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PTZ cameras can be controlled by IR remotes, joystick controllers, smartphones, and a variety of software solutions. IR remote controls usually offer a limited set of basic features for controlling the camera and recalling presets. IR remote controls are easy to use for close-range camera control but generally do not work when the camera is […]

Most PTZ cameras are distinguished by their optical zoom and video output options. It’s worth noting that motorized robotic heads are available to gain control over traditional broadcast cameras. While robotic “PTZ heads” can turn a traditional camera into a remotely controllable solution, they are not actually cameras, and therefore not included in this book. […]

You can find PTZ cameras in many popular places including TV shows, courtrooms, houses of worship, schools, and event venues. PTZ cameras are often a crucial component of video production systems for the following: Broadcast Television Houses of Worship Sporting and Event Production Education: Distance Learning Corporate Training Live Events: Musical Performances, Theater, Conferences Broadcast […]

NDI® and its creators have roots in the broadcast industry which is why NDI® supports many broadcast technologies. One such technology is tally. A tally light is an indication light that informs you about a specific camera’s status in production. For example, each camera can have a tally light associated with it. The tally light […]

NDI® makes it easy to add video cameras to your production. NDI® is now available as standard output for many cameras and there are ways to integrate existing cameras into a modern NDI® workflow as well. Here are  five options for connecting a video camera to an NDI® network:  NDI® Cameras – NDI® cameras connect directly […]

What is the best camera for live streaming?  When putting together the equipment for live streaming, the first item you look for should be a camera. While you also may need a microphone, software, and other encoding hardware, considering the type of camera you need for live streaming is the most important step in building […]

 Learning About SDI SDI broadcasting systems have been around since the 90s. They have been used to broadcast and create some of the most popular TV shows. To this day, SDI systems still exist to make video production better. That, and the SDI camera. Anyone interested in getting an SDI camera and cables should […]

The world of photography and videography has all types of cameras. There are cameras for landscapes, videos, portraits, and more. The PTZ camera is a pan, tilt, and zoom camera. This camera has changed the technology game with its unique features and uses. It makes operating a camera and creating videos much easier. All anyone […]

TwitchTV (previously JustinTV) is an online live-streaming platform where users can broadcast their activities to viewers. Initially made for gamers to stream video games, the platform has grown to include art, an IRL section where people can show “Vlog inspired” or, “Interactive content”, as well as a “Just Chatting” section where streamers talk to their […]

Join us for another battle royal in slow motion, instant replay. Today we demonstrate a great workflow for setting up the high frame rate and high bitrate live streams for sports. Today we use a live ping-pong match to demonstrate a 4 camera instant replay system with 60 frames per second recordings at 100 Mbps. […]


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