Telecast is the hardware interface between the audio-visual recording of a live event, press conference or seminar and the repositioning of those images onto the Internet. The Telecast captures the audio and video signals in real time from their source; it then encodes, compresses and formats these signals into audio and video streams ready for listening and viewing on the Internet.
How it works
Telecast is a 19" rack, mounted in a rugedized flight case. It contains a 3Kva UPS, several video and audio encoders (Viewcast Niagara and Apple G5 server) and professional pre-processing tools for both audio and video. It also handles Internet routing, and intercom. On the back of the Telecast, a patch panel offers easy access to plug in the different video and audio feeds, and you are ready to web cast in all formats (MPEG 4, Windows Media, Real, QuickTime, Flash) and bit rates to the internet.
The Telecast has been used on many occasions, and can be seen on most web casts done by Telemak:
- TMF Awards 2004
- United States Mission to the European Union
- Apple Europe
- European Parliament
- European Commission
- State of the Union
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