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January 2019

Come Picture Perfect Pixels with Streambox in Burbank, CA

By | Post Production, Streambox Chroma, Streambox Events, Video Transport | No Comments

Meet Streambox in Burbank for an update on the latest in solutions for collaborating on 4K DCI post-production workflows such as color grading. Streambox is featuring the Chroma 4K advanced encoder/decoder system in conjunction with the Pixit Medias PixStor and the latest Canon 4K projector! See how the onsite 4K DI Suite using Resolve/Adobe can be used with a Chroma 4K system, which is capable of 12-bit 4:4:4 RGB/XYZ color including support for HDR, operating in another room and output to the Canon projector, demonstrates the ability to perform color grading remotely.

For more information please contact tony.taylor@streambox.com and chris.wright@streambox.com 

Jonathan Bloom Streams Live Video Using Streambox for CES2019

By | AVENIR Micro, Broadcast, Live Events, Success Stories | No Comments

Jonathan Bloom uses Streambox solutions to broadcast reliable live HD video in the field for CES2019. Jonathan is a television news innovator who joined the ABC 7 team, and strives to tell better stories through the use of technology. For the past few months, Jonathan has been a one man machine, writing, filming, editing and reporting live news for his viewers. Being on the look out to find a better way to effectively respond to breaking news more quickly, Jonathan reached out to Streambox for a solution.

Streambox, being in the business of live video, came up with a solution for Jonathan. Using the AVENIRMicro, which is a mobile live video encoder, Jonathan could stream either live 360 video or normal HD video to Facebook. The AVENIRMicro is able to do this over WiFi or by using the embedded 3G/4G modem module installed in its hardware. The video stream is then sent to Streambox’s cloud service, Streambox Cloud, which then is able to archive and send live video to social media. Furthermore, the Micro is able to switch between different cell towers owned by different cellular networks (AT&T, Verison, Sprint, etc.) in order to maintain the best quality and reliable video.