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AVIWEST Launches PRO460 5G Transmitter for Live Remote Production Posted: 16/10/2021
AVIWEST Launches PRO460 5G Transmitter for Live Remote Production

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, today unveiled its new PRO460, the next evolution of its flagship PRO bonded cellular transmitter series for remote and at-home video production over 5G networks. The AVIWEST PRO460 addresses all the challenges that broadcasters face in expanding their remote production for live events, including sports, entertainment, concerts, and interactive TV shows. Available in a compact form factor suitable for backpack or V-Mount/G-mount camera mounting, the PRO460 supports 4K UHD and multicamera workflows for up to four high-resolution, fully frame-synced feeds, delivering outstanding-quality video and high performance.

Tags: AVIWEST | PRO460 | 4K UHD | At-home video production | Live Remote Production | 5G | multi-camera workflows | H.265/HEVC
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AVIWEST Launches RACK400 4K UHD and Multi-HD Encoder for Live Remote Production Posted: 15/09/2021
AVIWEST Launches RACK400 4K UHD and Multi-HD Encoder for Live Remote Production

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, today unveiled the next evolution of its RACK Series encoders for remote and at-home video production over unmanaged IP networks. Available in a compact, half-1U form factor, the RACK400 supports 4K UHD and multicamera workflows for up to four high-resolution, fully frame-synced feeds. Both the latest generation of H.265/HEVC and the proven H.264/AVC compression standards are supported to accommodate new and existing infrastructures. The RACK400 delivers outstanding-quality video and high performance, with up to 4Kp60 combined with eight audio channels for high-end productions.

Tags: Encoder | 4K UHD | At-home video production | AVIWEST | Live Remote Production | unmanaged IP networks | multi-camera workflows | Low end-to-end latency
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Texas A and M Goes IP with Imagine Communications for Integrated Sports Production Posted: 28/04/2020
Texas A and amp;M Goes IP with Imagine Communications for Integrated Sports Production

12th Man Productions, the sports broadcast and post facility for Texas A&M University, has moved to IP connectivity to provide a common production platform for all its sports venues. A cornerstone of the new installation is the Selenio™ Network Processor (SNP) from Imagine Communications.

The A&M campus in College Station, Texas, incorporates seven sports venues, spread across the site, which host as many as 110 events a year. As well as offering broadcast outputs from any event at any location, 12th Man Productions also provides in-stadium big screen entertainment and information. The football stadium, Kyle Field, was rebuilt in 2014, and as part of that project, a central studio was planned.

Today, fiber circuits connect every field back to the Kyle Field stadium, allowing resources to be allocated to any venue dynamically. Four control rooms allow two venues to broadcast live, while also producing big screen shows at two more venues. This calls for a large number of feeds in each direction, supporting monitors, multiple digital signage networks and big screen replays, as well as feeds for home and visiting teams. There is also a need to provide for official replay facilities in many sports. All signals are handled as uncompressed HD, minimizing latency by eliminating the delays of compression math, and allowing for live remote production even when venues are 10 kilometers from the control room.

Tags: Imagine Communications | Texas A&M | SMPTE ST 2110 | 12th Man Productions | IP connectivity | SNP | Selenio Network Processor | live remote production | Zack Bacon | Cassidy Phillips | MKM Marketing Communications | MKM Marcomms
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