This past summer, LiveX and Clash TV produced a summer-long series of streams for the legendary Dyckman Park Annual Summer League. These games feature New York City’s most exciting players, including guests from the NBA and celebrities.
The show was made possible by Live X’s VVCR Production Module. This cloud-based production started with the on-court crew in New York City, who had three cameras streaming to the cloud. Our remote crew then switched the show in the cloud from our facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin, adding graphics and scoreboard, then streaming to Clash TV and recording isolated cameras with vMix. Since Dyckman Park had no internet connection, we used a CastleCase with bonded LTE connections to make this all possible.
Shows use remote workflows for many reasons. In this case, the amount of space available for a production team didn’t leave room for graphics, switching, communication, or streaming. By moving those production elements off-site, we had endless possibilities. In other cases, health and safety is the primary concern. With virtual production here to stay, we frequently use this workflow to avoid large in-person crews and keep the options for productions wide open.
Please feel free to reach out to LiveX if you have questions about our remote capabilities or if you need broadcasting assistance in any way. We are here to assist and enhance your communication, whether it is for an audience of 2 or 20,000.