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The Intersection of Broadcast and AV
Power your audio-visual workflows
With multi-device streaming requirements for at home-engagement, to more dynamic onsite live production across venues and conference centres, those that work in the AV space are beginning to see the value in using cost-effective broadcast kit to support a high-quality level production. TSL's Insight Hub 'The Intersection of Broadcast and AV' is a resource of case studies, how-to guides and demonstrations on how you can cost-effectively bring the quality of broadcast to conference venues, events, esports and houses of worship. Enter your details below to gain direct, instant access
Customisable Virtual Panel Apps
Large Scale Routing, Tally & Camera Control for Esports
One-Button Touch Controls
Audio Over IP
The adoption of audio over IP networks for our industry is presenting new opportunities and new challenges. The development of Dante, AES67 and ST-2110-30 all provide the opportunity to create and audio over IP network for broadcast and Pro-AV. With the choices in audio standards available, what specific advantages do Audio Over IP solutions offer? When traditional audio standards, such as Analogue, AES3 or even MADI are transported, the connection management of these signals remains separate to the audio signal itself, using cross-point routing in the same way that video signals from cameras are routed to multi-viewers; microphone audio signals can be routed to audio monitors.
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Fly-Packs and Live Productions
Creative Technology's client roster has included iconic sporting events such as The Wimbledon Championships and the Ryder Cup, live music events and special events like the Olympics Opening Ceremonies. The company has also provided AV solutions for television studios, massive trade shows and conventions, high-profile CEO presentations, and more. ES Broadcast deployed TSL Products' TallyMan Broadcast Control System for three UHD Portable Production Units (PPUs) and one HD 3G PPU. The new PPUs were designed to combine cutting-edge technology with simplified operability and a familiar system architecture that allows engineers to easily transition between new and existing systems. By combining TSL's TallyMan and a Ross Ultrix FR2 router for each PPU, we were able to deliver a highly integrated, flexible solution that is really intuitive for operators to use. TallyMan has become a popular go-to solution for delivering completely customizable control systems, and it allows users to streamline complex processes down to a user-friendly touch screen system. All four PPUs feature a Ross Ultrix FR2 12G UHD routing platform, with full Demux/Mux, frame-syncs, multi viewers and gear boxing. The Demux/Mux and MADI Core were also used to deliver enhanced audio capabilities, a key requirement for Creative Technology. In each unit, the Ultrix router is controlled using TSL's TallyMan Broadcast Control System. TallyMan applications range from OB truck and remote production to sports production and studios. The system is fully configurable with a one-button touch to set devices, share and manage resources between systems to save time, space and money. Most importantly, TallyMan is built on independent and protocol agnostic integration that provides the flexibility needed to choose best fit and best of breed with confidence, for new or existing systems. In addition to deploying TSL's Tallyman for control, ES Broadcast installed the company’s MPA1 audio monitors in the PPUs for Creative Technology. TSL’s Broadcast Control System can also integrate with TSL’s MPA1 audio monitors via SNMP, and PAM-IP range via Ember+, as well as InSite management software to monitoring alarm triggers for any device within the system.
For Seamless Operations and Engineering Excellence
- The flexbile design of the SAM-Q meets the ever-changing requirements of production teams.
- Features used by engineering teams to help meet the demands of a tight production schedule.
- Operators can also make the unit their own in the best way to meet their immediate needs