The UK-based facility FrameTrunk has added high-density AJA Corvid 88 video and audio I/O cards to help manage multiple, high resolution input and output streams.
Cobalt Digital’s new 9992‑ENC series of HEVC/H.265/MPEG-5 encoders for openGear frames are now available. Designed for a variety of broadcast applications, the dual-slot card offers customised I/O options and extensive audio support for cost-effective contribution, distribution, ENG, IPTV, and OTT solutions.
ATTO Technology has announced that its Thunderbolt 3 to 12Gb SAS Adapter has achieved VMware Ready status.
The announcement by Blackmagic of their new RAW camera file format reminds us that there is choice to record RAW versus regular video with digital cinematography cameras. What is RAW, what are the pros and cons, and why should cinematographers capture RAW files rather than conventional video? At a first pass, a RAW image file consists of the data from the image sensor with some basic processing, but cannot be viewed as a regular red, green and blue (RGB) video file.
At IBC 2018, AJA Video Systems debuted KONA 5, a new 8-lane PCIe 3.0 video and audio I/O card supporting 12G-SDI I/O and HDMI 2.0 monitoring/output for workstations or Thunderbolt 3-connected chassis.
Rascular, a software design company will showcase the latest in control systems for SDI and IP video workflows and facilities for IBC 2018.
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DekTec For over 16 years, DekTec provides digital-TV professionals with PC add-on cards, USB devices, netwo