If you are a video producer and have tried to build and maintain a physical set like ours, you know that it is neither an easy nor inexpensive feat. Because of that, many producers, both recorded and live, are switching to virtual studios. One of the bigger companies to produce technology to make this easier is Datavideo.
For a single camera input, the company offers the TVS-1000 Virtual Studio, which retails for $5,995 and is aimed at the educational market. For larger scale projects, the HS-2200 Studio in a Box offers 2 HDMI and 6 HD-SDI inputs for $7,000.
If neither of these fit your needs, the company offers a wide variety of alternatives and add-ons for these units as well.
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