Broadcast Video Production
Broadcast Video Production Solutions for Live Events Worldwide
The broadcast industry has become a crowded market in the era of Virtual Events, so it was imperative that we elevate our capabilities to provide our clients with a second-to-none solution. Equipped to seamlessly integrate across all media platforms, our multi-tiered broadcast solution incorporates elements of virtual event production, graphic design, technical innovation, and audience engagement to create an authentic, interactive experience that will transcend geographical barriers and time zones.
"From single-day events to multi-day broadcasts, we have produced one-offs, including the 2020 [virtual] NFL Draft, one of our first broadcasts – to global, multi-day events, such as the Market America World Conference"
- Broadcast Video Production
- Audience Engagement
- Broadcast Video
- Cloud Workflow
- Live Streaming
- Remote Production
- Social Media Integration
- Webcast and Distribution
OUR APPROACH BROADCASTING LIVE EVENTS
Our full-service approach combines the best broadcast engineers, the latest video equipment, and production services, to deliver quality live video production packages to any live event. Quince’s Innovation Team specializes in providing stunning visuals, creative design, and revolutionary technical integration services to create immersive experiences for live audiences.
- 3 Production Switchers (2ME)
- Haivision SRT Encoding for Transmission and Remote Contributors
- 8-Camera package
- Ventuz Real-Time Graphics Generation System
- 16 Channels of Embeddable Audio for Multi-Language Support
- 12 Channels of Record Decks
- Support for Archival ProRes and Real-Time MP4
- Mobile Flypacks
- Broadcast Trucks
- Video Transmission
- Image Magnification Displays (IMAG)
The Duke Forward Finale was a unique opportunity to showcase 360-degree projection technology, broadcasting video and graphic animations onto a 500-foot immersive flat-screen surface with a 5-camera IMAG package.
The multi-stage presentation surrounded an audience of nearly 800 guests, making it possible for everyone in the venue to have “the best seat in the house.”
- Duke University