While the emerging concepts of remote processing and storage and “At-Home” production might be new to some, the team at Pac-12 Networks, the sports media production arm of the collegiate Pac-12 Conference, has been doing it—and refining their IT-centric workflows—for years. When you are tasked with supplying content across multiple platforms generated from 100 venues across 12 campuses, it’s just not humanly possible to deploy and manage all of the resources required.
Getting collaborative feedback has never been easier now that Frame.io can send files directly from Apple’s Final Cut Pro X user interface out for comment.
As the clock ticks forward, broadcast and production professionals eagerly await news from the 2019 consumer Electronics Show (CES). Why should content producers and TV stations care what the CES industry announces in January, 2019?
Cobalt Digital has developed a new solution for converting HD and 4K standard dynamic range content to high dynamic range (HDR) for enhancing live sports and other broadcast productions.
With the proliferation of Ethernet networks and computers in the video world, many media companies are replacing traditional dedicated video links like satellite and microwave with Ethernet-based infrastructures. This is being done for internal contribution applications as well as for delivering content directly to the consumer.
Media Links, a supplier of media over IP transport technology, has released a Japanese translation version of its ProMD Enhanced Management System that will make the software accessible to a wide variety of Asian region customers.