Russell Johnson of Hitomi Broadcast with Ryan Salazar of NAB Show LIVE in a pre-NAB Show Video Interview.
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Membership of SVG Europe has delivered a wealth of networking opportunities with key influencers and specialists in the live production environment. Not only has this assisted with sales but more importantly provided valuable user feedback shaping future product development. Hitomi strongly believes in delivering solutions tailored to the needs of sports broadcasting. Attendance of SVG events is an excellent way to observe and discuss future trends of a fast-changing industry.
Our membership also offers the opportunity to publish articles and provides us with a channel in which to highlight our products in use by members. Showing the effectiveness of our equipment in real live applications boosts customer confidence as “seeing is believing”.
For these reasons we had no hesitation in renewing our membership and look forward to a long and productive association with SVG Europe.
Viacom International Media Networks Media and Technology Services (MTS) used MatchBox for the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards in Seville, Spain, on 3 November for a rock solid performance.
If you’re watching anything on, for example, UHD Sky Sports and many other sports broadcasters around the world, there’s a very good chance that the audio and video are synced using our MatchBox technology. Production companies, mainly for sport but not exclusively, either buy or hire MatchBox devices to cover football, cycling, motor racing, golf, rugby, baseball, sailing, tennis, major international games – and increasingly, eSport - you name it both domestically and internationally.
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Using a Sony PXW 500 camera on loan from Presteigne Broadcast Hire and two of Hitomi’s own, fixed cameras, Hitomi will deploy Broadcast Wireless Systems NanoPRO TX and associated RF receiver to demonstrate Matchbox Glass’s real-world ability to instantly measure latency and provide fast, accurate lip-sync and alignment of multiple cameras.
Hitomi Broadcast is building on the value of their industry-leading audio video alignment toolbox, MatchBox, with a new announcement at IBC 2019. The MatchBox Glass option adds mic and camera lip-sync alignment to MatchBox Analyser when used in conjunction with our free iOS app.
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With MatchBox Glass, you no longer need to worry about last minute synchronisation issues. The Glass App works by holding an iPhone or iPad in shot, allowing the analyser to measure camera and mic timing alignment at the receiving end. MatchBox Glass can also determine the latency difference between cameras when pointed at the same iPhone or iPad.
Whilst MatchBox is already in use by broadcasters worldwide for the line-up of live events, MatchBox Glass adds the ability for users to measure the paths through cameras and mics, assessing the delays between pictures and sounds from their origin.
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