Make.TV demonstrates Live Video Cloud Platform at NABApril 19 2016
It has launched its Live Video Cloud platform, which enables broadcasters and publishers to acquire, manage, and distribute video content submitted by professionals and amateurs alike. Make.TV will be showcasing its Live Video Cloud Platform at NAB 2016.
Using the free Streamtag app for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, news sources and user-groups from anywhere in the world can shoot footage from breaking news scenes, festivals, events, or live TV programs, and stream it live to newsrooms and other production environments where it can be instantly edited and posted into a production segment in an efficient and manageable way. Producers can also choose to acquire feeds from different sources like Periscope or Facebook Live and stream them to Live Video Cloud using a specific hashtag.
The following components of the Live Video Cloud platform will be showcased at NAB:
* Make.TV Acquire is a workflow plugin that enables 1-to-1 communication between producer and contributor. It allows producers to monitor live or uploaded video streams, communicate via intercom or chat with the contributor, route streams to live outputs, browse by production, contributor or location, and receive upload notifications.
* Make.TV Selector is a video router within the cloud that also acts as a sub-switch, enabling broadcasters to ingest, curate, and route large amounts of live footage through the system, on a scale that has never been done before. Broadcasters can browse through unlimited input/output streams, communicate via chat or intercom with contributors, route videos into newsrooms or live production environments, and push outputs to video platforms or content delivery networks (CDN) directly.
* Streamtag mobile app converts any smartphone or tablet into a fully integrated system camera and enables users to configure third party devices. The app features high quality streaming, camera mode with tally light, chat & integrated intercom, file management & upload queue, external device configuration via ingests URLs and optional multi-angle in-app viewing of video contributions.
Visit Make.TV in the South Lower Hall at booth SL5817 at NAB 2016. They will be demonstrating technology integrations with key partners Arvato Systems, Avid Everywhere, and NewTek.