There are two approaches to digital filtering. One is to implement the impulse response directly. The other is to use recursion. Here we look at the direct implementation.
NDI (Network Device Interface) is a free protocol for Video over IP, developed by NewTek. The key word is “free.”
In the last article in this series we looked at how KVM improves control, reliability, security and integration for multiple devices and cloud systems. In this article, we look at how latency is addressed so that users have the best quality of experience possible.
The variable directivity microphone is very popular for studio work. What goes on inside is very clever and not widely appreciated.
Having a collection of PCs and MACs stacked under a desk to facilitate the multitude of operational requirements not only proves difficult to operate but challenges our modern ideas around security and makes maintenance almost impossible.
Digital filters are ubiquitous. That has happened because they have significant advantages over the technology they widely replaced.
Although it may seem that remote production was born out of necessity to address a growing demand for distributed workflows amidst global lockdowns, it was already gaining momentum prior to the pandemic, which accelerated the trend. But why is remote production so attractive, and what is the broadcast industry doing to advance this initiative? What will it look like in the next ten years?
Most microphones need a diaphragm in order to follow some aspect of the air motion that carries the sound.