Scheduled to launch on July 29th, the series will address topics ranging from practices and practicalities of monitoring in an IP/virtual world to selecting the most appropriate hardware for a software solution…and everything in-between
Tel Aviv – July 24, 2020 – Following on the heels of its successful webinar series that ran from spring to mid-summer 2020, TAG Video Systems, has released details, dates and topics for its next line-up launching on July 29th. The Sequel to Part 1 offers a deep dive into topics ranging from operating in a virtual environment to latency issues, all things ‘monitoring’, de-mystifying the alphabet soup of formats and selecting the right hardware for software solutions. TAG’s status as the world leader in 100% SW, 100% IP, 100% COTS/Cloud, Probing, Monitoring and Multiviewing solutions underscores the Company’s ability to produce webinars that tackle real-world challenges by leveraging the extraordinary technical talent and experience of its team mixed with an overall sensitivity to current, topical issues.
The first session, entitled “IP Streams: Monitoring and Alarming in a Virtual Environment” will take place on July 29th at 11AM Eastern US time. Hosts Gal Waldman, TAG’s Chief Product Officer; and Ilan Torbaty, VP Tech Ops, will address how to successfully achieve Probing and Multiviewing while operating virtually.
Topics will include:
- How to make your mosaic/Multiviewer available from anywhere (even your home office!)
- Which protocols you need (and which to avoid) when moving streams from location to location
- How to make your video resources accessible from anywhere, especially in today’s environment
Mark your calendars for TAG’s next webinar – Click to register
August 13th – TAG & Skyline Communications – NMS
- Automate your service lineup
- Ensure your probes and multiviewers are always in sync with your service
- Implement efficient probe and asset usage
- Improve service uptime
- Consolidate monitoring and orchestration on a single pane of glass
“Without skipping a beat, TAG is continuing our schedule of webinars that have become an industry staple in this era of virtual presentations,” said Kevin Joyce, TAG’s Zer0 Friction Officer. “Topics are defined by the questions we hear every day from our clients and partners; issues that deal with the real-life challenges in today’s environment, and we address them with practical and realistic solutions. The format is an engaging and easy-to-watch combination of technical and operational explanations supported by visuals and topped off with advice delivered by the most knowledgeable, talented people in the industry, whether they are part of the TAG team or one of our expert partners.”
The series will comprise two webinars per month and run from July 29th to the end of December 2020.
The schedule for future webinars follows. Click here for details and updates:
August 27th – Latency in Live Production Multiviewing
September 15th – Format Alphabet Soup: Pros and Cons of HLS, DASH, NDI, 2110 etc.
October 1st – How to Monitor Metadata
October 20th – Multiviewing for Interlaced Video Formats
November 5th – Selecting Monitors for your Multiviewing Application
November 17th – Avoiding Latency in IP Media Transport
December 10th – Monitoring and Alarming in IP Systems
About TAG Video Systems
TAG Video Systems is the world leader in 100% software based integrated IP Multiviewing, Probing and Monitoring solutions. Introducing its first IP solution in 2008, today TAG supports over 50,000 channels across the four primary broadcasting applications – Live Production, Playout/Master Control, Distribution and OTT. TAG’s Zer0 Friction philosophy allows Broadcasters and Content Distributors the greatest scalability, flexibility and asset utilization available in the market today. The 100% software platform supports both compressed and uncompressed formats, including MPEG TS, JPEG2000, SMPTE 2110, SMPTE 2022-6/7, MPEG-DASH and HLS. TAG’s solutions run on standard Commercial Off-The-Shelf hardware (COTS) and cloud, providing state-of-the-art IP monitoring and analysis tools combined with highest quality UHD Multiviewer available on standard and mobile device displays.
For more information: www.tagvs.com