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Robert Piascik

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Re: So Remote Mixing is now a thing...
« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2016, 11:15:39 am »


So are we now closer to our fantasy of mixing in our underwear?


I do THAT every gig, I'm hoping to mix OUT of my underwear soon

Very cool Brian!
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Re: So Remote Mixing is now a thing...
« Reply #11 on: May 21, 2016, 04:16:57 pm »

I'm not responsible for the network setup on these jobs, which is a good thing since i know just enough about networking to be dangerous.

That being said, i do know this.  We use Cisco Meraki routers both in DC and in London to create a private network.  Network guys can chime in with more details on how that works cause i basically don't know.  But once that private network is created over the interwebs, all the devices connected on either end of the network see each other as if it were a LAN.

I ran QL Editor in DC controlling the QL1 located in London. Ping time was consistently 85 ms which made the control interaction basically seamless. The Video switch was done similarly with an ATEM 2ME switcher in London and a ATEM switcher control panel located in DC.  They also imported graphics created in DC directly into the ATEM located in London.  [sorry, that second parts is not really sound, but i found it interesting]

Hope that's enough information to make sense.  If anyone is interested in more details i can easily query and get a more detailed explanation.

I would be interested in learning more about the networking side if you can get the details.  I know the solutions can vary from just a VPN between two routers connected by DSL to renting wavelengths on submarine cables.
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John L Nobile

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Re: So Remote Mixing is now a thing...
« Reply #12 on: May 21, 2016, 10:23:23 pm »

I do THAT every gig, I'm hoping to mix OUT of my underwear soon

Very cool Brian!

Commando mixing. I'm getting tired of wearing black all the time. This could be the ticket. And as long as nothing goes wrong, no one will ever notice.
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Re: So Remote Mixing is now a thing...
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