Live Streaming a School Graduation

Morgan County High School’s digital media instructor, Tom White, sought to produce an uncomplicated workflow for this past year’s graduation. With a lack of camera operators and no power in the press box, he found himself needing a low-maintenance, low-cable solution. White used two 20X PTZOptics SDI cameras and a HuddleCamHD Joystick to stream the ceremony. With the PTZ cameras, he was able to capture a variety of angles and zoom lengths. Only a single operator was used to set and call over 7 presets for each camera with the HuddleCamHD Joystick.

Live Streaming a School Graduation

Ease of Use: Each camera is connected directly to the ATEM Studio to access video feeds. The pan, tilt, zoom feature allows operators to manipulate the camera position with a touch of a button.

Single Operator: Eliminating static cameras negates the need for multiple camera operators. Using PTZ cameras allows the control of hundreds of camera positions with a single operator.

Tactile Control: The HuddleCam Joystick connects directly into each camera via serial cabling, capable of daisy-chaining multiple units. Set and call over 250 camera presets from one controller.

School Graduation – How to Live Stream