Whether you are facing a move to ATSC 3.0 or need to change out RF systems, the recent NAB show provided plenty of options for RF engineers. For those more ‘grounded’, production efficiency was top-of-mind with attendees. Our editors review both technologies and the companies providing solutions in these articles.
Lawo continues to add new capabilities to its software-defined V__matrix suite of audio and video modules and at the 2017 NAB Show it unveiled two new high-quality multiviewer components that are designed to monitor both IP and SDI sources.
Most of this industry’s professionals did not attend the 2017 NAB Show. And those who did could not have visited all 1800 exhibitors. Here is a review of some of the technology you may have missed.
ChyronHego’s VPX Virtual Production Server is aimed at broadcast news operations. It puts the firm’s Camio Universe workflow tools into the IP world by supporting NewTek NDI.
At the 2017 NAB Show, EVS presented new connected and creative live technologies for better storytelling and new viewing experiences. EVS’ 2017 NAB booth allowed attendees to see how new IP-based connected infrastructures could enable creative teams to deliver better storytelling.
The firm has a new broadcast quality all in one live production switcher with integrated hardware control panel.
German system integrator Slomo.tv debuts multichannel 3G/HD/SD video recording server Dominator AT/3G.
The latest 6.2 version of CLIPSTER from Rohde & Schwarz offers even higher performance with UHD HDR mastering and 32-bit floating point processing. R&S CLIPSTER 6.2 is versatile in post production and supports the most diverse workflows.
When Cinedeck proved you could insert edit into a rendered master file, it was a miracle. Now the miracle continues.