Native IP not only means less cables, multi-signal capabilities and faster connections but it’s also able to become the basis for a new kind of live production network featuring virtualised media processing functions. In this presentation, Joop Janssen (CEO, Aperi) explains how by employing an app-based live production network, users benefit from only needing to install the functions that are required on specific productions. By using a community of developers, each with the ability to create apps on demand, software-based functionality can be introduced to the platform’s app store and easily installed into the network as and when its functionality is needed by the content producer. This kind of functionality is only possible through native-IP virtualisation. [maxbutton id="136" url="https://theiabm.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/JoopJanssen.pdf"]
One of the many highlights of the IABM Annual International Business Conference in December 2018 was the Dragons’ Den session. Three start-ups – Codices Interactive with Quiz Kit, Metaliquid with AI-powered metadata extraction, and Sceenic with Watch Together - had ten minutes each to pitch their new idea to a panel of three Dragons and a very engaged audience.
We spoke to Terri Morgan, co-founder of Luma Touch, about what is driving this dynamic young company’s success and where it’s going next.
Terri Morgan (Co-Founder and Lead Designer, LumaTouch) talks about the advancements in the gear, accessories and apps that have helped fuel tremendous new growth in mobile cinematic filmmaking