Contact us at 800-388-0008 or info@alphavideo.com

alpha's blog

Webcast - Skinny MAM for Editing

If you haven’t heard about “Skinny MAM,” you may be interested to learn how just the right amount of Media Asset Management will improve your remote post-production workflow. Whether you are working in your office, remotely connecting from home, or working in the cloud, an efficient MAM solution will improve your editing productivity.

Click the video below to watch our January webcast where we interview Stephen Tallamy, EditShare CTO, and demo best-in-class examples.

Remote Production Networks Using NDI & SRT

Even before Covid-19, corporate, government, and education production departments were faced with the challenge of having enough staff and equipment to record live multi-camera meetings and events in multiple locations. The need for multiple control rooms for studios, auditoriums, meeting rooms, classrooms, and sports venues around the office, campus, or country would strain the production resources in any organization. In some cases, production vans and flypacks serving as mobile control rooms were an option, but they are also subject to additional procurement and budget restraints.

AV Challenges in Hybrid Classrooms

Due to Covid-19, university and college campuses around the country face the challenges of teaching both remote students and in-class students at the same time. One of the biggest challenges is reconfiguring classroom audiovisual systems to offer synchronous instruction. Several issues arise in this teaching environment. Do any of these sound familiar?

The New Wave of Connected Cameras Using SRT

Imagine the flexibility of taking a video camera, connecting it to your local Wi-Fi network, and then instantly live stream high-quality, low latency video to desktops, laptops, and mobile devices worldwide with no additional gear needed. For many producers and video operators doing live events at their office, campus, sports facility, or house of worship, this is a dream come true.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - alpha's blog