By Ned Soseman /
08.16.2012
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Live with Blackmagic Design

Blackmagic Design announced that Sky TV, Lansing, MI, used several Blackmagic Design products for its exclusive live broadcast of the 2012 USA Water Polo Junior Olympics taking place at California’s Stanford University on July 31 and August 5. Blackmagic Design’s ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher, ATEM Television Studio, Intensity Shuttle capture and playback cards, HyperDeck Shuttle field recorder and Battery Converters HDMI to SDI were used to switch, capture and stream all of the action live for this year’s championship games.

The Gold and Platinum Division Championship games were aired live from two separate pools in Stanford’s Avery Aquatics Center, where the USA’s national water polo team plays. Spectators were able to see all the action streamed live on various screens and a Jumbotron throughout the Stanford facility, and remote viewers could view the games as they happened via Sky TV’s online portal.

Sky TV filmed each championship game in its entirety in HD, with each camera equipped with Blackmagic Design Battery Converters and connected to Intensity Shuttles to capture ingested video feeds. An ATEM Television Studio was used to broadcast and stream the Gold Division games taking place in the smaller of the two pools live to the Internet. Sky TV also used the ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher to broadcast the Platinum Division games, adding time and player statistics graphics, in addition to picture in picture close ups of fast break action and live shots of the crowd’s reaction. Both ATEM switchers were used to patch play-by-play commentary into the broadcast, ensuring remote viewers do not miss a second of the excitement.

Sky TV is recording both games in HD with the HyperDeck Shuttle in order to create Blu-ray and DVD discs.



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