Supporting the local community and connecting globally.
mindIT TV is a project of mindIT systems to take advantage of the new media movement, keeping in mind the axiom "Think Local, Act Global". What we are trying to do is to present stories of interest to our local community, that at the same time might resonate with a wider audience. In that way we hope to allow different voices to be heard, and faces seen....perhaps it will be yours.......
mindIT systems has provided streaming services for the WNBL, BigV, MMBL, MUVJBL (Victorian Championship, League and Regional) Finals, CBL and the AUDB Superleague since 2012.
Showcasing Australian sport globally, live and on demand online. Ensuring Australia remains at the forefront in developing sports technology.
mindIT systems can provide live streaming or recording services for your Seminar, Conference or Meeting. Recent events include Book Launches, Charity Functions and Award Dinners.
mindIT systems is please to announce that we are now resellers for some great add-ons for vMix and other video production systems.
* Central Control. Add hardware controllers to your system
* Automation for vMix. Turn your system into an automated TV station
* Virtual Video Director. Automated switching ideal for Radio Stations expand into livestreaming.
Check out the details for each product in our store!
Now you can purchase software and/or support for vMix Live Production Software. vMix is a Software Video Mixer and Switcher that utilises the latest advances in computer hardware to provide live HD video mixing, a task previously only possible on expensive dedicated hardware mixers. vMix also functions as live streaming software that allows you to publish your live productions directly to the Internet!
In the last 12 months BirdDog has increased their hardware product line in the market from 2 products (Studio and Mini) to:
Talk to us about any of these products.
X-Keys product from PI Engineering is now available for purchase in the store. These rugged progammable devices can be used natively with vMix and other production switchers, and can also support NLE's and other productivity software.
Atomos—the maker of HDMI monitor/recorders like the popular Ninja V, has just released a 4K HDMI-to-USB capture card that lets you turn your professional camera into an ultra-high quality webcam for streaming or video conferencing. The best part? It costs just $135.00AUD.
Atomos has dubbed the Connect “a convenient, reliable, and affordable bridge between professional 4K video capture and high frame rate UVC streaming over USB.” The key word there is “affordable.”
Whether you want to use a popular streaming solution like vMix, set up a multi-cam “production” at home, or you connect to Zoom or Teams by turning your HDMI enabled camera into high-end webcam, the Atomos Connect is a plug-and-play solution that will get you there.
Take control of your show. Plug in controllers from a wide range of supported partners, and then map controls to supported video switchers, media servers and audio mixers. With Central Control, one operator can take control of every aspect of a production – even remotely, whether on your local network or across the internet.
Central Control allows you to use those old midi devices and control surfaces you spent dollars on in the past and give them new life!
Thanks for the opportunity to be there viewing, even though life gets in the way and I couldn't be there in person
Thanks for the shout out to Nelson!
We always watch the Games online now we can't make it to the stadium due to health issues. Keep it up please.
THANK YOU for taking time out of your busy schedule to help me yesterday. I really appreciate it.
A special thank you goes to FalconsTV and the team for the professional vision of the game.
A special thanks to mindITTV and FalconsTV for their video production used in this highlights package, they are by far the best getting around in Basketball.
Andrew is a legend, we spent hours working a solution and now we have a solution. Wow. Andrew is so dedicated and knowledgeable, and after a while our knowledge base clicked and off we went. Now ready for broadcast Tuesday.