YouTube recently announced support for HDR content. The Cobalt 9992-ENC is capable of transmitting live HDR content to YouTube, both in HD and 4K resolutions. While HDR is available for both H.264 (AVC) and H.265 (HEVC), YouTube elected to support it only for HEVC.
In many ways, 2020 has forced us to rethink norms we’d previously known to be true. But when it comes to video delivery, the primary concerns and demands from 2019 remain the same, if not elevated by the pandemic: bandwidth is still limited and consumer demand is still growing. And with people continuing to consume increased levels of content at home, the bandwidth challenge remains. As we look ahead to 2021, content distributors and video service providers must ask themselves: How do we deliver high-quality video at scale efficiently, while maintaining a high-quality user experience? The answer is a bit like 2020 – it’s complicated.
Before the outbreak of Covid-19, transitioning to remote workflows was generally perceived as a desirable yet intimidating process for many broadcasters, and one that could be best addressed again later in the future. Those that did produce content remotely tended to focus on either lower tier sports where the audiences and expectations were smaller, or supplement traditional broadcasts of top tier or primetime events. However, the pandemic we’ve faced in 2020 has changed everything. The way live sports are produced has had to be completely rethought during the lockdown, and we’re seeing very different production models appear as we prepare to hopefully return to some semblance of normality in 2021.
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Many media companies have a lot of different media content (video along with photos) that very often ‘’lie on the shelves collecting dust’’. Mostly because it requires a lot of time, money, and staff to have control over thousands of assets. Using modern MAM and CDN technologies you can not only get control over your valuable assets, save money in handling them and use them in sales and marketing but also monetize your archive and earn money.
In the Covid-19 era, the regular standards meetings that we attend have certainly been disrupted, but like many other aspects of our industry, virtual technology has stepped in as a substitute. The system is working, though not being on the meeting’s timezone can require attendance at some difficult hours!
Many of the sub-groups have already been using virtual meetings for several years and this has proved an efficient way to develop documents.
The ESB Group of Alabama’s comprehensive infrastructure upgrade strengthens technical capacities for in-house AV and live broadcast, including streaming services for the social distancing era and beyond
Strawberry is an award-winning Production Asset Management Suite (PAM) that helps customers with their workflows for creative projects. Strawberry solves key storage and access control issues that plague every media production house. For a PAM to be effective, it must integrate tightly with key creative applications, accelerate production workflows, and manage the underlying production storage. Strawberry does this and more, so that you can utilize your creative talent more effectively. Its unique approach leads to time savings for staff and increases storage efficiency. If you have tired of constantly adding storage and see that a smarter workflow is the solution, have a closer look.