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Live stream production truck as described with driver/rigger
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[su_spoiler title=”Vision Mixing” style=”fancy”]
NewTek 855 Tricaster with 850CS Control Surface 8 simultaneous live video sources – any combination of HD-SDI, HD Component, SD-SDI, SD Component, Y/C (BNC) or Composite connections and resolutions
24 switcher channels – 10 external, 6 internal, 8 virtual inputs 2 network sources – from any networked computer or Apple AirPlay device 2 independent SDI output signals – fully independent audio and video.PAL formats supported up to 1080/25p and NTSC up to 1080/30p – Note. NTSC and PAL camera sources cannot be mixed in same production.Backup vision/audio mixer: Blackmagic Design TV Studio (4 input, SD/HD-SDI, sources must be all the same format)
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5 media players integrated in Tricaster – 2 DDRs, Still, Title and Sound.
[su_spoiler title=”Graphics” style=”fancy”]
2 Livetext laptops provide network-style scrolls, crawls, title pages and lower thirds and connect to Tricaster as network sources over Ethernet.
Football graphics integrated in to solution include match clock including addition of injury time, match score, on/off substitution lower thirds, team sheets, competition togglele, lower thirds for commentators and promos and broadcast bugs.
Livetext laptops can also be connected via datogglease lockup, RSS and XML to third-party information sources – for example, to show a live Twitter feed on screen.
Tricaster graphics consists of 2 primary DSK channels and dedicated upstream overlay per virtual input, each with independent transition controls, 3D positioning, scaling, cropping and integrated effects.
[su_spoiler title=”Audio” style=”fancy”]
Audio mixing integrated in Tricaster.
Audio inputs of 8 Embedded SDI, 8 AES3/EBU and 8 x 2 Balanced XLR (Mic/Line) with Phantom Power Support.
Audio outputs of 3 Embedded SDI, 2 AES3/EBU, 4 Balanced XLR, 4 Balanced XLR (AUX), 1 Stereo 1/4″ (phones)
Integrated multi-channel audio mixer for internal and external audio sources, outputs, stream and headphones
Seven-band equalizer and full stereo compressor/limiter per input and output
Digital audio inputs equipped with audio time-base synchronizers
iPad audio mixing for touchscreen remote control of audio mixer.
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ISO recording of up to 8 simultaneous channels – cameras, dirty and clean program, etc via Tricaster recording functionality.
Native recording in up to 1080p with timecode. Encoding format selectogglele per source – QuickTime, MPEG-2, AVI and H.264
Additional camera-top monitoring and recording in ProRes via 3 x Atomos Samurai field recorders.
[su_spoiler title=”Edit” style=”fancy”]
Files available for edit in ProRes format across Gigabit Ethernet network and via hard disk drive caddies utilising removal hard disk drives taken from Tricaster and Samurais after match.
Live SDI feed with embedded audio available for input in to Mac (and some latest Windows-based) computers via Thunderbolt.
[su_spoiler title=”Replays” style=”fancy”]
Replay functionality provided by NewTek 3Play 425.
4 simultaneous HD-SDI switched via BMD videohub.
2 fully independent, simultaneous playout channels which can be presented to Tricaster as SDIs or network source.
Format support up to 1080/25p and 1080/30p.
More than 30 hours of combined 1080i storage across internal drive and removable drive with recordings made as MPEG-2.
Replays managed by dedicated controller with T-bar, jog wheel, speed presets, and clip transport.
[su_spoiler title=”SDI Routing” style=”fancy”]
Currently two 16 x 16 SDI Blackmagic Design Videohub routers which auto-detect input formats and re-clock all inputs.
Truck video router to be updated to 40×40 Blackmagic Design Videohub router in March.
All cameras, non-camera source, program and auxillary outputs and replay inputs and outputs displayed on truck monitors.
Waveform and Vectorscope monitoring on all camera inputs.
SDI monitor able to be switched via Videohub to monitor video and audio of all inputs and outputs.
[su_spoiler title=”Power” style=”fancy”]
16A power input with the truck drawing a total of less than 5A so it can be supplied by a conventional domestic 13A supply.
UPS and Powerbrite power monitor integrated in to truck. Honda generator provides power when 13A or 16A mains not available.
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The truck has an integrated self-seeking KU-band broadband satellite connection, a KA-band fly-away broadband satellite connection, 4G connectivity and seven 3G connections spread across all Operators plus the ability to connect to venue Ethernet and WiFi up to a distance of 1km.
LiveU LU70s are used to provide a live feed from the truck by bonding together all available connectivity sources to provide a live point-to-point video feed at up to 720p/1080i resolution.
[su_spoiler title=”Commentator Support” style=”fancy”] Commentators are provided with Coles lip mics, a program output monitor and talkback comms. Commentators can be located anywhere within the ground.[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Production Comms” style=”fancy”] Production comms is currently integrated in to the fibre optic cabling system and wireless production comms hired in to supplement or replace the wired comms as required. In March, a RTS BTR-240 Wireless Intercom System is planned to be integrated in to the truck’s production comms solution. [/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Camera Connectivity / Cabling” style=”fancy”]
Camera and commentator connectivity is provided by a combination of 1km of military-grade tactical deployment single mode fibre optic cable and Blackmagic Design ATEM Camera and Studio Converters.
One fibre run can support two HD camera feeds including embedded audio or an external mic source, two return HD feeds from the truck (ie. Program output to the commentators or a program output monitor to the cameramen) and production comms for two camera positions.
The 1km of fibre is cut in to a combination of lengths from 50m to 200m and weighs a total of 30kg – and takes up the volume of two IATA check-in bags. Since the fibre is so lightweight and talkback is integrated, no rigger or tender vehicle is required.
The BMD ATEM camera converters utilised at the camera locations can be used on their integrated batteries.
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Cameras can be any mix of formats. No power is supplied to the camera positions from the truck so they need to either be powered by battery or to be connected to mains power.
Remote control of broadcast cameras is not supported by the fibre optic system that used to connect cameras.
Tally lights to the camera positions is being investigated but is currently not supported. If supplied, tally would be supplied by a strap-on light and not integrated in to broadcast camera view finders.
Beauty shots are provided by a combination of GoPro Hero2 point of view cameras and steerable Axis HD camera heads that are powered over Ethernet and can be remotely controlled by an iPad or PC.
One wireless camera is supported via a Teradek Cube over its own private WiFi network.