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JVC PTZs focus on remote production capabilities

JVC PTZs focus on remote production capabilities

JVC PTZs focus on remote production capabilities

JVC has unveiled three new PTZ cameras that aim to provide the optimal image quality and performance for streaming and remote production purposes. The KY-PZ400NW/NB and KY-PZ200NW/NB differ in their output capabilities but are both equipped with ND|HX and SRT streaming, H.265/H.264/MJPEG encoding and VITC (Vertical Interval Timecode) multi-camera synchronisation technologies. The third option, the new HD KY-PZ200W/B, provides a more economical solution by removing the NDI|HX functionality.

All three new camera models are available in black or white variations to best match a venue. The KY-PZ400NW/NB is 4K model while the KY-PZ200NW/NB is capable of HD output. All three cameras include SRT, HTTP, RTSP, RTMP/RTMPS and standard protocols. The advanced streaming capabilities of the SRT technology adds automatic repeat request (ARQ) and forward error correction (FEC) to prevent packet loss typically found on internet connections, as well as stream encryption for content protection.

Additionally, with incorporated Vertical Interval Time Code (VITC) with Network Time Protocol (NTP), the new JVC PTZ cameras also feature multi-camera synchronisation for live event production. This feature is ideal for the mixing and streaming of live productions where image synchronisation is crucial. Remote control capabilities are made possible through JVC’s RM-LP100 Remote Camera Controller, KM-IP6000/4000 Live IP Production Suites or a variety of other options from vMix, OBS Studio and NewTek.

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