The 3 live sessions were streamed on YouTube on October 11, 12 and 13.
You can replay them using the links below.
OnTheAir Video 4 was released in June, and it brings a lot of new features that allows 24/7 unattended scheduled playout. The scheduler has been greatly improved, with the ability to import playlists from the renowned traffic software WideOrbit. We can trigger SCTE events, we support more subtitling formats and live sources, we can control video routers, and more. This topic can be very complex, but don't worry: we'll be there for any questions you may have.
Since 2018 and after more than a decade in the film industry, Olivier Greoli has been bringing his experience to the world of local television.
In addition to being the technical manager of a local TV station in Liège (Belgium), he is the product owner of Basique.app, an open source software that aims to help the various stakeholders of a local TV station to quickly produce multi-channel content.
It is composed of several modules (currently in French): MAM, Web CMS managing through an API a drupal web solution, Planning & Scheduling system in interaction with Softron OnTheAir Video. The solution is already in use in 10 local TV stations.
For non-profit organizations, there may be some very specific production needs. Because they have users who are often not trained professionals, the solution has to be easy-to-use. The fact that our applications run on a Mac, rather than on a complex machine unfamiliar to non-professionals, greatly helps in that matter. The intuitive nature of our software makes it easy for everyone to learn, no matter their level of expertise.
Matt serves as the Digital Architect as CineSys.io overseeing asset management, application development as well as many workflow integrations. From ingest, to edit, to delivery, CineSys provides the best in experience and solutions. Additionally, Matt owns and is the principle Apple platforms developer at Workflow Network, proving solutions for churches, marketers and broadcaster across the world. Matt has also had the opportunity to serve over twenty years at Fellowship Church, one of the largest Churches in America, as the Director of Production. At Fellowship, Matt contributed in creative development, infrastructure design as well as producing content and experiences.
Bryce Seifert is a video engineer based in Austin, Texas who oversees a collegiate production facility and serves as a freelance technical director for live events and concerts.
These operations include, for example, recording a sports event on site, or for a live concert. We offer a number of applications that are perfectly suited to mobile productions. MovieRecorder and its edit-while-ingest feature has been an integral part of such workflows for many years. M|Replay is a valuable application on these sorts of projects, and it has been used at a number of sports productions worldwide: including a recent, very large event in Japan that was watched by millions of people from all across the planet. And, of course, OnTheAir Video and OnTheAir CG offer flexible solutions to playout videos and graphics during a live show.
Virgil has always been an audiovisual and technology enthusiast. He spent his spare time during his childhood with a camera in his hands. After a significant background in French TV production and Local TV stations at the start of his career, Virgil joined the Softron Family in 2006 in Belgium as a Product Manager.
When he moved back to France to be a consultant, he kept working with Softron to improve his customers' workflow and the reliability of their TV playout solutions. But Virgil is before anything else an entrepreneur. So he launched with one business partner in 2009, CAP'TA PROD an OB company. Since then, travelling around the world and getting some experiences overseas mainly in Australia, he is running his company and diversifying it, to embrace the new broadcast market changes.
Director of Switchpower Ltd. A Live Streaming Production and Facilities Company and Digital Manager at SRO Motorsports Group. Specialising in the world of Motorsport Live event broadcast and ESports.
HOW WE USE SOFTRON PRODUCTS
We use Softron MovieRecorder for capturing the Clean and Dirty of our TX broadcast outputs and remote capture in the Switchpower MCR. All records are tied via timecode with each channel providing us with multiple formats and destinations.