RTM Productions, creators of PowerNation, the U.S.A.’s most-watched automotive how-to TV programming, is producing its 2017 season of popular tech shows with recently acquired Panasonic gear, including six VariCam LT 4K cinema camcorders, three DVX200 4K handhelds and ten BT-4LH310 4K production monitors.
What are the impacts of High Dynamic Range on the Quality Control process? Given the confusion in the industry surrounding the different formats, the impact is greater than you’d think and still being worked through. The Broadcast Bridge took the advice of leading QC tools developers.
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
The ITU (International Telecommunications Union) has raised hopes that the first preliminary standard covering VR (Virtual Reality) will be set before the end of 2016. This follows a recent meeting in Geneva comprising some of the main standards bodies in TV, including JPEG, MPEG, DVB and EBU (European Broadcasting Union) as
The needle on the compass pointing to the direction of television broadcasting technical progress is the latest Test & Measurement category of broadcast TV equipment to be introduced and exhibited at the 2016 NAB Show.
Italian remote broadcast production company NVP has hit the road with a new 4K UHD capable OB truck that includes a Kahuna 9600 video switcher, a Sirius 840 router and modular signal processing products all supplied by Snell Advanced Media (SAM). Already used on several high profile sporting events, the new OB
Semtech Corporation (SMTC) and Ross Video, have announced Semtech’s high-performance UHD-SDI solutions are integrated with Ross’s video switching expertise to deliver a next-generation UHD-SDI switcher platform, the Carbonite Black Plus 12G Switcher.
Broadcast is a whole new world. With OTA being challenged by OTT, streaming and new viewing platforms. Traditional broadcasters need to incorporate new state-of-the-art systems in their facilities if they want to survive.
Post-production facilities group Technicolor has installed a new FilmLight colour grading system at its premises in Hollywood. The Baselight X workstation is being used for both feature film and television drama projects in Ultra High Definition (UHD), with additional capability to service the growing demand for HDR.