All Mobile Video Knocks It Out of the Park at Yankee Stadium
On July 9th, All Mobile Video (AMV), a company long known for its innovations, continued their record-setting tradition of industry firsts with the filming of Country music superstar Garth Brooks at Yankee Stadium – the largest multi-camera live switched event ever to be shot in 4K. The show was shot with twenty-seven cameras, and recorded to a massive, multi-destination storage area network (SAN). “The data management challenge to capture a show of this magnitude and simultaneously record it to four separate destinations was formidable, to say the least,” explained Eric Duke, President of All Mobile Video. “Fortunately, Zurich, AMV’s newest and largest HDR and 4K mobile production truck was designed to handle complex projects like this one.”
And the concert was complex. Garth Brooks’ stage filled the entire Yankee Stadium outfield! Zurich’s extensively equipped audio suite had the capacity to simultaneously record two 128-track Pro Tools sessions––eliminating the need for a separate audio truck. According to Tom D’Angelo, AMV’s Director of Production Services, “Bringing an end-to-end multi-camera acquisition, data management and deliverable solution to an event this size was yet another triumph for All Mobile Video. And we’re all really proud of the teamwork that went into it.”
The Garth Brooks concert is the latest in a series of live video technology firsts. AMV delivered the first 24 frame multi-camera shoot for the Tribeca Film Festival. AMV also provided facilities for the first HD production of the Indy 500.
And there are many firsts still to come! Contact Tom D’Angelo for more information. It might be time to make some history of your own.