After years of planning, building and testing, the Video over Internet Protocol portablE stReaming unit is alive. (We produce high-quality broadcasts, not acronyms)
Designed to be a portable production unit, it is a powerful outside broadcast truck in a box.
We can now broadcast any event to the world, from anywhere with a decent internet connection. We can help get your live video content online, whether it be a small Q&A session, product launches or multi-camera production sporting events.
It can have up to six live camera inputs, with full talkback and return video. It can also send a separate clean switched feed for in house monitors, that can show a separate feed from the main program.
Our comms unit allows IFB (Interruptible foldback) for the show director to speak to presenters. We can even send audio between presenters for live interaction during shows.
We can also record in broadcast quality formats in real-time as the show goes on, allowing us to transfer completed clips when the show is complete.
The glue that holds it all together is our custom made PC running our live production broadcasting software. It allows us to vision mix any live production to a recorded file, or send to the internet to any receiver around the world. It can be live on your social media accounts, or your website if you have an enterprise broadcasting and live video streaming platform already.
The VIPER is ready to live stream events online for you today.
Joined with our Dejero hardware, we can deploy a broadcast-quality multi-camera studio anywhere. Providing a mobile control room, vision mixer and uplink station without an OB truck. Broadcasting using IP video to transmit live to anywhere in the world. For live events nowadays, the need for state of the art outside broadcast trucks to create your production is no more.
Our Dejero receiver based in Los Angeles, can receive your program and send it anywhere in the world via The Switch global fibre network. Any broadcaster, any station, anywhere.
We can also live stream events to all major online video portals. Including social media platforms like Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Twitch and Twitter (Periscope). Or enterprise content delivery networks like AWS, Microsoft Azure, Wowza and IBM Watson Media.
The Dejero GoBox, in use broadcasting a single camera from London to Sydney, for the Seven Network in Australia
The global COVID-19 pandemic shows how essential remote video meeting services are. But did you know that you don’t have to be a talking head like everyone else for your contribution?
With our VIPER system, we can feed a program output into any video conference software as if it were your own camera. You to switch in graphics, multiple cameras, PowerPoints and even other video callers into your broadcast. Taking your meeting contribution from being just a talking head, into a performance.
We can record and stream your video conference to all the social media channels. Offering your video call viewers a personal feed, without them having to watch on Youtube or Facebook like everyone else.
If you’d like to know more about how we can make video conferencing amazing for you or your company, get in touch today.
The club are extremely impressed with the live-stream service Nick provided for the London Ice Varsity 2019. We were excited by his vision and enthusiasm for the project from the beginning and enjoyed working with him throughout. The club has received a huge amount of positive feedback with regards to the professional standard of the stream. We’d like to extend our thanks to Nick for providing an excellent service.
Deputy President / A-Team Manager
Imperial Devils Ice Hockey Club 2018-19
If you’d like to live stream your event to the world, get in touch today. From a simple presentation to a multi-camera broadcast recording with various camera angles in front of a live audience. Our outside broadcasting services can help.
Whether you need live streaming services in London, the UK or around the European Union, we can help.
All of the geeky facts and figures
Camera Inputs: Four (With comms and return video)
Additional Inputs: Six (All cabled, or five cabled and one wireless), plus four via NDI (IP Video)
Outputs: Six cabled outputs to in-house monitors/external devices
Max. broadcast resolution: 1920x1080p50/60
Max. commentators: Three
Max. remote guests: Six, depending on network conditions (Via Skype, Zoom or other IP delivery)
Instant replay: One dedicated camera (Upgradeable to four)
Max. IFB lines: Seven wired, one wireless
Max. content delivery platforms: Three as standard, depending on the local network. More available with additional software.