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Audio normalization is the application of a constant amount of gain to a recording with the goal of bringing the amplitude to a target level. The signal-to-noise ratio and relative dynamics of the audio remain unchanged in the process because the same amount of gain is applied across the entire recording. Is it a good practice to normalize audio? The answer is: sometimes.
Sweden’s national public broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT) partnered with Net Insight, Grass Valley and EVS to undertake remote IP production for the broadcast of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Sweden earlier this year. Here’s how it was done.
In designing their new AK-UC4000 4K/HD studio camera, the engineers at Panasonic recognized that current 4K UHD studio cameras use smaller pixels to create a higher resolution image. This, they said, leads to less sensitivity and a “noisier” image because there’s less dynamic range.
At the InfoComm 2019 Show in Orlando, Riedel Communications will spotlight its Artist-1024, the newest addition to the company’s intercom ecosystem. This new node complements the Artist family with 1024 ports in just 2 RU and a focus on IP installations with its full SMPTE ST 2110-30/31 (AES67) compliance.
Immersive audio has the great potential to transform our human listening experience, captivate our imagination, and inspire our inventiveness.
The coaches of Thailand’s #1 soccer team, True Bangkok United Football Club, have recruited ChyronHego’s Coach Paint Telestration system to pitch their strategies on the pitch
Riedel Communications supplied an integrated communications infrastructure for the Special Olympics World Games 2019 (SOWG) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The company’s Artist digital matrix intercom system and Bolero wireless intercom were at the core of a massive comms deployment that spanned more than 30 venues and locations and included managed IT network services.
With consumer adoption of OTT services and viewing of live sporting events on mobile devices at an all-time high, content creators and distributors are working hard to fine-tune their infrastructures and workflows to meet demand. For many, this has meant leveraging the flexibility and scalability of cloud-based computing and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered services, which require less capital cost and facilitate experimentation with new channels and mobile-first services.