Old 11th March 2015, 01:11
SEVideo SEVideo is offline
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Question Sports Broadcasting with the HD51?

We are working on a proposal that has the following requirements:

-10 Mbps so that the stream is not shared with other users
-1080p resolution
-Three cameras
-Ability to provide in-game replays
-Ability to provide in-game commercial breaks for sponsors and team promotions
-Graphics (Scoreboard, replay wipes, lower thirds, etc.)
- Highlight packages post-game which includes goals, saves, bookings, and set pieces
- Complete match Quicktime File for opposing team use

It looks like the HD51 will do the job, but I would like to talk to someone that is actually using it to stream live sports in an environment that is close to the specs listed above.
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Old 11th March 2015, 13:30
remyschwaaa remyschwaaa is offline
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Hi SEVideo,

It sounds like the HD51 would be a good solution for what you are trying to stream. Unfortunately, we do not have anyone on our staff that is actively streaming sports, but here is a link to the Studio manual, which will give you a good idea of the software's capabilities:http://help.livestream.com/customer/...io-user-manual

If you have any more questions about the HD51 or the software, feel free to open a ticket for more personalized support:http://help.livestream.com/customer/portal/emails/new

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