Simplifying cloud-based production will be a key focus during the Evertz Connected 2021: Fall Edition virtual technology portal, as the company showcases the latest enhancements to its BRAVO Studio cloud-based control room.
Dynamic and scalable, BRAVO Studio is a collaborative live switching platform that provides broadcast operators with an environment that resembles a traditional control room so they are fully comfortable producing shows in the cloud. Incorporating web interfaces accessible from anywhere in the world, BRAVO Studio allows staff to collaborate with an unlimited number of team members to produce live events from their homes, regardless of the size or complexity of the teams. projects they are working on.
Evertz created BRAVO Studio to ensure that cloud-based production offers the same creativity and flexibility as traditional control room workflows. The platform includes world-renowned Evertz products that are already familiar to many operators. These include MAGNUM OS orchestration and control for seamless signal routing and for easily coordinating resources located on site, in a broadcast studio, or in the cloud. Other useful features include multiple viewing, VUE user interfaces for operations, and access to the entire DreamCatcher suite of live production tools so staff worry less about how to access the content and spend more time using that content to tell great stories.
During Evertz Connected 2021: Fall Edition, Evertz will showcase the latest additions to BRAVO Studio, which include new co-pilots to help automate and simplify workflows. BRAVO Studio can now leverage real-time data collected by sensor-based systems, including field and field sensors from our partner ShotTracker, to automate camera workflows. BRAVO Studio’s metadata co-pilot also uses real-time date to automatically organize highlights and clips to give the production team more time to focus on telling a better story.
In addition, Evertz has also integrated its Ease Live graphics engine into BRAVO Studio, making it much faster and easier to improve the viewing experience by producing interactive data-driven graphics. This means that program makers can provide plenty of interactive options for consumers, allowing them to place bets, select players, view stats, view highlights, or take quizzes, which will keep viewers engaged in live production.
Simplifying processes that initially seem complicated is the key to BRAVO Studio’s success and the reason so many broadcasters and content creators choose this solution for their cloud production needs. Evertz will be making full demonstrations of the platform’s capabilities online through its Evertz Connected 2021: Fall Edition virtual technology portal, which runs October 1–15. Click on HERE save.