Volicon has enhanced its Observer Media Intelligence Platform with a new storyboard capability, built into the platform’s Review application, that it says reduces the time and effort required to identify, review, clip, and annotate a specific segment of recorded content for immediate sharing.
It is clear that the risks associated with IP’s resilience compared to SDI are exaggerated and that the real concern with using IP infrastructure to deliver time-critical broadcast signals lies in the lack of a common approach and operability between vendors. The broadcast and post production industry has lived with this issue for decades but perhaps the time has come to thrust that paradigm aside to offer true cross-vendor software-based compatibility? Ed Calverley, VP Products at Suitcase TV certainly thinks so in his views on this vital topic heading into IBC 2015.
October 2015 marks a new milestone for Anyware Video. With more than 16 years of investing in leading-edge R&D and generating a growing interest for the company’s solutions in Africa and Asia, the Marseille-based company has been selected to be part of 11 businesses representing France at the launch of ‘France-Japan year of innovation’.
Actus media intelligence platform provides powerful tools for compliance monitoring and regulation requirements, for clips creation and content repurposing, rating and competitive analysis, automatic ads detection and ads verification, and technical monitoring for the audio and video quality.
IBC saw the launch of a range of products to aid operators deliver content to the home from the cloud. Included in the releases is the Intel Visual Compute Accelerator for Intel Xeon processor-based servers, the Intel Puma 7 SoC for cable home gateways, and the Intel AnyWAN GRX550 for xDSL and Fiber home gateways
Dolby Laboratories teamed with Envivio to showcase a live feed of Ultra HD video with High Dynamic Range (HDR) at IBC. The technology pairing used Muse video processing software and Dolby’s Dolby Vision and audio format Dolby AC-4.
Australia’s General Dynamics Mediaware showcased its Matrix integrated technology package at IBC.
Jünger Audio reached its 25th year in business this year but, unlike other broadcast equipment manufacturers hitting similar milestones, did not make a big fuss about it during IBC 2015. Instead it concentrated on two major technology announcements that tie in with major trends in the TV industry today: immersive audio and automation. These developments mark collaborations with research institute Fraunhofer IIS and graphics/studio systems developer Vizrt. They also show how Jünger Audio has moved with the technological times from its early days of designing analogue and then digital compressor-limiter units.