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Take Your Production Further With Remote Acquisition Technology

Remote media production is not new but the increasing use of IP technology and the cloud has made its use far more widespread and accessible. In their latest guide, TV Tech brings you the commentary and insight from the professionals on the front lines of M&E technology development and implementation driving this phenomenon.

Remote media production is not new but the increasing use of IP technology and the cloud has made its use far more widespread and accessible. In their latest guide, TV Tech brings you the commentary and insight from the professionals on the front lines of M&E technology development and implementation driving this phenomenon.

Take Your Production Further With Remote Acquisition Technology

One of the key benefits of next­generation remote production is the ability to reduce the size of the overall production footprint. yet. capturing exciting, unique content remains essential to broadcasters and content creators. Many are having to double up the roles of their staff to streamline budget resources and one of the most effective ways of making sure resources stretch without compromising quality is to build remote acquisition into the workflow.

Workflows based on remote acquisition technologies, such as robotic camera heads, subject tracking automation, and multi­camera control interfaces, allow you to easily increase the number of camera angles captured to make the production more dynamic, while also helping you implement a more carbon-neutral workflow. A camera head placed high in the rafters of a sports-based production. manually controlled remotely over a low latency IP network, can capture unique aerial shots. Meanwhile, a one-to-many control setup can significantly increase the variety of Live shots for production control to choose from.

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