NexGuard and ATEME, launched a joint solution for the forensic watermarking of pre-release High Dynamic Range (HDR) video content at IBC.
The Agama SERIES 5 evolves into a wider support solution for broadcasters and video operators. It has several innovative key characteristics that enable operators to work in a data-driven way across departments and workflows.
Thomson Video Networks and Expway have integrated an end-to-end chain for live HEVC transmission over an LTE eMBMS network for faster and more bandwidth-efficient deployments.
Adobe has given all the applications in its Creative Cloud suite of software a spectrum of new features from Touch editing even in HDR, to new codec capabilities. The new Remix feature of Audition CC can custom tailor an audio track to fit video content durations, and Adobe Primetime will be smoothing the transition to OTT.
It is a sign of how far broadcast engineering has come when the IBC 2015 Innovation Awards are dominated by IP technologies. Two thirds of the shortlisted projects commend achievements in remote production or networking using virtualised systems.
Today’s smartphone owners carry more powerful video technology in their pockets than the best state-of-the-art TV broadcast or production facilities could provide two decades ago at any price. The second decade of this century is when off-the-shelf computing matures to the point that it can facilitate and manage nearly all technology-based tasks in broadcast TV stations and TV networks in real-time.
Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Dave Stubenvoll of Wowza Media Systems.
Belden Brand Grass Valley recently debuted the world’s first true, real-time IP processing platform, GV Node, and it builds on lessons learned from the data center industry.
Envivio, best known for its advocacy of software transcoding, demonstrated a range of offerings spanning different delivery platforms at IBC 2015. These included a new cloud DVR package combining various techniques such as software-defined storage, along with recent compression standards for packaging and transcoding on the fly.