Pronology is introducing Screener, described as a multi-channel, file-based production screening device that records universally playable MP4 files. It is for directors, producers and other industry professionals working in studio, mobile, sporting and a variety of other environments and replaces DVD recorders.
On display at the 2017 NAB show, EditShare has XStream EFS distributed storage and Flow production asset management for 4K, UHD, HDR, VR and remote productions.
TMD is introducing additional software to its media service applications built on the Mediaflex-UMS (Unified Media Services) architecture for software-defined workflow management.
Osprey Video’s line of hardware encoders — launched at the 2016 NAB show with the Talon G1 three-channel streaming contribution encoder — will focus on integrations at this year’s show.
Open Broadcast Systems is launching a high density Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) capable of handling 16 channels at once and said to be the highest density IRD on the market.
Cinegy will showcase the latest version of Cinegy Air PRO, its real-time playout server and multi-channel broadcast automation software, and Cinegy News, a new production package in Las Vegas.
At NAB 2017 Snell Advanced Media (SAM) demonstrated the first applications of its next-generation control, configuration and monitoring solution, Orbit. A single interface that will eventually house all of SAM’s control and monitoring applications, Orbit has been designed to enable users to manage and view all of their control, configuration and monitoring functions via one autonomous system.
Dalet says its Galaxy MAM and AmberFin transcoder is primed for automating IMF operations at scale.
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.
BluEvo has formed an alliance with Hybrik to enhance its proprietary cloud-based system, BluCloud, by incorporating Hybrik’s transcoding engine.