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charlie  
#1 Posted : Sunday, February 12, 2012 1:38:18 PM(UTC)
charlie

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Hi

On our TV station will use the vMax on next weeks like a Virtual Studios.
We have the big Green box and will shots with two cameras. Onе for Open Shot onе for Close Up.
I make some experiment how the vMax cut with color overlay and the result is not too bed.
But the big problem will be on Close UP camera. If the cameramen make some Pan, Tilt, Zoom
with the camera the Background Picture (BG) will stay on compounded picture BG+FG.
So the problem is how to make the BG to move Pan, Tilt, Zoom like the cameraman wants.

On this point I have the idea for the developers on vMax how to make this:
On the this Picture:
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is the concepts how will be work.

If somehow we have the sensors on the tripod for Pan, Tilt, Zoom (this one will be put on the camera) and the vMax read the information
and integrate into Position Menu (like on picture) so We'll have the real Virtual Studios. Every move on camera will reflect on the BG Picture.
I think the via USB some controller with 4 cameras will be great.
I don't know how to create this controller, but if just idea how work one mouse(the old one with ball inside) for the computer.
Of course we need to make some mechanical work on the tripods but that is no problem.
Well I find some sensors integrated on the tripod but is so expensive...

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So that's it. Will be great if have discussion on this idea...

:)





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