The more digital TV technology advances, the more the fundamental elements of TV remain the same.
FOR-A was founded in Tokyo in October 1971, to develop video processing devices. The name FOR-A is a deliberate echo of the Japanese expression Han’ei, which can be roughly translated as “prosperity with partners/customers”.
swXtch.io joined forces with Evertz at the recent IBC 2022 show to demonstrate how broadcast and video producers can finally harness the power of cloud networks for their most demanding workflows.
A cornerstone of the Evertz remote production and transport solution is the SCORPION Flexible Media Processing Platform, which allows for a high degree of flexibility in today’s broadcast environments. SCORPION offers an extensive range of media processing and conversion, complemented by a series of discrete signal support and optical transport.
In conjunction with its subsidiary Quintech, Evertz will show the large-scale XQRF-512 routing platform that is available in a range of flexible configurations.
FOR-A showcase its extensive range of hybrid SDI and IP products at IBC 2022.
While cloud-based, decentralized infrastructures are increasingly becoming an efficient way to produce and distribute live and pre-recorded television content, it all starts with a control room, physically located somewhere that must be staffed and sources managed with the utmost care. However it’s not only broadcasters, but also corporations, churches, and various industries that now distribute video feeds from live events still rely on production control rooms in their facilities.
Founded in 2001, Blackmagic Design is based in Melbourne, Australia, with offices in Fremont and Burbank, Calif. in the U.S., as well as Manchester, England, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Blackmagic Design An innovator in the design and manufacture of creative technology for feature film, post production,
FOR-A A worldwide, industry-leading manufacturer, offering a wide range of Broadcast and Production produc