Be the first to deliver the news with ultra low latency. Stream your live reports directly from breaking news scenes simply and quickly. Do live interviews with people at the scene and broadcast it directly to the control room. Broadcast live from global events around the world.
The Zao-X can be utilized for news gathering. With its very low latency (from 35ms, to 240ms), reliability and ease of use, coupled with the fact it only weighs 500 grams, makes it the ideal accompaniment for a journalist doing live news interviews and remote reporting from the field back to the news studio.
From the major news broadcasters to the one-man news or sports production team with their own internet connection, each wants to be the first with the news and sports with ultra low latency and high quality video, even in 4K. the Zao-X supports multiple SIM cards, Wifi, Lan and satellite for extreme reliability.
How BNR News Radio solved it's sync problem with the help of Mobile Broadcasting.
BNR wanted to reduce the video latency of their live video streaming, so that the audio and video were synchronised. Watch the video to find out how they achieved this.
The Zao with its high bit rate, reliability and quality makes it an ideal live streaming unit for sports production. In use on motorbikes with mobile camera people, the Zao is perfect for live streaming cycle races and marathons, as well as for sports games including football and other field based games where small detail and high resolution is required.
Stream high quality live video content such as sport events, games and matches, interviews, bicycle races, marathons and sailing events directly to the broadcasting center or OB truck. Our lightweight and live broadcasting units make it very easy for TV sports production companies to deliver compelling high quality content, cost-effectively, without the need of RF base stations and repeating stations.
Content or footage that is created while engrossed in the action makes for fantastic and compelling viewing for live sports.
The Rugby Wold Cup (RWC) will broadcast 48 matches across 12 venues across Japan starting on the 20th September through to the 2nd November 2019.
Six major Japanese broadcasters, including Tokyo Broadcast System, TV Asahi, ABC Asahi, TV Tokyo and TV Record in Brazil successfully utilized the Smart-telecaster Zao H.265/HEVC encoder for live transmissions as part of their on-site operations during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
There are many instances where broadcasting on a regular basis at full HD quality is desired. This includes concerts, festivals and even church services for those who are unable to attend in person.
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