The Digital Department of Circuit des 24 Heures used the Quicklink TX Quad during its event coverage to stream live to the 24 Hours of Le Mans Facebook page and website. The program combined both race video and live conversations with fans.
Quicklink has announced that their complete product range now has integrated support for NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI) technology, enabling live IP production workflows over ethernet networks. The integrated NDI technology allows Quicklink solutions to support input and output over IP.
Audio and video transmission encoding/decoding specialist Comrex is set to launch two new products at the 2017 NAB Show, each aimed at different aspects of sound distribution and contribution. The ACCESS NX is an IP codec that operates on a variety of connections and networks used in broadcasting today, while
Talk show management systems developer Video Call Center (VCC) has added to its offering of Skype-based products with a new application that acts as a virtual green room. Caller Queue operates in the cloud and is designed as a holding place for large numbers of video calls before they are
At IBC 2016, Quicklink will showcase their popular TX Skype call transceivers that were launched at NAB. It enables professional reception and transmission of multiple Skype video calls through an SDI and HDMI interface. Designed in partnership with Microsoft, the TX Multi is a Skype video call management system that now
NewTek is shipping its TalkShow VS 4000, the professional, multi-channel video calling production system for both SDI and IP workflows, designed exclusively for conducting multiple live, production-ready Skype video calls simultaneously.
Halo, a major London TV and feature film post production studio, has finished a £300k upgrade of its main Studio 1 film dubbing stage, which it acquired at the end of 2011 after taking on the lease at 25 Noel Street in London’s Soho.
Clear-Com has introduced further enhancements for its intercom systems by adding new features to the HelixNet digital network party line. These include split-ear capability on belt packs, a higher number of input-output ports and connectivity to mobile apps and voice over IP (VoIP) devices.