Quicklink Video Distribution announces the launch of the Studio-in-a-box solution at CABSAT 18 for the Middle East region.
The Studio-in-a-box is designed for full remote controllable HD studio productions. It provides instant provision of broadcasting resources, from various locations, all fully remotely controlled and managed by the central studio.
Connecting to Quicklink’s globally optimised low latency infrastructure, the Studio-in-a-box delivers bi-directional video/audio between the contributor and broadcaster. This broadcast quality, bi-directional solution allows broadcasters and content producers ease of management of their resources and to optimise their workflows.
Richard Rees, Quicklink CEO explains;” The Studio-in-a-box is an ideal remote broadcast solution allowing full remote control of the camera, lighting, exposure and more. With industry leading resiliency built in, content will always get to where it’s needed, when it’s needed”.
Requiring only an internet connection, the Remote Studio-in-a-box is a simple one button operation for the contributor with everything that needed in one compact solution, including camera, lighting, microphone and headset.
The Quicklink Studio-in-a-box features the industry leading Panasonic PTZ cameras allowing production quality content to be delivered.
Nigel Wilkes, Group Manager for Panasonic UK’s Professional Camera Solutions division says “Panasonic remote PTZ cameras are recognised as industry leading, due to their high levels of quality & reliability. Working with Quicklink and their Studio-in-a-box solution offers broadcasters and anyone who produces content the benefit of flexibility and scale without comprising on quality”.
For more information, please visit Quicklink at CABSAT (stand ZB6-C32) or email email@example.com.
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