At most broadcast and video production facilities, the migration to an IP-based video infrastructure will take place incrementally over time. Tektronix has unveiled a new master sync generator that supports such a gradual migration strategy by offering support for both traditional SDI-based video and new IP-based video infrastructures in the same device.
“The incorporation of Vidchecker into the BLAM ecosystem ahead of this year’s IBC developed extremely quick … which is the way things should be in the modern era.” Blue Lucy CEO Julian Wright.
At IBC, Rohde & Schwarz DVS will introduce new features for its ingest and production server R&S VENICE. These will enable TV studios to optimize their workflows from ingest to studio playout and content distribution.
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.
For many facilities, where the quality control costs are directly attributable to client projects, Vidcheck OnDemand offers a number of flexible ways to pay for comprehensive automated QC. OnDemand options include ‘pay-as-you-go’ and fully scalable processing, cloud-based or local.
Bridge Technologies has launched the VB330V, a virtual counterpart to the VB330 hardware probe for core networks. Like the VB330, the VB330V is for high-traffic monitoring in core networks but the VB330V operates on any standard high-performance server blade.
Regulatory bodies that monitor quality standards require depth of detail from multi-channel playout systems to ensure that the correct video and audio content, including teletext, subtitles, and anything included in television and radio services, air as scheduled and meet established standards.
Modern transmitting systems and networks rely on sophisticated structures to ensure robust signal broadcasting and compliance with regulations such as frequency allocation, etc. Avateq’s new in-band analysis feature detects RF layer problems.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) displays have arrived in the consumer and professional markets. Anyone in the post-production community who needs to calibrate these systems and certify to vendors and clients that their display systems are compliant with this technology will need a whole new process.