Many events, seminars, concerts or lectures currently have to be canceled as a protective measure against the further spread of the Covid-19 virus. Even services can no longer take place. As an alternative, many events can also be held online and streamed live on internet platforms such as Facebook or Youtube. But how does it work and what is needed? JVC explains in detail how a service or any other event can be recorded with a professional video camera and streamed directly to the Internet. In order for the online presence to work perfectly, professional equipment is required that offers excellent optical, graphic and audio-technical requirements - such as the JVC IP Dome and 4K streaming cameras.
JVC has announced new firmware for its range of CONNECTED CAM models – now shipping – including the handheld GY-HC500 and GY-HC550 4K camcorders and the GY-HC900 broadcast camcorder, available in ENG and studio configurations. The latest firmware upgrade (v0110 for the GY-HC500/550 and v3.0 for GY-HC900, available free to existing customers) lets the cameras record to both SSD and SD media in a wide variety of formats, including Apple ProRes 422 recording and backup mode recording to an SSD drive.
JVCKENWOOD will be demonstrating a range of content creation and image display products at this year’s ISE show (JVC stand M115 in Hall 1). From CONNECTED CAM live streaming camcorders and studio systems to the latest 8K e-shift home cinema and visualisation projectors and 4K monitors, JVC products deliver exceptional imagery with reliable performance.
JVCKENWOOD has announced its new CONNECTED CAM STUDIO compact live production and streaming suites. Designed for live events such as sports, theatre and music, education and house of worship, the self-contained ‘control rooms’ feature a production switcher with either four or six IP inputs (KM-IP4100 and KM-IP6000 respectively). The systems support NDI®, as well as the SRT (Secure Reliable Transport) streaming protocol.
[Original story published in SVG Europe] The PalaCattani sports complex in Faenza played host in April to the Italy v Slovakia handball Euro 2020 Group 7 qualifier. The meeting was broadcast on the major Italian and European television networks through Sky Italia, on the Sport Italia YouTube channel, and on the Italian Handball Federation (FIGH) website.
At IBC 2018, JVC’s stand will feature a range of solutions for live IP production, including a number of new camcorder models, based upon JVC’s CONNECTED CAM technology.
The new GY-HC500 and GY-HC550 add to the recently launched GY-HC900 CONNECTED CAM, with the GY-HC500 and GY-HC550 adding revolutionary new IP connectivity features never previously available in a compact handheld 4K camcorder.
At the JVC booth, JVC’s leadership in IP connectivity is demonstrated also through end-to-end IP production using JVC’s camera streaming technology, the new SFE-CAM-LTEA bonded cellular system, and Streamstar production switchers. Also new this year to the is the BR-DE900 IP decoder, a cost-effective, robust solution for the live decoding of HD or SD IP streams.
At IBC 2018, visitors to the JVC stand saw a demonstration of a live production system with JVC’s range of professional cameras using Roland’s vision mixer products. This builds upon JVC’s recently announced upgrade for its RM-LP100 remote camera controller that enables tally compatibility with the new Roland V-60HD switcher.
JVC will be exhibiting at the Media Production Show on 12-13th June at London Olympia's West Hall. Join them on stand 528 to see all the latest product news, including the new 4KCAM handheld camcorders with live streaming and graphic overlays, plus the hotly-anticipated CONNECTED CAM 2/3" camera.
Gustav Emrich talks to KitPlus magazine about the new GY-HC900 2/3-inch broadcast camcorder (CONNECTED CAM), plus the new 4KCAM cameras with integrated graphics and live streaming, which all form part of JVC’s end-to-end IP-based production solutions. Even single-camera productions can benefit from JVC’s connectivity; the new GY-HM250E offers live streaming as well as lower-third and full-screen titling solutions without an external CG or production switcher.
JVC announced three new additions to its family of 4KCAM cameras at the recent NAB2018 show. Among other new features, the new GY-HM250E offers integrated graphics and live streaming, while the GY-HM250ESB adds sports-specific score overlays. Also new, the GY-HM180E sets a new benchmark for professional compact cameras without built-in streaming or graphics.
JVC has announced the GY-HC900 ‘CONNECTED CAM’ broadcast camcorder, which features three 2/3-inch CMOS image sensors for full HD imagery, as well as enhanced connectivity for a complete news-over-IP workflow solution in the field. The camera was demonstrated at the recent 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
DigiBox has announced that it is distributing Streamstar live production and streaming products in the UK and Ireland from the start of this month, adding the full range of these innovative, professional live production and streaming tools to its distribution network. The products include Streamstar’s advanced live production and streaming software, powerful stand-alone live production studio systems, versatile rack-mounted live production systems and dedicated real-time sports graphics servers.
JVCKENWOOD introduced three new projectors designed for the visualisation and simulation markets at ISE 2018. The DLA-VS4700 projector offers native 4K resolution with e-shift technology to display up to 8K resolution, while the DLA-VS4010 is JVC’s brightest simulation projector and provides 11 percent more vertical picture area than other 4K projectors. Finally, the DLA-VS4810 is an e-shift version of the VS4010, displaying up to 8K resolution and reproducing incredible images with deep blacks. All three models are ideal for simulation, immersive displays, museums and medical institutions.
John Kelly talks to KitPlus at BVE 2017 about the latest JVC DT-V monitor range, the new KY-PZ100 PTZ camera, RM-LP100 remote camera controller and all the latest from the camcorder range, including the GY-HM660, GY-HM850, GY-HM170/200 and the GY-LS300.
JVC’s DLA-Z1 4K D-ILA projector is the first in the world to be recognised as a THX Certified 4K Display. The native 4K HDR laser projector combines our newly developed 4096x2160 D-ILA devices and new BLU-Escent laser phosphor light source, delivering exquisite native 4K high dynamic range (HDR) images, at peak brightness of 3,000 lumens, that fills every inch of a massive screen.