2 December 14:00 UK time, online

The Art of Replay: EVS live sports production workshop is open to anyone within the Sports Video Group community with an interest in learning the basic operational skills required to use the EVS LSM remote replay solution, as well as how it fits into the live sports production environment.

During the free-to-attend two-hour session you will learn:

  • - The role of replay operations in a live sport production environment

  • - The role of different crew members in relation to the LSM replay operator

  • - The responsibilities of the LSM replay operator in live sport productions

The main operations of the EVS LSM replay system will be demonstrated including: how to play back; how to select the best camera angles; how to create clips; and more.

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Session leader

You will be taught by freelance EVS operator and editor Jamie Benning, a highly experienced trainer who works in studio-based and outside broadcast live sport. Benning has worked across all major European sports from Formula 1, Formula E, and Premier League and Championship football to the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Benning is an EVS trainer and has recently taken on the role of Ambassador to EVS’ new replay system LSM-VIA.

Session format and outcomes

Benning will present using a live training set-up with examples from European sporting events. There will be ample opportunities during the workshop for audience questions. The session will be hosted by the internal head of SVG Europe Women and SVG Europe editor Heather McLean.

At the end of this workshop, you will have a strong understanding of the role of the LSM replay operator, and an appreciation of the basics on how to use this equipment. This will enable you to go onto further training to become a full LSM replay operator. The workshop will be held on EVS’ GoToWebinar platform.

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