Some interesting remote live production capabilities are being showcased by Dyvi Live during IBC, including realtime collaborative production between the RAI and an offsite studio located in Hilversum.
The company is presenting the latest evolution of what it bills as the world’s first fully IT-based production switcher. The eponymously named DYVI features industry-standard hardware and optimised software, which the company says gives operators more scope for better creativity and access to more processing power and collaborative, remote operations in realtime – from anywhere to anywhere.
Furthermore the DYVI switcher panel has been designed to offer a top end range of advanced and creative options, such as an unlimited numbers of layers, multiple keyers, real 3D and a flexible panel set-up.
But it’s the ‘from anywhere to anywhere’ capabilities that will be attracting the most attention as remote workflows rise up the industry agenda. An integrated DYVI production system in Hall 10 at the RAI will be connected to an offsite DutchView studio located in Hilversum — naturally equipped with a similar DYVI production toolset — to demonstrate how the two locations can review and control media in realtime. Connectivity will be provided via a 10Gbps connection between the two cities.