NovelSat has announced the availability of Transport Stream over IP (TSoIP) across all its satellite transmission products. TSoIP makes it possible to send and receive compressed high definition video transport streams over long distances across any IP network with satellite transmission.
Thomson Video Networks will showcase new software releases that boost compression efficiency for its ViBE family of SD/HD encoding solutions as well as a new software release of MediaFlexSUITE, the company’s unified system for simplifying the management of broadcast and multi-screen content delivery services.
Thomson Video Networks will showcase new software releases that boost compression efficiency for its ViBE range of SD/HD encoding solutions at IBC. It also has a fresh software release of MediaFlexSUITE, the company’s system intended to simplify management of broadcast and multi-screen content delivery services. The company is also showing 4K encoding.
The new Electra X advanced media processor and the Spectrum X media server system make their IBC debut on Harmonic’s booth. In addition Harmonic will feature the ProView 7100, a single-rack, multi-format integrated receiver-decoder.
The SPOTTER platform delivers relevant ads to viewers. It uses program content, viewer geo location, and other information available from set top boxes or mobile devices to target ads.
Enensys Technologies will demonstrate its new OneBeam technology which solves the problem of being unable to use the same satellite capacity to deliver services for both DTH (DVB-S/S2) and DTT (DVB-T or T2) at IBC 2015
The centerpiece of Telestream’s IBC exhibit is the Vantage media processing platform. Specifically, it will show an extension of Vantage’s media ingest capabilities with a new camera ingest option that offers “significant time savings for post-production and news users by enabling hands-free batch ingest, processing, time-alignment, and stitching of file-based camera media.” For Avid Interplay environments, multi-resolution clips can be created automatically in Interplay while allowing frame-chase editing.
Canada’s Matrox will feature its new Monarch HDX dual-channel H.264 encoder for streaming and recording among several innovations at IBC.
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.