Posted on 8th September 2020 at 14:21
During the covid crisis many companies have seen their work completely dry up, especially within the events business. One of the huge casualties has been companies that provide AV for events and they have seen their warehouses filled with their stock gathering dust, which would normally be out on the road.
Steve Allen of Dynamic Media Solutions in Bracknell decided to make the best of a difficult situation and saw an opportunity to use his expertise to create a virtual studio at his premises. Last week I had the opportunity to visit the studio and to say I was impressed would be an understatement!
With a huge LED wall, professional lighting and cameras, the large studio has been purpose built for virtual events. Behind the studio and upstairs are the control rooms to manage everything from running the event to video editing. There is serious amount of gear here!
The Giant LED Wall!
Steve can work with any platform mixing live action from the studio with input from other participants and guests virtually and deliver it all to the audience on whatever platform you are using.
Behind the scenes at the studio
Many companies are now looking at running virtual conferences, awards events, training days and more. Quite often they have complicated set-ups with many contributors and different needs. To run these efficiently you need someone with the knowledge, expertise and equipment to make them run smoothly and to give your company the same production values that you would expect in a live event - Steve at DMS is able to do that.
One of the professional cameras at the studio
To find out more check out the Dynamic Media Solutions website here
Tagged as: #virtualevents #virtualentertainment
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