Pronology has announced support for NewTek’s NDI’s video over IP technology. Pronology will integrate NDI into its mRes encoder, to be recognizable as a source by other NDI-enabled applications and devices connected to a standard Ethernet LAN.
Skyline Communications claims its DataMiner to be the undisputed number one choice to automate end-to-end live and file contribution workflows.
Tedial will talk about IMF as it also debuts new AST, a revolutionary content and workflow management system.
While many professional organizations that distribute content internally are considering new types of Ethernet-based infrastructures to move their audio and video files around in the most flexible way, there’s also a sensible reluctance on the part of others to discard existing coaxial cabling due to cost and an overall familiarity with how it works. Most would agree that, due to new advances in compression and seamless switching technology, there’s a lot of life left in that coax.
Broadcast Pix has developed a new family of Internet Protocol (IP)-native integrated video production switchers that allows users to control a multi-camera video production with a traditional switcher control panel as easily as navigating a corporate presentation with a cell phone or tablet. The company will demonstrate these new networkable switchers this month at the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
Tata Communications will use Skyline Communications’ DataMiner platform as an end-to-end network, service, SLA, and operational support system for Tata’s global media services.