LAS VEGAS, April 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- VidyoCast announces a strategic partnership with Bexel starting with the new A3 Firefly service that includes HD-over-the-Internet and optional remote camera robotics control in a convenient pack.
"By teaming up with VidyoCast, we can now offer live video over Internet in a compact and turnkey package," says Tom Dickinson, chief technology officer, Bexel. "Not only is the gear simple to use for the contributor, the stream can be easily controlled back at the studio base. Especially with the elections coming later this year, we look forward to offering this customized service offering to our clients with this new, cost-effective technology."
"We are thrilled to work with Bexel," says Jim O'Brien, General Manager of VidyoCast. "Our technology coupled with Bexel's market leadership will provide important innovations in contribution feeds, remote production, camera robotics control and video monitoring. This is a great stamp of approval for the VidyoCast product line and we're confident we'll make a great contribution to a wide range of Bexel broadcast and production services."
Recognizing the growing need for IP-based live production over Internet, Bexel will expand its service offerings to introduce new scalable, live video feed kit options for clients at NAB.
At NAB, VidyoCast will also be demonstrating remote broadcast robotic camera control in the Panasonic booth (C3601), as well as in VidyoCast's booth (SL11024.) Both Sony and Panasonic broadcast robotic cameras are supported by VidyoCast.
VidyoCast is a technology leader in remote production, in software/hardware encoders/decoders using H.264 Scalable Video Coding (SVC), in desktop online production tools, in post-production collaboration and in IP-based remote multi-view monitoring. VidyoCast is the TV industry division of Vidyo, Inc.