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An interview from the 2017 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Martin Vann of VitecEV. VitecEV, is the enterprise solution arm of the Vitec Group, a publicly held UK based company that manufactures industry leading premium products and software solutions for the broadcast, video, photographic, enterprise and sports markets. Our products and solutions enable artists, broadcasters and businesses to capture and share exceptional images. Specifically, VitecEV provides the full gambit of all products manufactured by the Vitec Group, professional services to help enterprise customers design unique production facilities and all in one enterprise production and distribution solutions.

In this interview Martin talks with us about The Creative Studio System which has been engineered to be an easy-to-use integrated communication tool. The system has specially selected components (camera, lighting, microphones and digital recording) that will enable effective audio and video capture for almost every environment. With Creative Studio System, you can quickly begin recording your message using the included PTZ camera and up to three audio mic sources. This enables up to three separate people to be part of the audio/video messaging. The 3 included lights can be adjusted for brightness and color temperature to create a very pleasing on-camera image. The three lights can be set-up in a position of a Key light, Side/Fill light and a Back/Hair light. (2 x Astra 1×1 and 1 x Lycos). The 17” Autoscript prompter and foot pedal connected to a laptop enables the use of a prepared script by the presenter to read along during the presentation. The included 17” drawer monitor enables real-time confidence monitoring of the encoded signal. The included 13” SmallHD monitor allows for the viewing of the PTZ camera output from the camera operator position.

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