Synchronised remote commentary
over the public internet
The Quicklink Remote Commentary Solution allows production teams to add synchronised real-time commentary from any location with an internet connection. The remote commentator/caster views the live event in a webpage and their commentary is added into the live program.
Remotely commentate on a live event from any location in the world with an internet connection.
Add value to your broadcast through content localisation.
Scale the system from commentating on one event in one additional language to multiple simultaneous commentaries in different languages on multiple events.
Use on premise dedicated hardware or use SaaS (Software as a service) model. SaaS allows multiple commentary channels to be started, scaling the system quickly without the requirement to deploy additional on-premise hardware.
For synced commentary, Quicklink’s Sync Sound algorithm makes sure the remote commentary mixed to the live event is always synchronised before output for broadcast.
Inbuilt Audio over IP using the Audinate Dante™, ensuring optimal communication between Dante™ enabled devices and the Remote Commentary solution. The solution also supports Livewire+™ conforming to the new AES67-2013 Interoperability Standard allowing connection between AES67 devices.
No on-site caster required
Produce more, reach more
Synchronise multiple locations
Quicklink Studio enables remote IP audio commentary for pan-European Football Tournament
“This a true ‘plug-and-play’ solution. We received a commentary solution that perfectly suits our needs. The Quicklink Remote Commentary Solution is stable, simple and reliable”
- Audioconsulting AG
“The advantage is that we can send back the live video without putting more load on to the commentator. However, on top, with this solution we are able to achieve the same quality of audio that can be achieved using ISDN or any Voice over IP only system”
- Audioconsulting AG
“The interaction between studio and stadium becomes more fluent and more vivid thanks to the visual link between the studio and the commentator”