Panasonic has entered the 360 degree camera market with the development of a Live Camera System, the AW-360. The camera is capable of producing 360-degree video in uncompressed 4K/30p using the industry-standard 2:1 equi-rectangular format 360-degree video by stitching the output of four cameras.
Harmonic is porting it playout server Spectrum to the cloud and highlighting the encode of a live VR rugby production.
The pressures of production won’t tolerate the temerity of a touchscreen, so DNF gave us real buttons to control AJA’s Ki Pro recorders.
High-speed cameras add production value and an exciting new dimension to live television, particularly for sports coverage. Consumers expect an ever-more-amazing viewing experiences through features such as high-frame-rate (HFR) replays, driving sports broadcasters’ growing demand for the cameras that can offer these effects.
Timecode Systems is heading to Las Vegas with new products, enhanced features, and some exciting updates to its BLINK Hub app that together demonstrate how its solutions combine to deliver significant time and cost savings throughout the production process, from acquisition through to postproduction. This year the company will be showcasing not only how its system streamlines multicamera production workflows, but also how it now offers those same efficiency benefits to virtual reality filmmakers.
The union of IMT and Vislink product lines under the xG Technology umbrella brings an expanded range of video capture, transmit and receive solutions to broadcasters.
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