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Saving dollars is one of the reasons broadcasters are moving to IP. Network speeds have now reached a level where real-time video and audio distribution is a realistic option.
Taking this technology to another level, Rohde and Schwarz demonstrate in this eBook how to reduce costs even further and provide contribution and distribution over the internet.
The International Champions Cup is a pre-season football (soccer) event featuring some of Europe’s biggest clubs. To best utilize the on-field ads that reach football fans around the world, production company Catalyst Media teamed up with Vizrt to insert region specific virtual cam carpets–tied to field virtual advertisements–during the live broadcasts of each match.
Broadcast television has witnessed many advances in technology since the first electronic images were transmitted in the 1930’s, and none have been as influential or disruptive as IP. But are we now at the dawn of the perfect win-win outcome? Can manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and broadcasters all equally gain from IP migration?
Object Matrix demonstrated interoperability with AWS including a API integration between MatrixStore from Object Matrix and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Glacier. It also features interoperability with AWS Elemental MediaConvert for cloud-based video workflows and AWS Elemental Server and AWS Elemental Delta for on-premises and hybrid video workflows.
Updates include shape analysis and conform to the Vidispine transcoder and support for importing and synchronizing EIDR-metadata.