With the migration from SDI to IP infrastructures in full swing across the industry, broadcast engineers tasked with setting up these internal networks are looking for new ways to perform signal processing in the easiest and most cost-effective way.
Since 2005, Austrian community television channel, Okto TV, has helped a wide, varied range of groups to create exciting and engaging programming to bring their ideas, interests and insights to new audiences across the country. When the time came to upgrade its standard definition infrastructure, the Okto team had to design a studio facility that was adaptable to the creative needs of its customers, with growing requests for live streaming, live graphics manipulation and external media playback.
Ross Video will be bringing the company’s love of broadcast technology to the 2018 IBC Show. This year’s show will feature many a range of products and services designed to save content creators time and money, as well as simplify workflows.
Looking to implement robust security measures into video production workflows, Pesa, a provider of AV distribution products and multi-channel streaming appliances, has filed the required paperwork for a patent that describes a system and method of controlling access to audio and video feeds within a closed network and the maintenance of security.
Ross Video is spotlighting a flexible Software Defined Production (SDP) philosophy across its entire product line that enables content creators to use whatever transport method is most appropriate for the specific project at hand. That could mean deploying IP, 3G and 12G SDI infrastructures, or perhaps a hybrid of both to accommodate HD, UHD and multichannel delivery applications
The combination of the completion of the video distribution over IP standard and an increase in the cost of rights to broadcast live sporting events has led to engineers designing new ways to produce a telecast with a minimum of resources. And it’s happening around the world, in HD mostly, but 4K is possible given IP’s format-agnostic nature.