Zeplay has announced a new software release for its instant replay system that adds presets for exporting video files, which streamlines content sharing workflows. Version 4.2 is available now.
Disguise gx 2c and gx 1 media servers were used to generate content that accompanied the gameplay of the OMEN Challenge. The esports event was the first to be broadcast using disguise xR workflows, which combined Augmented, Virtual and Mixed Reality technologies.
While the annual NFL Super Bowl typically serves as a great technology showcase for trying out new ways of covering the game on television (e.g., augmented reality graphics and immersive audio), this year’s main Super Bowl LIV game production will employ a well-rehearsed game plan.
From the Women’s World Cup, Wimbledon to the FA Cup Final and more, 2019 has seen some of the highest viewership stats in sporting event history.
The software release (r17) adds NDI support and enables users to ‘previsualise’ every pixel of a project before an event or installation among other upgrades.
Live TV production demonstrated that an all IP and bonded cellular infrastructure can provide reliable world-class coverage at a world-class event.