AZilPix Studio.One is a multi-camera video capture and production system enabling immersive broadcasting of complex
events, at low operational cost.
Ultra high-res video capture
Up to six 12-megapixel cameras with wide angle or fish eye lenses per server capture an event completely from multiple angles.
Virtual camera concept
The Studio.One server computes multiple simultaneous rectified or panoramic virtual cameras from any input camera in real-time live or in post-production. Pan-tilt-roll-zoom each virtual camera as if it were 360 video.
Low operational cost
No need to follow the action all the time when capturing an event : everything gets captured anyways.
As a result, as few as a single operator can capture complex events. Post-production is a single person job as well.
Intuitive and powerful
Studio.One operation is easy to learn, intuitive and stimulates creativity. Create a unique visual language by framing in
360 and panoramic Video
Stitchless 6K VR, or custom rigs with best-in-class stitching. 24/7 operation and live multi-cam on a single server. Studio.One allows simultaneous live VR & convential video production
with a single system, crew and workflow.
Studio.One is an open system with well documented APIs, made to integrate in your production environment. It can be controlled remotely if operator acces to the event site is undesirable, e.g. medical surgery operations.
Use AZilPix Studio.One for music festivals, concert halls, performing arts, TV shows, visual radio, regional sports, college events, houses of worship, conferences, parliaments, medical training, high-end surveillance and anywhere professional multi-camera video production is desired at low operational cost.
Studio.One consists of ultra-high resolution wide-angle cameras connected to one or multiple servers running our software.
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AZilPix is a spin-off company of Hasselt University and iMinds, founded by Jan Looijmans (CEO), Philippe Bekaert (video capture and processing engine), Michel Dewolf (integration and interfacing), AXON (headquarters, broadcast sales and support) and Arjan Akkermans. Studio.One is the result of know-how gained in 15 years of research and development supported by the European Commision, FWO and VLAIO.