The new systems Avid presented at IBC 2019 demonstrated that streaming content to social media is becoming as important as broadcasting.
SGO has released an open beta version of its first media management, transcoding and delivery application, Mistika Workflows.
Synamedia, self-proclaimed world largest independent video software provider, is strengthening its video network portfolio by partnering with (VoD) workflow technology vendor Telestream.
Amid all the new cameras, dollies and converters from Ross Video, graphics systems and servers are still its central calling.
Woody Ingest – Live will allow users to ingest SDI, NDI and IP live feeds straight to their postproduction environment, through a web-based user interface.
Now that Vizrt is fully integrating NewTek technology into their product introductions, this formerly graphics powerhouse is charging into the live production field.
Brainstorm brought the latest of its Virtual Reality technology to IBC 2019, and showed it off with new partner relationships.
At the 2019 IBC convention this year it was clear that the consumer is king and, for broadcasters and content delivery platforms, reliably serving that on-demand ruler with hyper-adaptable operations that can reach many platforms simultaneously could secure the keys to the successful-business-model castle. In fact, this year’s conference theme—appropriately entitled “Consumers First: A New Era in Media”—represented a changing view among broadcasters: from “if you build a channel they will come” to “deliver those channels to wherever they are.”
The Ultra HD Forum has given a stimulus to UHD deployments with the release of its latest 2.1 guidelines that give proper weight to all the ingredients constituting next generation A/V (Audio/Video).
Kumulate is intended to enable customers to automate multi-vendor and multi-format file transformations, across unlimited storage tiers in a hybrid cloud environment.