Multicamera production, also known as multi-camera production, has become a crucial aspect of live event coverage, ranging from sporting fixtures and news reporting to film premieres, music concerts, corporate link-ups, and conferences. This production technique allows for capturing multiple angles simultaneously, creating dynamic shots, and enhancing storytelling, resulting in visually engaging and immersive live event broadcasts….
4 Multi Camera Production Techniques
Using multiple cameras for your live broadcast has its advantages. You can cover more territory and enhance the content with varied angles and interesting shots—all of which have the potential to make your live stream more appealing to viewers. In case you missed it, the key word there is potential. Multi-camera production is usually considered a step up from the single-camera broadcast, but it can also be a step down
Formula 1 from Red Bull HQ
Links Broadcast provided a 4 channel multiplex on behalf of Whisper TV to deliver Channel 4’s production of the 2021 Russian Grand Prix from the Red Bull Racing HQ in Milton Keynes. Using our Nevion MUX multiplex we combined the 4 separate channels in to a single 27Mhz carrier across the race weekend including the practice session, qualifying, and the race itself. All of the services were delivered flawlessly….
Links Broadcast visits Downton Abbey
Links Broadcast were delighted to be appointed as the OB and uplink provider for ITV’s This Morning when they visited the real life home of Downton Abbey at Highclere Castle.
The popular day-time program hosted by Philip Schofield & Holly Willoughby situated itself on location at Highclere in preparation for the UK release of the Downton Abbey full length feature film. The characters from the cast, including butler Mr Carson (James Edward Carter OBE), plus some of the regular contributors to the show, joined Philip & Holly on the sofa as well as in the library, saloon, dining room and on the north terrace for the closing sequence.