Barnfind Technologies returned to the 2018 NAB Show with an expansive line-up which included more control options, advanced functionality, and improved configuration capabilities.
Despite all the fuss about 4K UHD television, producers of live sports and entertainment productions in the U.S. are finding that a 1080p at 59.94 fps HD signal delivered with high dynamic range (HDR) is more pleasing to the consumer’s eye. When compared to a 4K SDR picture, HD HDR images consume less bandwidth, are less expensive to produce and generally include darker blacks, brighter highlights, and richer, more vivid color. What’s not to like?
Clear-Com presented the BroaMan-brand of video, audio, intercom and data transport and routing solutions to the broadcast market at its NAB booth.
Skyline Communications has added an AI to its DataMiner network management platform. “What sounded like mere imagination before is now quickly evolving towards a very tangible reality,” says Bert Vandenberghe, CTO.
Audio over IP (AoIP) technology is being applied to a wide range of broadcast products at an increasing rate. Routing has been a key target for implementation and during the 2018 NAB Show, Danish manufacturer NTP Technology introduced Dante/AES67 AoIP versions of its Penta 720 and 721 interfaces.
Magewell has added High Dynamic Range (HDR) support to select HDMI models in its flagship Pro Capture family of PCI Express capture cards. The company demonstrated new HDR capabilities at the recent 2018 NAB Show.
Lawo Well known for its broadcast TV and radio mixing consoles, Lawo has in recent years expanded int
Cobalt Digital Cobalt believes that a scalable and flexible approach in terminal equipment and systems offers t