One tightly integrated, two-vendor system can take once-complicated live TV newscast productions to air with a few clicks.
Adobe has announced a raft of updates to the Creative Cloud products at the MAX creative conference. Some are new features, some are performance improvements. At IBC 2017 the video products saw a number of enhancements, especially for professionals who work in teams. Premiere started out as a single user application, but over the last few years Adobe have worked to enhance the product for enterprise users. Team Projects added support for smaller groups of users and this year has seen numerous addition to make the video products suited to collaborative projects like motion pictures and episodic productions.
These days many schools and universities are opening new state-of-the-art media centers and boast about the “professional level” equipment they use to provide students the best education and practical experience possible. The new media center at Montclair State University, in New Jersey, however, takes that claim one step further: the equipment they use for teaching has been operated by NBC for a past Olympics Games coverage and their new 4K production studio set came from Comedy Central. No joke.
Viz Weather is a complete 3D real-time weather system featuring a broad range of advanced visualization including HD and 4K. Viz Weather integrates with any weather data provider and triggers graphics and animations automatically.
Sixty, an interactive TV company, has a partnership with Unified Streaming which will enable the former’s broadcaster and operator customers to have greater flexibility in reaching their audiences across multiple devices and platforms.
Broadcast Pix will demonstrate BPswitch, a solution for remote unmanned studios including graphics capability.