphere. It can work with up to 24 UHD cameras and partners perfectly with a modern support truck. U10 is the second production vehicle (after the U9) that Studio Berlin planned and built with the German system integrator Broadcast Solutions. The most significant innovation leveraged with U10 and never been implemented in this consistency before is the separation of control room and technology. The technical components are not installed in the OB van, as is usually the case, but are housed in a central equipment room in the support truck. A fibre interlink connects both vehicles. Because of the vehicle's size and concept, Studio Berlin is well equipped to realise even the most prominent sports productions and show events.
 

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Studio Berlin expands OB van fleet with U10 and sets standards with new OB van concept
LYNX Technik Announces Second Generation yellobrik Sync Pulse Generator with Genlock  
Gravity Media Installs Australia´s First LED Wall To Deliver Flawless On-Screen Images

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