The more digital TV technology advances, the more the fundamental elements of TV remain the same.
For over two decades Telestream has streamlined the ingest, production, and distribution of digital video and audio. Today, compared to its SDI/AES-based predecessors, IP video adds exciting new challenges to these workflows.
IP connectivity delivers flexibility and scalability but making the theory work often requires integrated solutions that are adaptable, open, and promote interconnectivity.
Combination of the Encoding.com platform with the Telestream Media Framework brings unique advantages to enterprises seeking to harness the benefits of cloud media processing.
Part of Telestream iQ solutions, ARGUS enables automated surveillance of each video transition point with data aggregation from monitoring probes across the video delivery chain. It provides high-level dashboard views of service performance as well as deep dive analytics data, enabling service providers to quickly identify video quality issues and their root causes.
Will any new digital solutions on display at IBC 2022 not have an IP address?
Streaming dominates media supply chains far more than it did even at the time of the last IBC with a physical presence in 2019.
Long-range RF transmission began when radio was born. Will broadcasters need high power transmitters and tall antennas to compete in future TV content delivery?
TAG Video Systems Our Zer0 Friction philosophy allows Broadcasters and Content Distributors the greatest scalability,
Telestream Many of the world’s most demanding media and entertainment companies and businesses environments,
Interra Systems We are a global provider of enterprise-class solutions that streamline the classification, quality c