When Sony’s new HDC0-4800 4K/HD Ultra High Frame Rate Camera System was first used during last May’s NBA Finals, the ABC/ESPN production and operations team were amazed at how clean the slow-motion replay images looked on screen. Working with Game Creek Video truck, the crew
Acquisition, Camcorders, System Cameras, Production & Post, Production Servers, Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Distribution & Delivery, Video Transport
In the late ‘80s as Avid developed its Media Composer another team in the UK began the development of Lightworks. Both teams realized film could be scanned and transferred, albeit with heavy compression, to a hard disk much as film negatives were copied to workprints that were edited on a
Production & Post, Video Editing, Grading & Film Scanning
New users of wireless microphones will quickly find they are far more convenient than wired systems. But users also learn there are far more things that can go wrong with wireless systems. Here are some basic rules to stay out of trouble.
Audio, Audio Production – Recording, Wireless Microphones
A microphone splitter is an item in the sound engineer’s kit that is appreciated only when it is needed. But when a microphone must be simultaneously fed to a second mixer, a professional-quality splitter is worth its weight in gold.
Audio, Audio Production – Recording, Microphones
In the previous Cloud Broadcasting article, we looked at the business case for public clouds. In this article, we delve further into Cloud Born systems and go deeper into cloud security.
Hardware Infrastructure, IP Infrastructure, Audio, Audio Networking, Distribution & Delivery, Headends & IPTV, Test, QC & Monitoring, Automated QC, Services, System Integration
Consumers in the UK, Italy and Germany can now access a variety of Asian content including film, TV entertainment and news channels through one online portal on OnPrime TV, an app-based streaming service just launched by Sky in partnership with Cisco.
Distribution & Delivery, OTT