Snell Advanced Media (SAM) has announced that Timeline Television’s newest OB truck – the first uncompressed IP 4K HDR truck in Europe – will be featured on its stand at IBC 2017. The truck, UHD2, seamlessly handles fully uncompressed 4K/UHD, IP and HDR.
As cellular networks march towards 5G, and gigabit internet and Ethernet speeds have become pedestrian while new H.265 compression does more with less bandwidth, the rising tide benefits all broadcasters. Nowhere on Earth will this be more apparent this late summer than in the exhibits at the upcoming IBC 2017.
The Portland Timbers Major League Soccer team has installed a complete HD production system at its Providence Park stadium based solely on live production equipment from Grass Valley.
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.
TSL Products has updated a number of its control, audio monitoring and power management solutions to simplify SDI/IP workflows and streamline operations supporting customers making the transition to IP. The latest versions include full compliance with the recently approved SMPTE 2110 suite of standards.
DoPchoice is introducing a Snoot for spill-light reduction, Snapgrid for light direction and Snapbox for light softening for Arri’s SkyPanel lights.
At IBC, Chimera has introduced new lanterns that feature omnidirectional lighting from Arri’s Skypanels S30 and S60 Lights.
Dejero CellSat increases backhaul quality and confidence. It eliminates booking satellite time, and it recently debuted at IBC.