5 Reasons Why You Should Use Automated Camera Tracking

Simplify your workflow, boost efficiency and increase productivity – sounds like a dream, right?

Broadcasters and AV professionals worldwide are constantly looking for creative new ways to boost productivity and provide the best production value possible within a given budget/time frame. Automating your camera set-up using our Polymotion Chat solution has a number of unique benefits (highlighted below) that allow a production team to overcome the various challenges broadcasters face, streamlining their workload in the process.

One Operator Can Control Multiple Cameras

The use of automation will allow just one operator to control multiple cameras or robotic PTZ heads, providing increased efficiency and productivity. With Polymotion Chat, one operator can control up to 6 cameras or robotic heads.

It Increases Creativity & Production Values

The ability to add new angles and subtle movement to your shots will increase production value and provide endless creative possibilities.

It Does All The Heavy Lifting For You

The use of automated tracking means that the software will do the “heavy lifting” for you – i.e following and framing your subject live, leaving remote operators to monitor and set up their next shots.

It’s Easy To Learn & Operate

Polymotion Chat is easy to learn and operate, making it easy to adopt into your workflows for increased efficiency and consistency of your shots, no matter who is operating.

Your Talent Can Move Freely Around The Studio

AI will manage all the tracking and follow your presenter or guests around any studio or stage, without you having to worry about them stepping out of frame. This is also fantastic for keeping overly animated or non-media trained people in the frame.

Find Out More About Our Automated Tracking Software

We’ve touched on some great plus points on automated camera tracking above, but if you’d like to learn more then please head over to our website to learn more about Polymotion Chat, our automated tracking software. With 3 versions available it is suitable for a wide range of environments, from lecture theatres and corporate meetings, right up to major broadcast studios.