Affected by the new coronavirus epidemic, more and more people around the world are forced to work remotely at home, and the iPhone also plays a very important role. NBC Today host, Al Roque (Al Roker), recently created his own telecommuting environment, which consists mainly of two iPhone and one iPad..
On Friday's personal twitter, Roark revealed his remote office environment, saying that NBC's "the today show" program is based on these three channelsAppleThe equipment was shot outside the house, and was live broadcast during the program.
Roque says it's mainly twoIPhoneLive. One iPhone 11Pro as the main shooting equipment, while the other is return". The main camera iPhone uses applications such as LiveU to send the video stream of the iPhone camera directly to the NBC server, while the other iPhone is to select the video stream and make short videos, and let Roque work with other team members.
In addition to the iPhones taken by two users, rock also usesIPadAs a teleprompter, LED light panel, and with Sennheiser microphone, IRIG hardware to provide audio. Liveu is a real-time video transmission and streaming platform, which NBC started to use early.