"giving content a polished and professional look"
Streaming Pix is described as a complete live production and streaming solution designed for easy set up and use. It is aimed at corporates, education and HoW.
The turnkey solution leverages many of the same tried and tested acquisition, production, automation and streaming tools as Broadcast Pix’s professional products. They have been designed to be easy to use control interfaces and a library of clips and graphics “giving content a polished and professional look.”
It includes: a RoboPix PTZ camera with integrated remote control; audio capture using a LAV microphone; SDI, HDMI, IP and NDI inputs for the ability to input PowerPoint and social media and a library of “ready-to-use” clips and graphics.
Tony Mastantuono, StreamingPix Product Manager commented: “StreamingPix grew out of our observation that as the desire to stream events and content has exploded, particularly in recent weeks, most organizations lack the kind of broadcast training required by current systems on the market today. Users need a simpler, more accessible, and easier automated way to produce compelling streams and get them online, at a cost-effective price point.”
Other features includes: ‘Media aware’ macros; one-to-many streaming to Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Vimeo etc., and virtual meetings, including Zoom, Skype, Go to Meeting.
StreamingPix will start shipping in late April, 2020.
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