FOR-A was recognised for Live Production Technology Beyond HD to Achieve Non-Interpolated Video for Instant Replay. FOR-A was the first manufacturer to release and have put into a practical application, an ultra-high-speed 4K resolution camera with up to 900 frames per second — the FT-ONE, for live sports production.
AVIWEST recently announced that Swiss TV broadcaster Canal 9 used AVIWEST’s DMNG PRO180 video uplink system and the DMNG APPs mobile application for coverage of the recent local elections held in Valais, Switzerland.
Panasonic and NewTek have announced NewTek AutoLink, a new software application which automatically detects the presence of IP cameras. Using the NewTek TriCaster and the IP Series Video Mix Engine, networked cameras become immediately available for use in video production without any additional configuration, saving valuable bandwidth and system resources.
German Broadcaster ZDF presented its first 4K in-house production, with additional scenes shot in VR/360° format. The VR version was also completely recorded in 4K, and the final film composed of 360° and 2D images.
A way too cute title—I agree. But LUTs are indeed everywhere. Before we look at the ways LUTs are used, let’s be sure we understand what a LUT does.
The Lumens VC-HDTX and VC-HDRX HDBaseT extension kits can send uncompressed video over a CAT 5e/6/7 cable at a distance up to 328 feet with control through the built-in IR and RS-232 connection.