Low Latency, High Quality Camera Shading

London, 25th August 2022 – Open Broadcast Systems is partnering with CyanView to enable remote camera shading for remote production. It will be demonstrating the solution on its booth (1.A39c) at IBC from 9th to 12th September. Cyanview will also be showing remote camera shading workflows using OBE C-200 encoders and decoders on its booth (10.D31b).

Using the camera shading technology from CyanView, Open Broadcast Systems is able to ensure that the colour is matched when switching cameras during a remote production, enabling broadcasters to deliver a seamless experience to viewers. The Cyanview RCP allows for shading a wide range of cameras from a powerful control panel.

Kieran Kunhya, Founder and CEO, Open Broadcast Systems, commented: “With many cameras, the colour is not matched when switching between sources and this leads to inconsistencies. CyanView overcomes this with its remote camera shader, by far the most advanced solution for remote camera shading.”

Xavier Deschuyteneer, Head of Business Development, added: “Partnering with Open Broadcast Systems enables us to ensure low Latency encoding and decoding with the highest quality for our customers, something which is vitally important for shading in remote production.”

Open Broadcast Systems will be exhibiting on booth 1.A39c at IBC. Find out more and book a meeting. CyanView will be on booth 10.D31b.

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