Exciting new offerings including PTZ Cameras & Controllers, Conference Solutions, Presentation & Matrix Switchers, HDMI Splitters and Extenders.
Bringing you the future of 8K video distribution: BZBGEAR offers an innovative line-up of 8K switchers, signal splitters, amplifiers, and many more!
Whether you need a USB webcam, 4K PTZ, or auto-tracking capability, BZBGEAR's cameras suit any demanding live streaming application.
A videobar is an all-in-one audio/video solution that significantly improves videoconferencing
BZBGEAR Joystick Controllers offer precision control coupled with a variety of connections for PTZ Cameras utilizing ONVIF, Pelco-D, Pelco-P and Visca protocols.
Distribute amazing 4K and 1080P video signals over the Network with BZBGEARS transceivers, encoders and decoders offering the latest advancements in AVOIP technology.
A video wall controller can take a single video image and manipulate its display on individual screens, e.g., 1x4, 2x2, or 3x3.
A multiviewer is a hardware device for consolidating multiple video source inputs such as PCs, media players, and consoles on a single screen.
AV switchers can take multiple audio and video device inputs and send them to a single output display.
Network switches provide additional points of connection for your local network. They can also provide power for devices like cameras and joystick controllers.
Go the distance! Send high-quality video, audio, and control signals long distances with a signal extender.
Splitters can take a single audio and video input and multiply it into 2, 4, 8, or even more signal outputs to a TV or display.
Transform Video signals including HDMI, SDI, USB and Analog utilizing BZBGEARS Converters..
From mixers to microphones, headphones, and speakers, BZBGEAR carries the audio solutions to amplify your world.
BZBGEAR offers professional-grade testers and signal analyzers to diagnose cabling and compatibility issues with integrating hardware devices.
Reliable AV cables for any format include HDMI, DisplayPort, USB, Ethernet, optical, and plenum. Make sure you choose wisely, or better to call us!
Ask questions like – how many camera angles are needed? Is one camera enough to cover these angles? How will the cameras be controlled, and who will operate them? How far is the distance from the camera to the subject? What type of video connections are needed? How will audio be connected? What is the streaming platform of choice? When the list is complete, prioritize the items from “critical need” to “nice to have”.
Step 2 is establishing a budget. There are equipment options to fit nearly every need and budget, so having the knowledge of what you need to accomplish and how much you can spend empowers your decision-making process. A typical entry-level budget for a live streaming system using a PTZ camera begins at around $2,000.
Once armed with this information you are ready for step 3 - a conversation with a one of BZBGEAR’s expert sales engineers. Our staff is fully trained in designing live streaming systems and can helpfully answer your questions. They may even be able to identify items or use cases that you haven’t yet considered.
Most houses of worship utilize 2 – 3 PTZ cameras. This allows them to capture multiple angles and zoom levels, creating a more dynamic and engaging live stream. When eequipped with only a single camera, the operators are often forced into a static wide-angle shot to capture everything. This prevents them from taking full advantage of the capabilities of a PTZ camera and results in a dull and lifeless production. This makes it difficult to retain viewership, hampers outreach, and negatively affects donations.
Joystick controllers and video switchers are commonly employed in multi-camera setups. When working with more than one camera, a joystick controller is a necessary component. The precision and fluidity of movement that a joystick provides can’t be replicated in a digital interface. Joystick controllers make it fast and easy to set and recall presets, as well as making real-time adjustments to things like white balance, color, iris, and focus. This provides a tremendous benefit to the production by helping maintain higher image quality.
Video switchers come in both software and hardware form, but the vast majority of users prefer a hardware solution. Physical switchers are preferred for the same reasons that a joystick controller is preferred – ease of use. A well designed video switcher has large, easy to read controls which help eliminate operator mistakes while providing professional-looking transition options. The simplified control interface is much easier to train volunteers, making it easy for anyone to step in and take control.
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