This reminder showcases the first two in a series of articles on broadcast and video technology prepared for IT engineers and written by consultant Tony Orme. In the series he reviews the basics of the Human Visual and Hearing Systems, then moves on to explain key aspects of film and
Ross Video expanded its newsroom production offering during the 2018 NAB Show by adding a new playout server to the Abekas Tria range. The Tria News is aimed specifically at fast-turnaround news broadcasting and features four individual PGM (Program) playout channels, which can be controlled from the newsroom automation system.
The Link Electronics ACE-2200 automatically converts speech to text and sends the text out with captioning data, either by RS 232 Serial or TCP/IP. The proven technology averages 95% accuracy in both English and Spanish, with a 3-5 second average delay.
Combining a 4K camera from Grass Valley with a Vislink 4K transmitter, NEP’s UK division is now offering its clients a wireless Super-Slow live camera. The new package was recently used for ITV’s coverage of the Cheltenham Festival, and will be on display at the 2018 NAB Show.
IYUNO Media Group has debuted MSX, described as a licensable, cloud-based software platform for subtitling, captioning, and dubbing. MSX will be available for per-seat-licensing with optional usages costs for vendors and clients, and for free to freelancers.
ZOO Digital has developed new technology to identify dialog changes in different proxies of TV and movie content to speed up the dubbing and subtitling process. The version control technology, also known as Delta, automatically tracks dialog changes between different versions – removing the need for manual tracking, duplicated work and unn
DEV Systemtechnik, a German provider of RF signal transmission solutions, has introduced the L-Band Distribution Matrix, a 162 matrix can supports up to 16 input and 20 output channels and fits in a compact 2RU chassis.
The showcase was designed to highlight the technical capabilities of the technologies involved, and to clearly show the greatly enhanced audio and video quality that ATSC 3.0 facilitates along with additional interactive applications.