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Transforming Live Productions

Hitomi Broadcast showcases cloud solution and commitment to SMPTE ST 2110 at the Media Production & Technology Show 2023.

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Hitomi Broadcast takes the guesswork out of timing with cloud-based solutions showcased at NAB 2023

If you were at NAB 2023, you might have noticed the buzz around Hitomi Broadcast's booth in the UK Pavilion. As a market leader in audio/video alignment and latency tools, we were showcasing our cutting-edge latency and lip-sync solutions that are simple, cost-effective and in high demand for remote productions. 

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Hitomi wins Best of Show at IBC2022 – it’s about time!

We’re delighted to wrap up IBC 2022 on a high note and were excited to meet so many existing and potential customers during the show. 

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Hitomi at NAB Show 2022

It’s a wrap! Thanks to Tradefair for hosting us on the British Pavillion for a hugely successful NAB Show and keeping us well supplied with Yorkshire Tea!

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Sustainability in live production

Hitomi is delighted to be participating in the IBC Accelerator Programme this year and to be a part of the Sustainability in Live Production project team Sunday 5th December 2.45 - 3.30pm at IBC in Amsterdam.

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Is remote production here to stay?

The recent KitPlus Show at MediaCityUK was a great opportunity to meet with customers and partners face to face in a COVID safe environment.

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Hitomi at IBC 2019

Hitomi Broadcast is building on the value of their industry-leading audio video alignment toolbox, MatchBox, with a new announcement at IBC 2019. The MatchBox Glass option adds mic and camera lip-sync alignment to MatchBox Analyser when used in conjunction with our free iOS app. Hitomi products deliver peace of mind - click here to make a meeting or arrange a demonstration With MatchBox Glass, you no longer need to worry about last minute synchronisation issues. The Glass App works by holding an iPhone or iPad in shot, allowing the analyser to measure camera and mic timing alignment at the receiving end. MatchBox Glass can also determine the latency difference between cameras when pointed at the same iPhone or iPad. Whilst MatchBox is already in use by broadcasters worldwide for the line-up of live events, MatchBox Glass adds the ability for users to measure the paths through cameras and mics, assessing the delays between pictures and sounds from their origin. Not sure whether MatchBox Glass i ...

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