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DataVideo TVS-1000 Virtual Studio

 Prep – Practice – Shoot – Show

With one little green screen studio, you can tell stories that look like they were shot in a huge production lot of several buildings, each with their own set. Webcasts about market intelligence, internet talk shows, or student produced news casts are easy to make. Corporate productions or in house company-wide webcasts that are streamed to employee computers and archived for video-on-demand replay are practical and affordable. The Datavideo Trackless Virtual Studio will help you produce a variety of cost effective and memorable videos that communicate your messages. 


Prepping a virtual set show starts with a chromakey screen. The requirements for chromakey lighting are the same with a virtual set. Traditionally, we would replace the green or blue background with moving video footage. The TVS-1000 is a computer that replaces the ‘moving footage’ with a ‘virtual set’ that can have windows, video displays, and more. The TVS-1000 also manages the video clips you want to show and the images behind the windows. All of this is ‘behind’ your talent or spokesperson. In front of the green screen/ virtual studio, you can have your talent or spokesperson with props and objects. The same criteria that applies to proper green screen lighting will apply to the live talent, props and objects. 

You can select a professional virtual set background from the included library or purchase one from our store. You can make your own VIRTUAL STUDIO TVS-1000 VIRTUAL STUDIO and you can use your own stills or footage in the background. You also plan the virtual moves. With the TVS-1000, you can make programmed moves of the virtual background (in the computer) so it looks like a camera pan or zoom, you can show premade clips on virtual video screens, you can put existing images behind the windows in your virtual studio so it can look like you’re above a city skyline or at the desert. And you can add logos almost anywhere in the scene. 

Next, you gather or make the video clips that support your message. If you watch virtual set programs on network video, you’ll see that clips are not very long. Clips could be product examples or videos that support the talk show points or last week’s school sports footage. They could be closeup shots of whatever the talent is talking about or maps or diagrams. The onscreen talent and the virtual set operator implement the timing — which clips are played and when, and which background moves and when. At the end of the show, you’re done and it’s ready to go. To do this seamlessly, you need to practice. 

This is where the art of live storytelling becomes real. In the first few seconds, your production must move the audience from watching a video to being part of your story. To make your story believable, your talent must appear comfortable in the space and comfortable in their story. 

You’ve practiced and each member knows their part. Time to shoot!