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How to mount a PTZ Camera on a Lighting Truss

With rigging, support and truss equipment you are afforded so many more possibilities as to where you can mount your cameras. Lighting rigs can range in size and shape, but one of the most common diameter’s is 2 inches. In this How To guide you will learn how to mount … Read the rest of this now >>

Operating Robotic Cameras VS Traditional Cameras

Pan-tilt-zoom cameras are becoming more common in video productions, often replacing crew members with their low profile and cost. This is a Datavideo PTC-150 at the 2016 NAMM Show.

Are PTZ cameras difficult to use compared to traditional cameras?

Datavideo interviewed Eviana Vergara, a remote camera operator who recently did … Read the rest of this now >>

Datavideo: A complete live video solution for Regal Con 2015

Two concerts. Four Q&A’s. Four parties. Seven panels. Eleven guests. Hundreds of attendees. 2 weeks ago, this was Regal Con 2015.

Regal Con 2015 was a convention geared towards ABC’s hit television series “Once Upon A Time.” This event, small compared to Comic Con and Wonder Con, presented a unique … Read the rest of this now >>

Video Production Setup: 3-Camera Panel Discussion

More and more video productions are being produced outside a traditional studio and being produced in a natural setting. The ease of streaming video and more portable equipment makes it easier to produce video with professional results.   This is called Electronic Field Production (or EFP).  This article will be the … Read the rest of this now >>

Tustin High Schools uses the TVS-1000 Virtual Studio to Transition into Live Streaming

Tustin High Schools uses the TVS-1000 Virtual Studio to transition into real-time production and live streaming shows in this user story by Datavideo.

David Waldrum is a video production teacher at Tustin High School. He is one of the first users of the Datavideo TVS-1000 Virtual Studio, and Datavideo got … Read the rest of this now >>