HDR

Emerging standards are making the best of existing pixels. Understand the principles of HDR, learn how to build workflows to simplify production, and deliver the highest quality HDR pictures possible.

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Three Tips To Accelerate Your IP (ST 2110) Deployments April 13th 2021 - 09:00 AM

The year 2020 was a big milestone for the broadcast industry. All major events were cancelled, but media operations still needed to produce shows and events even during the crisis. More than ever, broadcasters turned to the remote production and IP production; in fact, according to Omdia, 37% of media enterprises are now set to embrace remote production on IP.

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The tweaking tool has been replaced by privileges, passwords and settings.

ATSC 3.0: Right Place, Right TimeApril 9th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Many people and cultures celebrate special New Year dates. Organizations designate fiscal years. Broadcasters traditionally mark their new technology year mid-April, at annual NAB Shows. Old habits die hard.

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Lossless compression algorithms allow the original data to be perfectly reconstructed from the compressed data.

Lossless Compression: Rewriting Data More EfficientlyApril 8th 2021 - 09:00 AM

There are many types of codecs, all used for specific purposes to reduce file sizes and make them easier to distribute down a limited bandwidth pipe. Lossy compression and Lossless compression are the two most common categories of data compression used to reduce the size of data without significant loss of information.

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Apple’s M1 ARM For Broadcast Infrastructure Applications: Part 2April 7th 2021 - 09:00 AM

In part 2 of this investigation, we look at why Apple’s new M1 processor benefits broadcasters.

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Is Gamma Still Needed?: Part 10 - SummaryApril 5th 2021 - 09:00 AM

In this final part of the series, an attempt will be made to summarize all that has gone before and to see what it means.

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HDR: Part 22 - Creative Technology - Non StandardApril 1st 2021 - 09:00 AM

Read too much film and TV industry technical literature, and it’s easy to get the impression that everything about the technology is built to carefully considered specifications. As Philo Farnsworth’s wife was probably aware, though, as he tinkered with the electronics while she sat in as a test subject, it’s often the other way around.

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Creative Analysis: Part 20 - Cinematographer Pete Romano On Underwater FilmingMarch 30th 2021 - 09:00 AM

There aren’t many positions in the film industry which have the prerequisite of spending an hour sunken in the waters off San Diego in a classic diving suit with a blacked-out helmet. To be fair, it wasn’t so much the film industry that made Pete Romano do that; it was the U. S. Navy, who were interested in finding out if prospective dive school candidates could handle confinement.

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Apple’s M1 ARM For Broadcast Infrastructure Applications: Part 1March 22nd 2021 - 09:00 AM

Apple’s M1-based MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini have been the focus of computer news for the last half-year because of their surprisingly high-performance.

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