This week the PTZoptics world studio tour takes you inside the BeTeriffic live streaming studio with Michael Artsis. Michael has just finished live streaming a soccer match using the LiveU LU 500 units to remotely broadcast the event with cellular bonding technology. We also give you a sneak peek of our new tech NDA enabled studio an office to give you a quick update on the progress. We talk about everything from live streaming video production editing and technology inventory management with Michael in this live episode.
Michael Artsis company is it interesting video production and creative problem-solving outfit based outside New York City. The beach terrific team host a live show from CES in Las Vegas each year January. This year the PTZoptics team will be joining Michael it is live broadcast from CES. Michael produces his entire show using Internet connections from barded cellular technology using 3G and 4G wireless hotspot access point. These wireless signals are bonded together using the live you mobile live streaming system to create a connection good enough for HD video streaming quality.
Video of the live streaming technology today or just starting to become adopted. Michael shared with us the way that he was able to remotely control live stream multiple cameras from soccer match happening miles away from his video production studio. Using the cellular bonding technology from live you Michael plug in the HDMI port of each PTZ optics camera to stream the video individually back to his studio for each camera. He then used Xbox controllers with a USB input to a Windows computer to control each PTZOptics camera locally to the soccer stadium. Michael was also able to control the cameras with a PTZ optics joystick but preferred the Xbox controllers for the quick movements required during the soccer match.
Michael talks about the new LiveU HEVC h.265 live streaming setting which has decreased his bandwidth requirements and increased his video quality. We also mentioned the latest LiveU server box which supports the NewTek NDI!
Michael Artsis is one of the bleeding edge technology to enthusiasts the takes the hardware and makes it work for real-world applications. Take a look at watch episode six of the PTZ optics world live streaming tour to learn more about this interesting interview.