Quicklink launches a Studio-in-a-box V2.0 at BVE 2018

Studio-in-a-box now supports a chroma keying feature

At BVE, Quicklink have launched version 2.0 of the Studio-in-a-box, which hosts a variety of new features to enhance the solution’s capabilities. As well as sending broadcast quality content to the Studio using the inbuilt Panasonic Camera, Studio-in-a-box now supports a chroma keying feature. This feature allow user to load video or still backdrops to bring their content to life.

 

In addition to this, Quicklink has introduced local call recording. This feature will allow users to record and send live content simultaneously. Automatic file transfer to a cloud storage platform is performed once recording has completed using Amazon Cloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box among others.

 

The Studio-in-a-box is a suitable solution for full remote controllable HD studio productions and those looking to receive high quality broadcast streams from a contributor. The solution provides instant provision of broadcasting resources, from various locations, all fully remotely controlled and managed by the central studio. The Studio-in-a-box delivers bi-directional video/audio between the contributor and broadcaster.

 

The Studio-in-a-box is been shown at BVE from the 27th February – 1st March at ExCel London. To discover more about the Studio-in-a-box at the show, visit the Quicklink team on stand F44.


The Studio-in-a-box delivers bi-directional video/audio between the contributor and broadcaster.
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