Cricket, like many other sports, has been seriously impacted by the social distancing restrictions imposed by the pandemic. The postponement and cancellation of matches at the height of lockdown, through to the more recent challenges of positive Covid tests, all caused a huge amount of disruption.
In a recent report “The Evolution of Production Workflows”*, MovieLabs asks “Would it be nice if software-defined workflows could be assembled as interconnecting children’s blocks, where integration is as simple as connecting the pieces in the desired configuration?” To make workflows in the Media & Entertainment (M&E) market more flexible, it proposes defining a minimum set of standards and practices for workflow interactions, thus promoting interoperability and minimising the work required to quickly create a custom workflow. In this way, “the creatives decide what must be done and which workflow components are interconnected to them”.
The amount of video content being distributed is only going in one direction – and that is up. Over half the global IP video traffic (56.8%) will be HD and around a quarter (22.3%) will be Ultra HD by 2022 according to Cisco.
What separates the terms ‘decision’ from ‘choice’? The general consensus is: judgement and deliberation.
The broadcast landscape is transforming. The influx of content, the growing audiences, and the rising consumer demands are driving content providers, service operators and media distributors to look for new, innovative ways to transform their infrastructure while optimizing and lowering costs in every single part of the video network.
Join IABM CTO Stan Moote for a discussion with experts from ATTO Technology and Dell Technologies about the important role NFSoRDMA plays in modern workflows.
Stan Moote asks John Dale from Media Links how JPEG XS fits in with the two new VSF Technical Recommendations TR-07:2021 Transport of JPEG XS Video in MPEG-2 TS over IP TR-08:2021 Transport of JPEG XS Video in ST 2110
In this IABM TV interview, we are joined by Penny Westlake, Senior Director, Europe, Interra Systems to hear how COVID 19 has accelerated all aspects of media technology solutions and how they are responding to these changes.
This week, we’re joined by Chris Shaw – COO at Cobalt Digital. Chris’ achievements in the broadcasting industry are second to none, with his most recent appointment at Cobalt helping to future-proof the company’s operations as the world recovers from COVID-19. In this episode, we discuss the latest developments in openGear technology, how Chris got his start in our industry and what he envisions for the future of broadcasting technology.