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Venue specific issues in video conference and video streaming

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These are the issues encountered in attempts to mount vcon or live stream from ff venues:

Aberlardo Hall

  • view layout
  • seating capacity: 506
  • Excellent in-house audio system
  • narrow aisle in case cameras are needed to be placed there
  • no internet connection
  • low lumens projector
 (update: Sep 12, 2017)

Bahay ng Alumni

  • view layout
  • in-house audio system - technical issues
  • venue does not have sound proofing - too much echo
  • low lighting
  • no internet connection


Claro M Recto Hall

  • view layout
  • erratic audio feed from the hall's mixer
  • untested 202.x network
  • ad-hoc wiring required both for network and audio feed


CMC TV Media Studio

  • Excellent internet connection. Candidate for Live Video Streaming
  • Excellent Audio and Video quality
  • Excellent lighting
(updated: April 28, 2016)


CS Auditorium

  • erratic network connectivity
  • needs ad-hoc wiring each time you stream to the cloud


CS Institute of Biology Auditorium

  • view layout
  • Seating capacity: 302
  • Expanded seating capacity (additional monoblock chairs): 402
  • Audio:
in-house mixer do not have line out for direct recording; no available wired microphones; wireless microphones are prone to feedback. improved audio but with static noise
  • Network connectivity:
wifi only; No LAN port available inside the control booth; LAN cable connected to the nearest LAN port is intermitent
  • Low lighting
  • not enough space for production equipment set up
 (updated: Feb 8, 2017)

Executive House

  • static noise from mixer
  • windows have no curtains, backlight is problem during daytime shoot but can be solved.
  • camera positioning depends on the position of the furnitures.


GT Toyota Hall

  • Seating capacity: 528
  • Network: available; erractic wifi connection
  • No managed switch installed. Live streaming unavailable. (update: January 20, 2017)
  • poor in-house audio system
  • static sound coming from stage speakers
  • good lighting

Lagmay Hall Room 309

  • No sound system
  • No network available
  • Has sound proofing
  • Recommended for video recording only


Malcolm Hall

  • Good network connection. Candidate for Live video streaming
  • erratic audio feed from the hall's mixer
  • static audio noise
 (last visit Feb 20 2017)


Melchor Hall

  • poor audio system
  • grounded speakers (back)
  • poor lighting


NEC Audio Visual Room

  • poor lighting
  • audio quality better
  • Network: available; erratic to poor connection


NIGS Auditorium

  • no network connectivity


NIP Auditorium

  • wireless microphone frequency receives radio station
  • low light
  • microphone sound breaks
  • internet connection - erratic connection


NISMED

  • view layout
  • seating capacity: 300
  • static noise from the audio mixer
  • Excellent network connection. Candidate for Live video streaming

NSRI Conference Room

  • poor audio system
  • poor audio cables for microphones


Pav 4 (Rm 4105)

  • tested 202.x network
  • no audio mixer
  • poor room acoustics


School of Economics Auditorium

  • view layout
  • good in-house audio system
  • Low lighting
  • Excellent network connection. Candidate for Live video streaming
 (last visit July 21, 2016)

UP Theater

  • network connection requires extended UTP cable and repeater hub. Candidate for Live video streaming


Oblation Plaza

  • Nearest network connection is at the South wing; needs at least 30meters of LAN cable

(last visit Feb 10, 2017)






Notes

  • A schedule of 3-5 hours of field testing (prior to the date of the event itself) is mandatory.
  • For online audience feedback, please also check for connection via providers like Globe or Smart.



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