Evertz enhances Bravo Studio platform
Evertz is set to introduce the latest features of its Bravo Studio cloud-based control room at the Evertz Connected 2021 virtual technology portal.
New additions include co-pilots to help automate and simplify production workflows. Bravo Studio can now leverage real-time data collected by sensor-based systems, including partner ShotTracker’s on-court and on-field sensors, to automate camera workflows. Its Metadata co-pilot also uses the real-time data to automatically curate highlights and clips to give the production team more time to focus on telling a better story.
In addition, Evertz has also integrated its Ease Live graphics engine into Bravo Studio, said to make it faster and easier to enhance the viewing experience by producing data-driven interactive graphics. This means that programme creators can deliver more interactive options to consumers, allowing them to make bets, select players, view statistics, view highlights, or take part in quizzes.
Bravo Studio is a collaborative live switching platform that gives broadcast operators an environment that looks and feels like a traditional control room so that they are comfortable producing shows in the cloud. Incorporating web-based interfaces that can be accessed from anywhere in the world, Bravo Studio allows staff to collaborate with any number of team members to produce live events from their own homes, regardless of the size or complexity of the projects they are working on.
Evertz will be giving full demonstrations of the platform’s capabilities online via its Evertz Connected 2021: Fall Edition virtual technology portal, which runs from 1-15 October.