On September 10th Arena Television, one of the UK’s leading mobile production service providers, helped the BT Sport network produce a 4K broadcast (in UHD resolution) of a soccer match that was simulcast in UHD and HD over an all-IP network. The telecast, pitting Liverpool against Leicester City in
Thailand’s national broadcaster, Royal Thai Army Television, has taken delivery of a multi-functional outside broadcast (OB) production vehicle designed, built and commissioned by Hitachi Kokusai Turkey.
Log gamma recording is available from an increasing number of camcorders and even several DSLRs. When folks buy these cameras it’s a safe bet they are doing so with the intent of using, or at least trying, their new camera’s log option.
Blackmagic Design announced the availability of Blackmagic Camera 4.0 Public Beta. The public beta allows customers to install and test Blackmagic’s major new camera operating system and user interface for URSA Mini.
At the IBC2016 Show Red Digital Cinema is demonstrating its entire line of DSMC2TM cameras and will have technical staff on hand to provide personal demos. Products displayed include the Red Raven 4.5K, Scarlet -W 5K, Weapon 6K and Weapon 8K VV, as well as the limited edition white
Company says format flexibility is key to delivering better viewing experiences. Yet, live production is one of the most demanding (yet profitable) broadcast segments. The solution is a flexible workflow, producing multiple formats-in real time.
Several broadcasters are starting to produce sports in UHD. Notably Rogers Media in Canada and BT Sports in the UK have sports channels delivered OTT via fibre that have UHD content. It is early days yet for mainstream broadcast as issues around transmission standards as well as HDR are resolved
Grass Valley will use its IBC 2016 Show exhibit stand to highlight its latest solutions for live production, news, content delivery and IP networking; which make it easy for customers to create, control and connect content wherever, however and whenever it is consumed. The company will also demonstrate a complete, end-to-end
San Diego television station KUSI-TV has deployed five Z-HD6000 HDTV studio production cameras from Hitachi to enhance image quality and operational versatility for the broadcaster’s live news productions.