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Dejero EnGo Key to Cinematographers Virtual Video Village for Remote Creative Collaboration Posted: 13/05/2021
Dejero EnGo Key to Cinematographers Virtual Video Village for Remote Creative Collaboration

Dejero is providing award-winning cinematographer, Vinit Borrison, with connectivity solutions at the heart of his virtual video village workflow, enabling efficient remote collaboration anywhere in the world. Dejero’s Smart Blending Technology enabled high-quality, low-latency video during the filming, editing and delivery of a Neutrogena commercial shoot.


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Dejero App Paves the Way for High Schools to Stream Broadcast-Quality Live Sports at a Fraction of the Cost of Traditional Set-ups Posted: 28/04/2021
Dejero App Paves the Way for High Schools to Stream Broadcast-Quality Live Sports at a Fraction of the Cost of Traditional Set-ups

Dejero has enabled The Lovett School in Atlanta to deliver its live sports event broadcasts despite the many safety protocols in place due to the ongoing pandemic. By incorporating four Dejero LivePlus mobile apps and a WayPoint 104 receiver into its live streaming production workflow, and connecting to the existing campus Wi-Fi infrastructure, the school is able to reduce its production crew at games from fifteen students to just two or three, meaning they can adhere to social distancing regulations while covering sporting events – a feat that could not have been achieved with their pre-pandemic set up.

Tags: Dejero | MKM Marketing Communications | Covid-19 | Dejero | EnGo | EnGo260 | GateWay | High School Sports | hybrid encoding technology | Live Plus App | live sport | Lovett School | low latency | network congestion | pandemic
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