Embrionix will showcase a fully loaded, high density emMODULAR-48-8 system moving 4K UHD over a 25GE network. The new compact 1RU frame more than doubles the density of other available solutions and supports up to 80 x 4K UHD, or 96 x 3G miniaturized Embrionix gateways.
This solution allows users to capture, edit and transcode web, camera, and broadcast sources such as HLS, MPEG Dash, RTSP and RTMP streams in single or multiple self-contained file formats.
Black Box will debut a new version of its InvisaPC, which will allow broadcast control rooms to reap all the benefits of virtualizing workflows in the cloud.
Production and playout automation developer ENCO will demonstrate the latest updates to its MOM (Media Operations Manager) system at the 2018 NAB Show. These include greater integration with products from other manufacturers, plus features that enable users to move easily towards IP operations.
The latest TVU One model is claimed to eliminate modem swapping for broadcasters that frequently travel the world to cover news.
In an era of mergers and acquisitions, keeping an equipment supplier intact and functioning for a long period of time has become a badge of honor due to the difficulty of maintaining constancy in a rapidly changing technology (and shareholder) landscape. Clear-Com, a supplier of audio signal distribution and intercom technology to the broadcast and other professional industries, has been operating for 50 years and they wear it with pride.
Tedial has added to its IMF asset management software with a new IMF Markup Tool that addresses the versioning requirements typically needed for distribution.
VSN’s Media Asset Management software, VSNExplorer MAM, now incorporates the web-based editing tool Wedit with functionalities such as voiceover capability.
Editshare’s NAB exhibit includes security best practices in XStream EFS, Quales AQC and a nearline storage solution.
At NAB, Vinten will introduce the Ceiling Track System powered by Tecnopoint, a solution for creative productions where floor space is at a premium.
As the broadcast and production industries gear up for the NAB 2018 convention, it’s worthwhile to consider the leading-edge technologies and solutions that are already proving successful. These two articles look at both IP and audio solutions that help meet the entertainment demands of today’s audiences. The articles showcase how broadcast and recording professionals are increasing leveraging IP and even old-style audio solutions to excite audiences around the world.
Grass Valley is one of the foremost providers of sports and news post production equipment around the world. And with their acquisition of SAM, their solutions are just going to get better. Here’s a snapshot of where the company’s technology is just prior to NAB 2018.
Telestream, provider of file-based media workflow orchestration, media streaming and delivery technologies, is at NAB 2018 releasing the latest version of its Lightspeed Live Stream multiscreen live encoding and packaging system.
Avid Connect is the annual meeting of the Avid Customer Association just before the NAB Show. This year, Avid is offering a special discount off the registration fee just to readers of The Broadcast Bridge.
Cooke has announced new focal lengths for the S7/i full frame and Panchro/i Classic ranges. The S7/I is designed to cover the large format digital cinema cameras: ARRI Alexa LF, Sony Venice and Red Weapon 8K.
Sound Devices has long specialized in portable mixers and recorders for location sound recording, but through the magic of software the company is introducing the MixPre-10M, a portable multitrack audio recorder for musicians.
Atech Flash Technology (AFT) has announced the availability of their Blackjet CFast 2.0 media reader, the VX-1C.