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Broadcast Pix VOX™ is a brea
kthrough in live video production.

This 1RU hardware controller is compatible with any Broadcast Pix Flint, Granite, or Mica video production system. The intelligence of VOX software control eliminates the need for a technical director during live video productions, as it detects which microphone is active, switches to that camera, and triggers Fluent Macros assigned to that microphone. 

VOX - Voice Automated Productions

VOX Benefits:

  • Voice-Automated live video production
  • Control cameras, graphics, recorders, streamers, other devices
  • Fluent Macro control to trigger sophisticated effects
  • Manual override to select opens, closes, cameras, PowerPoint and more
  • Customized logic to switch as if operated by experienced director
 
VOX integrates with Broadcast Pix’s built-in Fluent™ Macros to create automatic video-follow-audio. Fluent Macros can be programmed to select camera presets, roll clips and animations, add or remove titles, and even execute sophisticated compositions such as picture-in-picture or a three-box. Plus, multiple macros can be assigned to each microphone – and selection criteria can be established – so automated productions can offer variety in shot selection and graphics, as if a technical director was at the controls.  

VOX Automated Video Production
VOX Applications:

VOX is perfect for multi-microphone video productions that could benefit from not having someone sitting and producing the event:

  • Radio Stations
  • City Council sessions
  • Distance Learning
  • Medical Training
  • Focus Groups
  • Town Hall meetings
  • Public access talk shows
  • Corporate interviews
  • Panel Discussions
  • Auditoriums, convention centers, and much more
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Visual Radio User Story - VOX ROCKS the Q-music Beach House

Q Music logoQ-music, a radio network in Belgium and Holland, uses VOX to turn its audio programming into online entertainment for its Web-based audience. In summer 2011, Q-music aired live concerts and other events – and streamed video coverage of the performances – from its Q-Beach House in Ostend, Belgium. The video productions were part of a pilot project for the network’s studio-based “Visual Radio” initiative, to be produced in three facilities with VOX and Broadcast Pix Mica systems. Broadcast Pix interviewed Rudy Wynants, an engineer with Q-music, who discussed the successful use of Broadcast Pix VOX automated switching and graphics.

Read the entire interview here
 Q-music Beach House

Watch an example of a VOX Voice-Automated Production in this video,
it was created without an operator:


  Watch VOX video
Q-music

 
TVC TV LogoIt’s fun to program your own vision and have it show up almost immediately. Mica has just made our workflow much more sensible, creative, and easier.”

- Thaddeus Girard
TVCTV production services manager
Tualatin Valley Community TV (TVCTV)
Beaverton, OR