Understanding how to make different vendors software operate coherently is critical to achieving the smooth operation of real-time broadcast facilities, especially with the new emergence of IP infrastructures. Discover who is achieving this and how.
In an era of rising programming costs, media companies are looking for ways to reduce production budgets, through both live remote control operations leveraging the Cloud and the public Internet as well as the use of less expensive consumer-level technology.
With the shift in consumer viewing habits, advertisers are becoming increasingly reluctant to buy commercial spots based on large potential views and instead are moving towards an audience-based buying model and targeted demographics.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud software products were seen with AI-powered features and new streamlined capabilities at the NAB Show 2019
The Ross Video exhibit at the NAB Show 2019 was packed with visitors because they had so many product lines introducing so many new products.
Bitmovin said it has officially been qualified as a video transcoding partner by Akamai Technologies, a CDN and edge-processing platform, to enable secure digital content delivery to all consumer platforms. Akamai has worked closely with Bitmovin since Bitmovin ended its Media Services on Demand (MSOD) transcoding service two years ago.
Imagine you had only one place to look for your completed projects, assets and files – a Single Source of Truth, as it were. Where there is a catalogue that lists all files, displays thumbnails and plays proxy clips. Where each asset has metadata and descriptions, helping you find the correct file. Everyone in the company has access to this catalogue using their browser. Everyone can browse and preview media. Everyone can use searches and even combined searches over the entire metadata, be it imported or entered manually. Plus, all your files are safely stored on the best media for long-term preservation. Wouldn’t that be the dream?
Moving to IP opens a whole plethora of options for broadcasters. Engineers often speak of the advantages of scalability and flexibility in IP systems. But IP systems take on many flavors, from on-prem to off-prem, private and public cloud. And then there is virtualization.
EVS’s “Ingest-to-Post” message is leading the way into IP production with new network technology, a new all-software server, and virtualized control systems.