A team of operators will remotely control multiple cameras while changing angles, focus, and zoom. The idea is that the producers do not have to worry about after-editing and content distribution. LiveControl takes care of all of it. All you need to do is place the cameras in the right spots and start creating!
LiveControl will send you a 4k camera that has to be connected through an ethernet cable that has at least 10mbps of speed. Streaming though is only possible in 1080p, which is good enough for now.
This all will cost you from $149 per service, this includes multi-camera operation, 24/7 equipment monitoring, unlimited distribution and simulcasting, dedicated website, LiveControl Encoder. If there are more than one events per week the price will be decided by LiveControl.
Users are able to set up a scheduling service by picking one of these: simulated live (pre-recorded video), operated and non-operated service. If it is a live stream, you can select YouTube and FaceBook to work with LiveControl automatically. Restram can be used to connect to more streaming platforms allowing you to do many at the same time while LiveControl takes care of the rest.
What worries me is that the default package only includes 2.5 hours of recording time. So if you will need more, there will be some extra costs on top of that. Long live streams might cost quite a bit. This is not really something that I would use for a small channel, but once you grow the cost of production could make a big difference, and having someone that knows how to do it well is a great benefit.
I could not find an example of the actual video production made by LiveControl, but here is their promo video: