Furthermore, the four interpretation signals (English, Spanish, French, and Arabic) were transmitted outside the room to two other areas: the listening room, where delegates from all countries could access video, audio, and interpretation signals wirelessly, and the press waiting room located on another floor. This wireless transmission was achieved through a PLS 350 Analog Way mixer, and the video signal was distributed to all monitors using an HD/SDI distributor.
To enhance the video experience and facilitate interpretation, we employed a Gimbal DJI camera positioned at the center of the imperial setup, remotely controlled by a technician. This camera allowed us to focus and zoom on any minister addressing the gathering. Its footage was utilized for video recording purposes, transmitted to other rooms, and provided interpreters with a direct line of sight to the speakers through 24″ monitors placed inside the interpreting booths, ensuring high-quality interpretation. Additionally, a fixed camera with a wide-angle shot was seamlessly switched to whenever the Gimbal DJI camera changed focus between speakers.
Within the same room, we incorporated a Roland VR50 HD multi-format AV mixer to blend PC and camera signals, a Black Magic signal converter, a WDP323 three-phase power splitter, and a digital mixer along with an audio expander, forming a comprehensive technical setup.