Net Insight partners with Calrec to offer a new remote production solution

The partnership is focused on simplify the challenges broadcasters have when deploying remote productions

Net Insight has announced a strategic partnership with Calrec Audio focused on simplify the challenges broadcasters are facing in deploying remote live productions. A key aspect of the partnership will see Net Insight’s Nimbra platform integrated with Calrec’s RP1 Remote Production unit to provide simple connectivity, quality assured transport and precise control of audio mixes from any location.

 

“Most of the focus on remote production in the industry to date has been on the video side but it is audio that is much more complicated to manage,” claims Fredrik Tumegård, CEO of Net Insight. “Setting up different interfaces on-site is time consuming, takes greater resource and means there are many more points in the chain where faults can occur. The integration of Net Insight’s Nimbra portfolio with Calrec’s RP1 takes away all this pain. This is another key step to unlocking the full potential of remote production.”

 

The two companies have worked together to optimize Calrec’s Hydra2 audio and control protocols with the Nimbra platform and enable connectivity on-site with no synchronisation issues. RP1 provides a variety of interface formats, including SDI and AES67, which can be transported alongside control data across the Nimbra platform.

 

Carlec: “Controlling audio from a remote console saves money on setup time, crew, logistics and equipment”

“Remote broadcasting using RP1 and Net Insight Nimbra means fewer resources are needed on site, and controlling audio from a remote console saves money on setup time, crew, logistics and equipment,” says Dave Letson, Vice President of Sales of Calrec. “Production can be up and running quickly thanks to the plug and play unison of just two boxes and operation does not require high-level technical expertise, and provides assured no-latency audio processing from any venue to any production base.”

 

The versatility of the combined solution means productions can connect via analogue, AES, MADI, SDI, and the latest AoIP solutions from AES67, and SMPTE 2022 and transport remotely over IP.

 

The workflow partnership will be a highlighted demonstration at IBC 2017.


The two companies have worked together to optimize Calrec’s Hydra2 audio and control protocols with the Nimbra platform and enable connectivity on-site with no synchronisation issues.
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