At the Las Vegas kit show, NAB, Atomos is previewing Cloud Studio, a new collection of cloud-based video production tools and services.

Cloud Studio, developed in partnership with MAVIS, will launch with two new cloud-based live video production services for sharing and real-time collaboration.

ATOMOS Capture to Cloud uploads files from ATOMOS network connected devices to cloud-based platforms, including

ATOMOS Stream uses any ATOMOS network enabled device to live stream to platforms like FacebookLive, Twitch and YouTube.

MAVIS has released a free version of the MAVIS Pro Camera for NAB. The app is a 4K video camera for filmmakers and future updates will work seamlessly with the ATOMOS Cloud Studio.

ATOMOS and MAVIS are also giving a technology preview of ATOMOS Live Production, a “complete, cloud-based control room for live video and remote collaboration.”

With Live Production users will be able to produce a live show, “of the highest quality, at a fraction of the cost.” The toolset includes a fully-featured video switcher and sound mixer, with video effects and graphics, and talkback.

Live Production can work with any camera, from professional broadcast models, through DSLR and mirrorless, to the Apple iPhone and the system is able to provide timecode sync to all sources in the cloud and on every connected device. Using the new ATOMOS CONNECT or SHOGUN CONNECT devices, camera feeds are streamed to the Live Production system and each stream can be controlled in real-time from a browser, iPad app, or any compatible control panel from anywhere in the world.

Also on show is the above mentioned ATOMOS CONNECT and SHOGUN CONNECT.

ATOMOS CONNECT fits to the back on the NINJA V/V+ and features a 12G SDI interface, ATOMOS AirGlu wireless timecode for synchronizing all cameras, multiple power options to accommodate a variety of on-set scenarios, plus Wi-Fi 6, network Gigabit Ethernet, and Bluetooth LE capabilities. When attached to the NINJA V/ V+, the ATOMOS CONNECT “transforms professional cinema, mirrorless, and DSLR cameras into fully integrated devices that support a range of advanced cloud-based workflows.”

SHOGUN CONNECT is billed as the first fully integrated product in the CONNECT range. It combines HDR monitoring, RAW recording, and cloud workflows and features a loop through 12G SDI IN and OUT interface with an option to activate SDI RAW and send a signal to multiple devices.


Jon Creamer

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