Philadelphia, PA – PTZOptics and Tally-Lights LLC have scheduled a Facebook and YouTube Live broadcast on “Video Production Studio Setup”. The live broadcast will include an exciting camera and tally light giveaway for viewers as hosts Paul Richards and Tess Protesto interview USA manufacturer Ted Kazmierczak. The live stream will start Friday September 8th at 11AM PST 1PM EST.
School Video News, the primary media sponsor will have publisher John Churchman covering the live event. Ted Kazmierczak, Senior Design Engineer, for Tally-Lights, LLC will discuss live streaming studio setups and the importance of design for video broadcasters. PTZOptics will demonstrate their multi-camera live broadcasting studio and highlight a behind the scenes tour to show off some of the newly installed video production equipment.
“We have just installed a 6 camera tally light system in our broadcast studio using vMix” says Paul Richards, Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics. “This live show will be a great chance to show off how we automate our PTZ cameras during a live broadcast and keep our on-screen talent informed to which camera is live with the Tally-Light system.” Richards continues “We use vMix extensively to automate pan, tilt, zoom controls for our IP connected PTZOptics cameras during the broadcast using the playlist feature. The system is setup to transition between multiple cameras, issue PTZ commands and keep our team informed to which camera is live with the tally lights. It’s really quite an impressive system we will be showing off” concludes Richards.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/NkEV_8HYusI
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About Tally-Lights, LLC:
A privately held company, Tally-Lights, LLC began as a simple solution to find a way to get the tally lights on production television cameras working for a local television station.
Since inception, Tally-Lights, LLC has developed both wired and wireless solutions for most NewTek TriCaster products and other major video switchers. Connectivity can be through tally light or USB ports, depending on the switcher model.
Please visit: www.tally-lights.com for more complete information on all products.
About School Video News:
Started as a quarterly, regional newsletter, School Video News has grown in popularity and content since its inception. Originally published as a four page product oriented newsletter featuring recommendations and a single case study, SVN has expanded coverage to include articles on all aspects of K-12 video production: lighting and audio, set construction/design tips, editing, increasing production values, case studies, projects and profiles of other schools. In addition to technical articles by industry professionals, there are product reviews, student projects, event coverage, and industry/academic news as they relate to TV/Video production. SVN is now the definitive resource for teachers and administrators of TV/Video, Film Production and Broadcast Journalism in the K-12 and Post-secondary academic markets.
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