LiveU will be highlighting its end-to-end live video and remote production (REMI) solutions, powered by the LiveU cloud video platform, enabling new levels of reliability, flexibility, and cost savings.
For the first time, LiveU will be showing its end-to-end cloud production workflow with easylive.io, which the company acquired in May 2022, enabling innovative and interactive live experiences. With the easylive.io integration, LiveU aims to offer a full end-to-end solution for live contribution, cloud production, orchestration, ingest and distribution, serving the needs of every type of customer from global broadcasters to niche sports and entertainment.
In the run-up to the show, LiveU will unveil its new 5G live video transmission solutions as part of its complete 5G product suite for broadcast-quality coverage.
- Contribution – unlocking the potential of live video with 5G, 4K and multi-cam. LiveU will demonstrate its native 5G live contribution and distribution solutions including the multi-cam LU800 5G production-level field unit, small-sized LU300S 5G video transmission solution and rich remote production tools, using the LiveU Reliable Transport (LRT) protocol.
- Production, Management & Orchestration – for greater engagement, and increased efficiency. LiveU will present the easylive.io all-in-one cloud-based live streaming production studio, alongside its latest cloud-based solutions. These include the new LiveU Ingest solution for automatic recording and story metadata tagging of live video, and the award-winning LiveU Air Control solution, serving as a single collaboration solution to get remote guests on-air and live feeds into the system in broadcast-quality.
- Distribution – expanding the reach for live content, at a fraction of the cost. Increasingly used for global news and sports coverage, the LiveU Matrix IP cloud video management and distribution solution offers significant cost savings compared to satellite and fiber. LiveU Matrix will be demonstrated with its new Dynamic Share service, enabling users to share and receive an exponential number of live feeds using the Global Directory of 10,000+ customer endpoints in news, sports, entertainment, and other vertical markets.
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