Cloud control for live video with mass acquisition and AI enhanced filtering is in the solution.
“We’re unlocking an entirely new dimension of live video acquisition by using WebRTC for mass acquisition of live and near-live material and using AI & ML to select the right content,” said Andreas Jacobi, CEO of Make.TV.
Make.TV's Live Video Cloud (LVC) platform lets broadcasters and producers acquire content at scale that has never been done before with AI supported curation and filtering of hundreds of live video feeds from mobile devices via WebRTC, social media platforms, professional devices and traditional broadcast infrastructure.
Broadcasters can get the most out of cloud-based ingest, control, and distribution for live video and acquire relevant content fast, decentralize productions, extend brand reach and enable audience participation. Make.TV customers include MLB (Major League Baseball), FOX Sports, and Electronic Sports League (ESL) for live content acquisition, routing, and distribution.
Live Ingest – Ingest an unlimited number of concurrent live signals from pro-cameras/encoders, mobiles, and online sources.
Recording & Upload – Automatic recordings of ingested live signals and asset uploads of mobile recordings.
Curation & Control – Visual and metadata supported content curation for easy, and fast decision-making.
Live Distribution – Distribute live signals simultaneously to unlimited destinations online and to broadcast systems.
Setup Configuration – Easy and flexible setup configuration including runtime changes with reliable signal connections.
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