For educators, bloggers or gamers, ScreenFlow vers 7.0 makes editing on a Mac simple enough for anyone.
Harmonic’s IBC exhibit includes tech for migrating to cloud, IP workflows, HEVC and UHD-HDR.
TV Test & Measurement is in the spotlight at IBC 2017 for a variety of reasons. Leading the way is ATSC 3.0 with UHD, poised to debut as a broadcast transmission format worldwide, beginning in South Korea with the 2018 Winter Olympics. Not far behind are HDR, Wide Gamut Color and 1080P, all represent formats or enhancements yet to be broadcast on any regular over-the-air TV channel in the world.
Glyph Production Technologies announced it will show new Atom SSD and Atom RAID portable data transport and storage devices at IBC.
New ESA contract will accelerate the development of Livewire Digital’s RazorLink Smart Networking technology to give broadcasters 5G access across 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, DSL cellular networks and satellite by 2019.
At IBC, Norwia will introduce the MiniHUB FR-1RU-8-2, a dual layer frame that increases the density of the 1RU footprint. The new frame prioritizes SDI in one layer, with the remaining layer designed for IP or wavelength shifting, Ethernet or MADI distribution.
MultiDyne Fiber Optic Solutions has integrated Dante audio over IP networking from Audinate into its range of openGear solutions for modular, high-density fiber transport and signal conversion.
More than 40 vendors including Bridge Technologies will demonstrate real-world IP interoperability based on SMPTE ST 2110 final draft standards and AMWA NMOS specifications in the AIMS IP Showcase at IBC 2017.
Regional and multiple language distribution is throwing up challenges for broadcasters and service providers in terms of automated playout. Among these is ensuring the correct language track is synched to the right channel or programme. Among the manufacturers addressing this issue is Pebble Beach Systems, which will demonstrate multi-lingual capability for its Marina system during IBC 2017.
At this year’s IBC, Sennheiser and Neumann will present audio solutions for all levels of media production, ranging from computer-based audio made in home studios to high-end mixing on consoles in a professional studio.
Vimond will showcase new and upgraded tools and solutions at IBC.
Intercom developer Clear-Com has updated its range of IP interfaces, which will be presented at this year’s IBC in Amsterdam. The LQ Series is now able to connect to both telephony and conventional comms systems, while also providing greater channel handling for Clear-Com’s HelixNet digital party line system.
This year at IBC, you will be able to comfortably sit in an 8K living room and enjoy a video broadcast so clear that it will make you lose yourself in a truly immersive experience that practically seems 3-D. This 8K setup will be brought to you by NHK, the Japanese public broadcaster that is leading ultra-high definition (UHD) technology development. Its super-high-vision channel held the world’s first 8K TV satellite broadcast in 2016 at the Rio Olympics, and plans to provide full 8K coverage of the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 have already been announced.
TVU Networks will showcase its end-to-end IP-based ecosystem of new and current hardware and software products at the upcoming IBC.
Nagra, content security and user experience subsidiary of the Swiss Kudelski group, is focusing on transformation, service unification and meeting the challenge to pay TV operators from OTT service providers at IBC 2017.
At IBC, Shotoku will demonstrate its range of portable manual virtual and augmented reality tracked camera cranes that are scalable, stable and repeatable.
ATEME will demonstrate some new features on both the video contribution and distribution fronts at IBC 2017, with notable innovations being support for the AV1 codec and content adaptive streaming.