Grass Valley solutions for sports coverage at Indiana uni
Grass Valley has supplied Ball State University with a live production solution that provides university staff with the flexibility to capture more appealing and creative footage from sporting events held at the school’s Scheumann Stadium and Worthen Arena.
The solution includes six LDX Flex advanced imaging cameras with XCU (eXchangeable Control Units) Twin base stations which support fiber as well as triax, and two K2 Dyno Replay Systems.
“We’ve been a Grass Valley customer for many years, and the LDX cameras and K2 Dyno systems were a natural choice for us both for quality and price,” says Alan Gordon, associate director at Ball State University. “The LDX cameras are fibered back to our control room and provide beautiful picture quality, and the K2 Dyno Replay System is so easy to use—our staff and students have only had minimal training and are creating compelling replays and highlights with aplomb.”
Andy Jackson, senior vice-president sales, North America Region for Grass Valley, comments: “Ball State University is a longstanding customer and we understand their need for high-quality equipment that will optimise their coverage of live sporting events along with industry leading support to protect their investments. The combination of LDX Flex cameras and XCU base stations along with the K2 Dyno gives them the agility and flexibility they need to produce the highest possible quality content for their viewers.”