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The future of live multi-camera production

The future of live multi-camera production

23-Aug-2011

Ethernet has become the standard network of the IT industry and is taking over many parts of the broadcast industry.

Live multi-camera production is the last bastion of the old base-band waves. However with recent technology enhancements it looks like Ethernet may be able to deliver reliable, truly live video production.

The future of live multi-camera production will see engineers plugging in less cable but building more powerful and cheaper facilities than today.

In this video, Global Television's Broadcast Engineer, Danvers Flett introduces attendees at the SMTPE Australia Conference 2011 to Ethernet-based Live Television Production and shares his thoughts on how this will affect the television industry.

View the white paper Ethernet-Based Live Television Production online

Download Danver's PowerPoint presentation here (pdf)