At the 2018 NAB Show, MuxLab introduced a new triple display rack mount which combines three displays in a double rack space.
“We’re unlocking an entirely new dimension of live video acquisition by using WebRTC for mass acquisition of live and near-live material and using AI & ML to select the right content,” said Andreas Jacobi, CEO of Make.TV.
TVLogic covered both the LCD and OLED bases for HDR monitors at NAB 2018. Yet the crowds really gathered to see last year’s star attraction, the LUM-310R’s “true HDR” reproduction.
DVEO’s Mini D-Streame addresses the need to convert and decode NDI streams.
Rohde & Schwarz’s CLIPSTER has the power to process real time images up to 4K at 120 fps in HDR and output to either file or tape.
The ProHD Studio 4000 is a compact live production and streaming studio from JVC. Also available as the ProHD Studio 4000S for sports, the self-contained, four-channel system includes a control room solution for smaller, “budget-conscious” facilities.
Taking full advantage of SMPTE 2110, ChyronHego demonstrated parallel IP and HD-SDI workflows within an operational Virtual Set at their NAB 2018 exhibit.
Glookast has new integrations with Avid and claims to be the only company to support multi-channel baseband ingest of XAVC LongG 50 HFR.
The new DaVinci Resolve 15 from Blackmagic Design is a massive upgrade to one of post production’s most capable editing and effects platforms. And you won’t believe the price!