VidOvation Serves Up Bonded Cellular, At-Home Tools for 2020 U.S. Election; Sign Up for Lens Distortion Webinar on July 22
VidOvation will be providing bonded cellular field encoders and at-home production technology for coverage of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. In addition, the company will be presenting a “Lens Distortion Correction of Live Video” webinar on Wednesday, July 22.
Customers will be able to rent the AVIWEST PRO380, or PRO180 Bonded Cellular and Public Internet Field Encoders for the U.S. Presidential Election. The AVIWEST patented SafeStreams Transport (SST) technology provides the industry’s most robust video transport while maintaining frame-accurate genlock and lip sync for multi-camera At-home Production.
Between now and election day, VidOvation will be involved in the following events:
- Aug 17-20: DNC: Milwaukee
- Aug 24-27: RNC: Charlotte/Jacksonville
- Sept 29: 1st Presidential Debate: University of Notre Dame
- Oct 15: 2nd Presidential Debate: Adrienne Arsht Center
- Oct 22: 3rd Presidential Debate: Belmont University
- Nov 3: Election Day: Candidate Headquarters
Lens Distortion Webinar
Join CTO Jim Jachetta and MC Patel to find out about the top four use cases in which real-time correction of lens distortion can transform live video into a valuable addition to your live production.
Click HERE to register.
Small broadcast-quality HD cameras with wide-angle or fisheye lenses are both a practical and cost-effective solution for live sports and reality TV broadcasts, as well as a host of other applications including medical, forensics/security, concerts and other live events, covert wildlife image capture, electronic newsgathering, and more. Due to their compact size and lower cost, such cameras can be deployed with much greater flexibility than larger broadcast cameras to bring viewers new or unusual perspectives. Unfortunately, the wide field-of-view lenses typically used with such “micro-cameras” give rise to lens distortion and curvilinear perspective image artifacts resulting from camera positioning. To incorporate live video from HD micro-cameras into high-quality applications, broadcasters and production companies must be able to correct for these distortions in real-time.
Get the inside scoop on:
- Removal of Curvilinear Artifacts
- Adjustment of Rotation
- Virtual Camera Off-set
- Optimization of Zoom