Arena and TV-production - at IOF Open Technical Meeting in Lavarone 2014

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A summary of ideas of different levels of arena and tv production you can have at your event.

A summary of ideas of different levels of arena and tv production you can have at your event.

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  • 1. Arena and TV Production Henning Spjelkavik
  • 2. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 2 Who is your audience? what the spectators cannot see? tell the world what is going on? – Spectators in the arena – Orienteers at home – Sports-loving non-orienteers – Entertainment seeking public
  • 3. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 3 What’s your ambition level? • Audio streaming of speaker • Video streaming • a broadcast TV productio • 30 to 300.000 EUR
  • 4. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 4 Live results • If you don’t have anything, try the Swedish, open source system: EmmaClient Adapters for SportSoftware, OLA, general IOF XML, eTiming (in beta) http://emmaclient.codeplex.com/
  • 5. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 5 Case 0 - Audio streaming • Sound input – Preferred: Audio cable from sound mixer – Alternative: Well placed microphone • Icecast on server • Edcast on a laptop with sound input • at least 50 kbit/s uplink • http://www.icecast.org/3rdparty.php
  • 6. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 6 Case 1 – Really cheap • USB Webcam • Ustream • Good laptop • Internet connection (> 500 kbit/s) • Sound from speaker (cable from mixer)
  • 7. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 7 Case 2 – Small production • USB Webcams, capture card(s) or IP cams • Vision switching (“video mixer”) software – Vidblaster – vMix – Wirecast – Livestream – Ustream
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  • 10. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 10 Case 3 – Arena production • ATEM switcher, small SDI mixer • SDI cables • SDI/HDMI cameras with converters
  • 11. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 11 Case 4 - Broadcast • OB van • GoPro pre-produced • Graphics and animations, pre-produced • follow-cam, “near live” • real live – links, IP camera etc
  • 12. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 12 Examples • Ski-o World Cup, World Cup Kongsberg • ESOC • Tiomila • Jukola • WOC 2014
  • 13. 2014 IOF Techonology Meeting, Lavarone, WOC 2014 13 «If sport is not working on TV, is not attracting an audience, is languishing, the problem lies with the people controlling that sport. They either have failed to keep that sport vital and alive, through laziness or mismanagement, or they have allowed people presenting the sport to the public through television to get away with sloppy, lazy or inattentive production.» David Hill, Chairman & CEO, Fox Sports TV Contact details: Henning Spjelkavik, henning@spjelkavik.net http://twitter.com/spjelkavik Facebook, LinkedIn & Xing Thank you for listening!