The camera, lights and audio can be controlled from any Chrome browser using the company’s Quicklink Manager Portal.
At the 2019 IBC Show, Quicklink will demonstrate its new Studio-in-a-box production system with a single built-in Panasonic PTZ camera. The all-in-one portable unit (model ST500) is ideally suited for HD studio broadcast contributions where there are limited on-site technical resources available.
The camera, lights and audio can be controlled from any Chrome browser using the Quicklink Manager Portal to ensure the highest quality content is received. The operator fully manages the broadcast and can choose both file recording as HD-SDI and live output to air.
The unit is compact, rugged and easily transportable while supporting ultra-low delay teleprompt back to the contributor, control of up to 5 DMX-512 external lights as well as central control over local video or still backdrops.
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