At the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, it was clear that when discussing the design and deployment of next generation video production and distribution infrastructures, manufacturers of the technology and processes required are now using significantly different technical terms. Now, familiar words like “encoding”, “playout” and “software defined networks’ are being replaced by computer-geek terms “Blockchain”, “Kubernetes clusters”, “Docker containers”, “software stacks” and “cyber security.”
New software provides an automation control interface and a video pipeline delivering video and audio in a variety of output formats.
San Antonio-based broadcaster KSAT has deployed Mediaproxy’s LogServer compliance logging and monitoring platform to monitor compliance logging of five IP-based channels
At IBC 2018, Pebble Beach Systems will showcase its Orca virtualised playout solution in a full cloud-based business continuity application. One channel will run locally on the Pebble Beach stand, and the backup channel will run in the AWS public cloud.
In part-1 of this series, Challenges, we introduced the basic concepts of the technology behind live OTT delivery. In this article, we dig deeper to help broadcast engineers and technical managers understand the intricacies of HTTP and IP technology, so they will be able to design and support OTT systems more effectively.
Pebble Beach Systems will show shared storage for its Dolphin integrated channel device, with improved redundancy, preview channel flexibility, fast turnaround and XStream EFS shared storage options from EditShare.
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