Olivier Antoine (Head of Software Product Development, DELTACAST) “As a broadcast equipment designer and manufacturer, why should I rely on an external partner to implement my video interfacing?” This question arose at many solution providers before they became DELTACAST partners and started using our video interface solutions. These companies chose to entrust DELTACAST with the responsibility of implementing the video inputs and outputs of their products and appliances. Let’s have a look at why and how it works for them. With DELTACAST customers being professional –often large and renowned – broadcast equipment manufacturers, they generally have all the necessary knowledge and resources to design their video interfaces in-house, so the reason for relying on DELTACAST is rarely a question of lack of technical capability. So why have they chosen DELTACAST solutions instead? The reasons are several, but all come back to concentrating on what they are good at and relying on a collaborative, expert partner to deliver a key element of the solution quickly and efficiently. ‘Time-to-market’ is the first, most obvious reason, and common to all. Designing and prototyping, then integrating and producing, your own custom electronic devices takes a lot of time, while your need is generally linked...
Metadata serves many purposes and comes in many flavors. Additionally, SMPTE ST 2110 has its own metadata considerations. This presentation by Paul Briscoe (Consultant, Evertz) looks at the requirements that need to be met for business continuity and the new ones introduced by SMPTE ST 2110 and examines the solutions available in IP to accommodate them. Examples include closed captioning, time code, HDR metadata and SDP.
In this presentation, Bill McLaughlin (VP Product Development, EEG) covers how live closed captioning and subtitling data is created and synchronized using the SMPTE ST 2110-40 metadata standard. Example workflows that leverage broadcasters’ existing relationships with live transcription vendors will be demonstrated for native SMPTE ST 2110 production, as well as transitional workflows from SDI to IP.
TAG V.S., is an international specialist in advanced IP monitoring and high-quality UHD Multiviewers. Established in 2008 by technology pioneers, Tomer Schechter and Gal Waldman, TAG has earned a reputation as an industry visionary and has remained ahead of the competition by anticipating and addressing the changing needs and requirements of the IP Monitoring Multiviewer market.
MuxLab’s new 3G-SDI/ST2110 over IP Uncompressed Extender (model 500767) provides two methods of signal extension: one riding on an IP-infrastructure running 4K AV through a 10GB Ethernet switch; and another allowing a more traditional point-to-point extension using CAT5/6 or fiber cable. In both scenarios, uncompressed resolutions up to 4K/30 are supported.
The analysis is undertaken by our Lead Analyst, Lorenzo Zanni, and Research Analyst, Abirah Aziz. The report includes the latest news and research findings across a variety of topics, including:
- Business Environment
- Broadcast and Media Technology Industry
- Media Technology Demand Drivers
This edition of the BI Regional Report will include a focus on North America.
THIS REPORT IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO IABM MEMBERS
Joe Teixeira, Product Manager, discusses background of MuxLab, what sets products apart from competitors’, challenges within the broadcast market, and much more…
North America constitutes one of the largest markets for broadcast and media technology products and services
ClearView Venue Player At SMPTE 2016 Video Clarity will demonstrate the new ClearView Venue Player, a video server that automatically plays multiple uncompressed segments of content to multiple screens in precise timing and sequence. Video Clarity’s first product in the entertainment-playback market, the ClearView Venue Player is designed for amusement and theme parks, museums, live events, staged shows, and other environments that rely on repeated, synchronized video playback for entertainment and display. [bctt tweet="Video Clarity’s first product in the entertainment-playback market, the ClearView Venue Player is designed for amusement and theme parks, museums, live events, and staged shows - Video Clarity at SMPTE 2016"] The ClearView Venue Player supports up to eight programmable HD-SDI outputs, up to two programmable quad-SDI UHD streams, up to four HD outputs, or one UHD output – all from a single 1-RU package. The compact unit is available with up to 12 terabytes of storage, allowing hours of playout of uncompressed YCbCr 10-bit video and 16 channels of embedded audio. Advanced synchronization software lets users to program segments to play from multiple Venue Players according to specific timing and order of recall, and synchronized with devices and effects. Major Product Update: RTM 3.0 Real-Time Audio/Video...