Sennheiser announced its “AMBEO for VR” Partnership Program, which was created to ensure problem-free production workflows for VR and AR productions using AMBEO equipment with third party devices.
At the 2017 IBC Show, Lawo will unveil its latest solutions for IP transport, software-defined processing, orchestration and seamless control of network resources, and automated workflows. The company will demonstrate a unified infrastructure for audio, video, data and control in practical applications.
With the industry transition to software-centric, IP-connected technology, 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 during the transition to IP. The latest versions, including compliance with the emerging SMPTE 2110 family of standards, will be unveiled at IBC 2017.
At the IBC 2017 Show RTW will showcase new firmware for its TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 series of visual audio meters and monitoring devices.
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.
Digital audio specialist Jünger Audio will bring its “Smart Audio” solutions to the IBC 2017 show, highlighting their effectiveness within the broadcast environment. Smart Audio means investing in complementing, reliable and future proofed equipment that can deliver audio content, in automated as well as non-automated workflows, while continuously maintaining the high quality that consumers rightly expect.
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.
The microphone is an ever-present staple of any trade show and one that is unlikely to fire visitors up with enthusiasm in the same way as digital. IP-connected mixing consoles or 4k/HDR cameras and displays. But the latest batch of new products at IBC illustrated that although the basic concept of the mic has not changed substantially over the years, it is keeping up with the needs of modern production, including smartphone-based reporting, camcorder shooting, digital connectivity and spatial sound for virtual reality.
AES67 audio networking was a hot topic at IBC. To help readers better understand the technology, The Broadcast Bridge has released a 3-part series written by Andreas Hildebrand, Senior Product Manager and Evangelist for RAVENNA technology. If your work touches audio, read this series. Part 2 in the package is highlighted below.
As audiences become more selective in their viewing habits, broadcasters and service providers must adapt. One way to meet the needs of this changing audience is through customized advertising. Fortunately, ad insertion technology is becoming more prevalent and smarter. Learn more about this solution in the article below.
Shure has released of a limited quantity of the Super 55-BLK Deluxe Vocal Microphone Pitch Black Edition.