The 10-port DCX1000, model is available with a small but equally powerful digital cross rail. The additional device provides a quick, safe and cost-effective switching of HD videos, audio and USB signals and transmits all video content without any compression or delay.
UK mobile production company, Arena Television adds to fleet with three UHD trucks based on an IP core. Proving that IP is here, the trucks feature some innovative engineering that provides a way forward from SDI. Retaining the familiar operation of current trucks, the new vehicles demonstrate the advantages of IP, especially when moving to UHD. This System Showcase look in detail at how Arena, Grass Valley, and systems integrator Videlio, designed and built these flexible, future-proof mobile production units.
Nashville’s 2016 Small Business of the Year winner deploys its two flagship video production trucks for a Red Carpet special, backstage interviews, and other A/V work for DirecTV, ABC Digital and the Country Music Association.
As the mission of television stations evolves, the underlying technology of routing video, audio, data, sync, time of day, tally and metadata through broadcast plants must also evolve. But does that mean you need an all IP infrastructure? Maybe not.
Pixel Power’s StreamMaster removes physical limitations of master control operations by virtualizing its operations from ingest to playout.
Arena TV, a UK-based broadcast production company, has upgraded its entire fleet of OB vans with Lawo’s VSM control system. The VSM system creates a familiar workflow for users, and is the only control system on the market that is able to work in a fully IP-based environment as well as with other third-party equipment.