Intinor Technology, Sweden’s leading developer of products and solutions for high quality video over the internet, will be showcasing its flagship Direkt series of remote production solutions at NAB 2021. The company will also demonstrate the recently released “ultra low latency” feature, which delivers less than half a second end-to-end for complex contribution links. Visitors to the show will be able to see first-hand why the Direkt series has proved itself invaluable for enabling hybrid events in recent times.
Also being highlighted at the Intinor booth is the newly added synchronised streams feature, which makes the Intinor Direkt series even more plug and play simple. This brings real, practical benefits for broadcasters looking for a way to support remote production without compromising operational flexibility or on-screen quality. Thanks to Direkt, two-way interviews are made easy; the solution eliminates the issue of people talking over each other and ensures that live sport really is live.
Intinor CEO Roland Axelsson commented: “Our Direkt series pulls together all the elements that a production needs for a seamless remote operation. We can now offer our customers the same low latency they get with a Zoom call, but with full broadcast quality audio and video. With the latest enhancements to Direkt we are giving broadcasters a simple way to handle all the practicalities of a hybrid production without having to change the way they work.”
Direkt is a highly robust, professional quality, dedicated encoder for contribution circuits and is available in an easy-to-use environment. Intinor has designed the system to be straightforward for operators and technicians to set up and has made operation easy enough so that on-screen talent can work the system from a home studio without breaking isolation.
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