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NewTek focuses on multi-camera production and live streaming for BVE

24 January 2014
NewTek focuses on multi-camera production and live streaming for BVE

At BVE 2014 NewTek will present its family of TriCaster multi-camera production systems that were unveiled at IBC 2013. These systems offer mix/effects channels, ‘holographic’ live virtual sets and extended graphics capabilities. Visitors to NewTek at BVE will also see 3Play 4800, the company’s flagship multi-camera replay server for live sports production.

The family of professional TriCaster systems includes four models, each designed to address a range of multi-camera video production needs. TriCaster 410 is a compact system with a four M/E production switcher, HD-SDI connectivity, and tools for live-only delivery.

TriCaster 460 also has a four  M/E production switcher with greater connectivity and broader creative flexibility for any small or medium-sized production.

TriCaster 860 is designed for full-sized live action, offering a full eight M/E production switcher, plus more channels, sources, I/O, graphics and effects, and greater capacity for media storage.

Finally, TriCaster 8000 is NewTek’s flagship content publishing hub with an eight M/E production switcher, built-in failsafe and redundancy capabilities, and extensive router support for enhanced broadcast integration and multi-camera coverage.

“NewTek’s range of live multi-camera production systems provide a level of professional functionality and visual impact previously out of reach of most video producers,” said Carter Holland, chief marketing officer, NewTek. “We are proud that our systems offer them new, cost-effective ways to enhance and increase their output and create new business opportunities.”


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