Making Your Production Studio Safer

The world is full of production studios these days, from professional setups to beginner YouTubers. And whether you hold recording sessions, edit videos, or freelance as a video game developer, you need to make your production studio safer to avoid complete disaster.

The world is full of production studios these days, from professional setups to beginner YouTubers. And whether you hold recording sessions, edit videos, or freelance as a video game developer, you need to make your production studio safer to avoid complete disaster.

Manage Those Cables

When there is a lot of electrical equipment, it is important to keep track of the cables. For example, it usually takes more than one connection to record and convert video signals for use in UHD productions. These can be put on tape and run through guides. But a Multidyne live cinematic Multicam controller, which only needs one cable, would be a better and neater way to do it. It pays to keep track of cables, but upgrades can give you better results all around.

Required Access Control

The security of your production studio could be an issue. For example, corporate espionage happens all the time in the video game business. Security management is a must if your company works as a third-party consultant for big companies like Sony. Access control is a simple but effective way to control who can physically go into certain areas. For example, only programmers and higher-ups should be allowed into secured coding and asset rooms.

Make a Production Studio Safer with Emergency Exits

Every year, about 250 people die in fires at work in the United States. When there are no clear emergency exits, some of the worst things can happen. Which is too bad because it doesn’t take much work. People should be able to easily find their way out of your building and know what to do in an emergency. Also, training helps everyone get used to knowing what to do when the fire alarm goes off. And you should check your exits and fire alarms once a week.

Manage Power Throughput

A studio needs a lot of power to run things like lights, computers, and cameras. If you make your own setups, you need to know how to handle power. This means making sure that power outlets aren’t too full and that the right converters are used to set up the equipment. Often, you won’t get enough power to run, and your equipment will break down. But if there is too much voltage for one setup to handle, you could overload the sockets and start an electrical fire.

Tighten Up Cybersecurity

You could forget about cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is about how safe your computer systems are and how they keep people from getting in from the outside. In short, how to stop hackers from getting in. Hackers today can steal information about people and companies, get into company funds, and share private information. And hackers often go after companies that write computer code to be sold on the dark web for a lot of money to the right person.

Summary

You can avoid most of the worst problems in business by paying attention to safety. And it pays in volumes to make your production studio safer. Whether it’s at home or in the office, try managing cables, providing emergency procedures, and tightening up cybersecurity.

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