The rise of the PTZ camera, discussed in a previous post, fits into the wider trends for remote operation, robotic cameras, and automated content production. We spoke with Mark Roberts Motion Control (Nikon-owned since 2016), one of the pioneers in robotic cameras to gain insight into the drivers for this, new applications and future developments.
Built on IHSE’s Draco ultra series extender platform and utilizing the company’s Lici technology, the new Draco 495 series extenders for HDMI 2.0 provides full 4K video distribution for UHD 2160p, 30-bit 4:4:4 signals.
Creative.space is described as “an entirely new concept in media storage” for featuring a high-speed, high-capacity platform with 24/7 monitoring, technical support and next-day repairs - all for fixed monthly rate.
A studio microphone stand that has earned a place alongside the most revered vintage microphones, consoles and outboard gear of the analog era has been reinvented for use today.
Building on its studio monitor legacy, Mackie has introduced the MC Series professional closed-back headphones which offer sonic clarity and accuracy.
Microsoft has adopted technology from IO Industries to raise Virtual Reality production to new heights of realism and flexibility.
Bitmovin helps developers better understand areas of improvement for their video content to deliver the best experiences to consumers worldwide.
Combining full 60fps 4K support with dual-channel density and the workflow convenience of signal loop-through connectivity, Magewell introduces the Pro Capture Dual HDMI 4K Plus LT, the newest member of its Pro Capture family of PCI Express video capture hardware.
Pliant Technologies will bring the latest upgrades for its CrewCom wireless intercom to the NAB New York show. Version 1.2 was also seen at IBC and includes new firmware providing a range of features to improve system configuration, RF range and audio quality.
Haivision recently announced that the company’s portfolio of professional-grade encoders can now be leveraged with Microsoft Stream to provide broadcast-quality live-event streaming.
Sennheiser and Neumann have bundled an evolution wireless 500 G4 microphone system with the microphone maker’s KK 205 true condenser capsule.
Symply, which is part of the Global Distribution group, has SymplyWORKSPACE, a Thunderbolt 3-based SAN technology using StorNext 6 on show at the NAB NY show.
Since SMPTE ST 2110 achieved full standardisation, more manufacturers have been releasing products that comply with the media transport standard. Among these is interface and intercom company Studio Technologies, which will show two new units for Audio-over-Ethernet (AoE) networking at the AES New York exhibition.
New features added to IPV’s asset management system are intended to make it easier to address the increased demand for video content.
Back in 1972 — when the arcade video game, Pong, came on the scene — electronic gaming was born. Now millennials are drawn to eSports and NAB NY 2018 will show broadcasters ways to help capture that audience.
Wiggo Evensen, CEO of Barnfind Technologies, has announced the launch of Barnfind USA, the USA-based support, service and sales arm of the Norwegian organization.
Key microphone issues such as specifications, concealment for film and television productions and interference tubes will be discussed during three sessions at AES New York 2018 involving Danish manufacturer DPA. Speakers include academics and working sound engineers with in-depth knowledge of the subjects.
Riedel Communications will highlight multiple products and solutions at AES and NAB NY. First on the demonstration platform is the Bolero wireless intercom system. Also showcased will be new RSP1232-HL SmartPanels and the familiar MediorNet MicroN, a software-enabled solution designed to be everything from a throw-down signal processor, to a multiviewer, to part of a completely decentralized routing matrix, to an IP Gateway.