A LiveOS mobile platform was used to produce a daily, live and on-location talk show in December during VRT’s “De Warmste Week” charity event. The talk show was aired during prime time on VRT’s main TV channel “één” and on the VRT Max OTT platform. The feedback after a week of daily operations was unanimously positive. We look forward to repeating this event and many more this year!
The Cloud Media Production project has been selected for the Digital Transformation program by the Flemish Government. The Cloud Media Production project is an innovative collaboration between NetOn.Live, Bruzz and De Buren. The project investigates remote live media production strategies and how cloud architectures can enable innovative workflows. You can read the press release here (dutch).
LiveOS has been chosen by Belgian public broadcaster VRT as the video service for their Software Based Studio Project. NetOn.Live was awarded the contract after going through a public tender process. With this strategic and forward-looking project VRT wants to make its production environment more adaptable and scalable so that they can focus more on users, creativity, and work processes.
Read the full press release here.
Together with THEO Technologies we’ve developed an end-to-end live production workflow with a worldwide delivery in under 2 seconds, glass to glass. In layman’s terms: less than two seconds after the goal has been scored, you can watch it on your phone, tv or laptop wherever you are. A workflow very suitable for live sports, news, auctions, education or sports betting. In this LinkedIn Article you can find more detail on how this workflow is built and what you can do with it.
In this LinkedIn article, NetOn.Live zooms in on how moving to software for live production will result in lower energy, maintenance & engineering costs, more flexibility, shareability and many other benefits.
In this video we explain how LiveOS and the Matrox Monarch EDGE SRT encoders & decoders, are succesfully being used to offer a remote live sports production workflow over the public internet. This is a recording of a presentation that was given during the SVG SI summit in March 2022.
In this video Karel (Brussels – BE), Pelle (Stockholm – SE) and David (Singapore – SG) are collaborating on the same live production at the same time. They each log on to the same LiveOS production via the web browser on their laptop. The production is a 3 camera show (SMPTE 2110 signals), running on a LiveOS system in the NetOn.Live headquarters (BE).
In this video Karel explains what the LiveConnect Video over IP Network Switches and SDN solution can bring to the table for professional video infrastructures.