TVU Networks Set To Showcase Remote, Multi-Camera Tech


Attendees of the Rocky Mountain Audio Video Expo (AVX) set for Oct. 26-27 at the Crowne Plaza Dia in Denver will be able to experience the latest IP-based live video products available from TVU Networks.

Matt Keiler, a TVU senior business development and relationship management professional, has been added to the lineup of conference presenters, and will present a session on remote synchronized multi-camera IP video production that uses an ubiquitous Internet connection.

The session, “Low Cost Remote & Synchronized Multi-Cam Live IP Video Production,” will take place on Oct. 26 from 2:15 p.m. Mountain to 3 p.m. Mountain in the Longs Peak Pavilion, during the show.

Keiler will also detail the innovative technology’s benefits through the use of a broadcaster’s existing studio control room infrastructure and public internet connection for live, multi-camera production from the field. He will also discuss advances in IP based live video acquisition, transmission and distribution.

TVU Networks will take the opportunity to showcase to AVX attendees its Remote Production System (RPS), which includes a transmitter that encodes up to six synchronized SDI sources and sends high-quality and low-latency IP video from the remote location to a studio-based TVU receiver; the receiver outputs six synchronized SDI outputs.

The company will also show its TVU One mobile news-gathering tool.

AVX 2016 will feature manufacturers, workshops and speakers, with a focus on staying ahead of technology’s steady curve and demonstrate emerging technologies in television, mobile, digital signage, and the Internet.