Full Motion Productions (FMP) in New Orleans has invested in the Vista Systems Spyder x20 and control surface. By acquiring the image processor FMP expands its capabilities with a next-level professional tool designed to offer increased creativity and efficiency to new and existing customers with multi-image needs.
Founded in 2005 with a remote television truck, FMP has steadily grown to service the video production needs of the southern states with its mobile unit and fly packs. FMP specializes in broadcast, corporate and large-scale festival video production, including such events as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Essence Festival, as well as corporate clients such as Microsoft.
"This will be our first Spyder," says FMP co-founder Nate Page. "It's something that we needed to buy to fill our customers needs and to take our events to the next level."
Page calls Spyder "the hot box, the only thing on the market that does what it does. Its 16 inputs and 8 outputs are very flexible. There's nothing it can't do in routing, switching and control. It's the right box for all of our applications."
He sees deploying the Spyder on "numerous jobs that have multi-image components. We work with companies that own thousands of LED panels, for example, and they don't have a Spyder. So we'll be collaborating with them, using our new system."
FMP also plans to take advantage of Spyder training, which Vista Systems offers.
About Vista Systems
Vista Systems' switchers have become the industry standard for live multiple-destination video and data mixed signal switching with real-time windowing and composition. For more information on Vista Systems, visit their website at www.vistasystems.net.