Multi-cam live production using PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) cameras allows for capturing and switching between multiple camera angles in real-time, commonly used in broadcasting, live events, conferences, and other productions. The setup typically involves the following components and steps: PTZ Cameras: PTZ cameras are remotely controlled cameras that can pan, tilt, and zoom to capture different perspectives. Multiple PTZ cameras are strategically positioned in the production area to cover various angles and focal lengths. Camera Control Units (CCUs): Each PTZ camera is connected to a Camera Control Unit or CCU, which serves as the central control hub for managing camera movements, zoom, and other settings. The CCU allows operators to remotely control and adjust the PTZ camera parameters. Video Switcher: A video switcher, also known as a vision mixer or production switcher, is used to switch between the different camera feeds. It allows the director or operator to select which camera...