TSL Systems launches Media Production Solution

    TSL Systems, an international supplier of broadcast and AV solutions, will introduce
    Chris Phillips, director of services
    Chris Phillips, director of services


    TSL Systems, an international supplier of broadcast and AV solutions, will introduce its Media Production Solution, a suite of products and services designed specifically for the corporate market at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2017 taking place at RAI Amsterdam from 7-10 February.

    The solution provides the latest single operator functionality for creating internal and external video content. In-house production facilities enable organisations to be flexible, controlling when and how content is produced and disseminated. However, assembling and maintaining a professional production facility can be complex and expensive.

    The Media Production Solution removes the complexity normally associated with building a new production facility, reducing both technical risk and cost. It has been designed for simple operation and ease of use by a single operator, and enables the user to focus on creativity rather than technology. It can be used to create high quality content such as new product announcements, viral and live streaming campaigns, internal communications and training videos.

    The system package includes a two camera production facility controlled by a Ross Solo switcher. Lighting design is by Cirrolite and controlled by a DMX lighting desk, bringing the very best lighting and colour tones. A Yamaha audio console sits at the heart of the audio production capability with Genelec and Sennheiser products amplifying the sound quality. The system includes a basic graphics set using Ross CG licence on PC, using FTP, managed within Solo using the Mediamanager. HDD recording capability is included for off line editing and web streaming capability. AutoScript provides a fully controlled, 17” professional teleprompter solution with optional talent monitor, purpose built for the Ross PTZ cameras. The inclusion of the gallery screen and scope monitoring ensures production quality can be monitored and maintained. Desking is by AKA, providing a high quality and complete professional finish to the control room.

    The package also includes installation, commissioning and support using the same team of experts. In addition, customers can choose to add costed options that further enhance the facility’s capabilities, including remote control, expanded lighting, Skype TX integration and additional camera channels and audio and monitoring enhancements. TSL Systems has also embedded a three year maintenance programme, developed using ITIL methodology, into the solution. This provides full access to the TSL Systems team of industry experts who will support the production team, negating the need to invest in expensive internal technical specialists.

    Chris Phillips, director of services, TSL Systems, said: “Traditional distribution obstacles associated with video advertising campaigns have now been overcome with the advent of social media, enabling corporate organisations to reach millions of customers quickly and effectively. “With video becoming more of a ‘must have’ in the global world of business, it is important to stay ahead of the competition and keep close to your customers. Having an in-house video production facility means your organisation can communicate the right content at the right time.”

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