Virtual set technology arrived ahead of its time. When the first systems for broadcasters came on the scene about 15 years ago, they got a very bad rap. So bad, the name was virtually erased from the broadcast vocabulary for over a decade.
Bannister Lake adds new functionality to their Super Ticker Broadcast Content Management System—an integrated election data module. The new module adds powerful election data gathering and management with eye catching on-screen graphics.
Let’s start with two interesting and, maybe, surprising facts: “TV advertising remains the most effective form of advertising and creates the most profit for businesses…. Television commercials have yielded an average profit return of £1.79 for every £1 invested during 2011-14.”
Tiffen’s latest upgrade to its Dfx Digital Filter Suite includes compatibility with digital intermediate programs Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve and Assimilate Scratch. Version 4 of the software adds plug-in support for Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve and Assimilate Scratch, as well as the Nuke visual effects program from The Foundry.
A live holographic video image of a performing musician has been projected into a series of staged concerts produced by students at Nashville’s Contemporary Music Center. It is thought to be the first interactive use of a live performing artist’s hologram in a series of public performances.
Swiss French-language public broadcaster Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS), has added a Baselight ONE system with Slate control panel to handle its in-house productions. Headquartered in Geneva, RTS produces a wide variety of news, sport, entertainment and documentary television programming. RTS installed a Baselight TWO system with Blackboard 2 panel f
There’s now a myriad of ways to monitor multiple video signals on a single screen, both for the large broadcast facility and the single camera operator. All have their benefits. Image courtesy Ross Video.