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Mo-Sys debuts multi-camera workflow for LED virtual studios at IBC 2023

Mo-Sys Engineering is launching a new, unrestricted and cost-effective solution for multi-camera workflows in LED virtual studios at IBC 2023.

MultiViewXR brings a traditional multi-camera workflow to LED virtual studios with unrestricted creative controls, maximum colour depth and full resolution, leaving creatives free to tell their story, their way. This powerful feature of VP Pro XR is ideal for broadcasters and corporate content creators. In real-time, it automatically re-composites multiple camera perspectives and is compatible with all leading broadcast and cine cameras, LED controllers and panels.

Michael Geissler, CEO, Mo-Sys Engineering said: “For the first time, directors can see the correct perspective view of off-air cameras before switching within a limitless XR environment that gives creatives full artistic choice of shutter speeds and exposure.”

Using Mo-Sys’ patent pending machine learning, MultiViewXR generates real-time AI-assisted director previews and supports any number of cameras per system while eliminating the need for multiple and costly render nodes.

“MultiViewXR addresses what up until now has been a major drawback for LED virtual production,” said Stephen Gallagher, marketing director of Mo-Sys Engineering. “It enables the use of multiple cameras as you’d expect to see in any traditional broadcast and newsroom studio, with real-time director previews showing the correct perspective view of off-air cameras while giving creative teams full control over shutter speed and exposure. Broadcast and corporate production teams can now utilise all the benefits of multi-camera LED virtual production without creative limitation, and they can do that within an economical package”.

The solution integrates with existing studio infrastructure to revolutionise VP for multi-camera projects in a cost-effective package without technology constraints.

Stand 7.C16