Atomos introduces cloud-based products from the Connect and Atomos Cloud Studio lines

The company Atomos has announced that its cloud-based project ATOMOS Cloud Studio is underway and that three of the first products in the Connect range are now on sale worldwide.

The combination of these network and cloud-connected devices establishes an ecosystem for collaboration and remote working in video production environments.

V/NINJA V+, SHOGUN CONNECT, ZATO CONNECT, ATOMOS CONNECT for NINJA and ATOMOS Cloud Studio products have been announced.

ATOMOS Cloud Studio is a collection of new cloud-based video production services. It will launch with ATOMOS Stream and soon after with ATOMOS Capture to Cloud, which will introduce C2C workflows. With support for SHOGUN CONNECT, ATOMOS CONNECT for NINJA V/V+ and ZATO CONNECT, any compatible camera device will be able to make use of these tools, the company says.

At launch, ATOMOS Stream will include free support for delivering content directly to a single platform, including Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube, and more. Later this year, ATOMOS intends to launch a premium “restreaming” service, through ATOMOS Cloud Studio to support delivery to multiple platforms simultaneously.

ATOMOS CONNECT is an accessory for the NINJA V and NINJA V+. When attached to the NINJA V/ V+, the ATOMOS CONNECT transforms professional film, mirrorless and DSLR cameras into cloud-integrated devices. It features an ATOMOS AirGlu wireless timecode 12G SDI interface for multi-drive synchronization, multiple power options, WiFi 6, Gigabit Ethernet networking and Bluetooth LE capabilities.

SHOGUN CONNECT is an integrated device that combines HDR monitoring and RAW recording, as well as advanced network and cloud workflows. It has a 7-inch HDR display that delivers 2000 nits. The SHOGUN CONNECT features a wide range of interfaces, including a loop through 12G SDI IN and OUT to support SDI RAW, ATOMOS SYNC timecode technology for synchronization, multiple power options, WiFi 6, Gigabit Ethernet networking, Bluetooth LE, and USB C.

ZATO CONNECT has been designed to be a more compact and easy-to-use gateway to ATOMOS Cloud Studio. The device supports HDMI and USB UVC sources for live streaming to Facebook Live, Twitch, YouTube and other social networks. It can also be used to create a webcam feed for conferencing software. With support for WiFi 5 and Gigabit Ethernet (via USBC), the solution can convert HDMI sources to webcam signals and includes the ability to merge sources.

Later this year, ATOMOS will launch Live Production, a cloud-based control room for live video and remote collaboration. Using the new devices camera feeds are transmitted to the live production system’s latency standard, and each stream can be controlled in real time. They are controlled through a browser, app or any control panel.

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