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Several 4G LTE modems in the trunk of a SUV were tested with cameras simultaneously streaming to different IPs with video different modems.

5G Vs 4G LTE For Field Production December 1st 2022 - 09:30 AM

An assessment of the pros and cons of moving to 5G cellular services for field production.

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Los Angeles Clippers using ATOMOS Connect.

Validation For ATOMOS’ Hardware And Cloud Strategy November 29th 2022 - 10:30 AM

ATOMOS has been showing the new CONNECT range of products, and the seamless integration with Adobe Camera to Cloud (C2C) powered by C2C was a hot topic for the event sessions and keynote speeches, reflecting the fact that many high-profile US broadcasters and creative teams are adopting collaborative cloud-based workflows.

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Is On-Board Recording Media A Dying Breed? November 28th 2022 - 09:30 AM

With the advent of camera-to-Cloud recording, will in-camera recording media be relegated to the dust bin of history alongside the Jaz Drive and the Sony Memory Stick? It could soon well be the case, but for it to happen, The Broadcast Bridge’s Tony Orme cites the need for a major change in mindset among industry professionals, a group understandably hesitant to abandon the tried-and true practices that have long paid the bills.

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Electricity: Part 8 - Electric OB Vans November 24th 2022 - 09:00 AM

We are told that in the future all cars will be electrically powered. It is therefore quite natural that a broadcaster should consider whether outside broadcast vehicles might follow suit.

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Ashley Xu - Crossing The Divide Between Creating For Social Media And Traditional Professional Media November 23rd 2022 - 09:00 AM

Ashley Xu blew up on social media when she started making ‘thirst traps’ (adverts) in her college dorm. Check them out, you may be surprised by just how good they are. It did not take long for major brands to see it and commission her. It’s a fascinating example of how talent and technology are converging to change the future.

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Automating HDR Look Management With Real-time Color Transforms November 21st 2022 - 09:00 AM

The global high dynamic range (HDR) market is expected to surpass $126 million by 2030, according to Allied Market Research. The projection shouldn’t come as a shock to media and entertainment (M&E) professionals who have been delivering HDR content for platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and others for years. Meanwhile, HDR-capable displays have become standard in most production and post environments and across consumer displays. With these developments, HDR has emerged as the preferred production standard, and with just cause; HDR enhances imagery in ways resolution alone can’t while making for a more dynamic audience experience.

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Compression: Part 2 - Moving On From Analog November 17th 2022 - 09:00 AM

Compression is almost taken for granted despite its incredible complexity. But it’s worth remembering how compression has developed so we can progress further.

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Audio Post For ‘Billions’ With Eric Hirsch & Gregg Swiatlowski At Goldcrest NY November 16th 2022 - 09:00 AM

The multi award winning team at Goldcrest share their creative insight and technique through an exploration of the subtle soundscape for Billions.

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