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Cloud And AI To Scare The Industry At IBC Again  Everyone knows about penetration by IT technologies in the sphere of broadcast engineering.

Although the IT and engineering campuses are still poles apart, there is a professional tool which connects the two together. This tool is usually called a Broadcast Management System (BMS). The major task of the BMS is to bring order into broadcast operations and to save administration costs.Read More >>

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Workflows Need To Change To Unlock The Benefits of IP
The primary advantage of an IP-based system is the convergence of multiple signal formats onto a comprehensive, distributed IP switch fabric that seamlessly transports gigabit-speed data signals alongside multi-gigabit uncompressed video flows.
PlayBox Technology Announces Neo TS IP Stream Time Delay
PlayBox Technology has announced a major new addition to its modular Neo broadcast playout system. Scheduled for launch at IBC2017 in September, Neo TS Time Delay is a 1U IP-based delay server for single or multichannel time zone shift and disaster-recovery applications.
Video Over IP: Bright New Future Or Pandora's Box?
Broadcast television is all about timing, says Kevin Salvidge. Terrestrial and satellite programmes still have to be played out on schedule even though internet-based second-screen and catch-up services are free from the dictates of the clock. Most critical of all is the timing of the actual video signals and any transitions.
The Importance Of Waveform Monitoring In HDR Production
Regardless of whether they are working with HD or 4K, one of the dawning realities to many embarking on their first HDR production is the need for appropriate HDR waveform monitoring at every stage in the production process to correctly preserve both the SDR content and the HDR content.
BHS Expands Infrastructure With PlayBox Technology
BHS Telecom has expanded its broadcast playout infrastructure to a total of 100 PlayBox Technology AirBox Neo systems. Located across the service providers facilities in Europe as well as the Mediterranean region, each AirBox Neo server is equipped with TitleBox Neo interactive graphics.
No Need To Box Yourself In
Channel-in-a-Box has, in effect, been a fairly nebulous concept since shortly after the term was coined, by whom, I do not know, says Jan Weigner, CTO, Cinegy. Originally, it was pretty evident that it involved, well, a box, but broadly speaking that's no longer the case. At least it needn't be. I think many would agree that the fewer the boxes, the better.
PlayBox Technology To Demonstrate Broadcasting In The Cloud
At NAB 2017, PlayBox Technology will demonstrate the capabilities of CloudAir rapid-implementation broadcasting in the cloud. Van Duke, US Director of Operations, PlayBox Technology, explained: "The demand for fast-startup channel playout is growing rapidly as broadcasters explore increasingly creative use of 'red button' opt-overs to supplement their main programmed channels.
Veset To Feature At NAB Show 2017
Veset will feature its cloud playout solution – Veset Nimbus – at NAB Show 2017, Booth N5931. Nimbus utilises Amazon Web Service's S3 and EC2 as its primary cloud storage and computing resource, offering content owners unlimited possibilities to create and manage linear channels without the need for investment in client-side hardware.
The Evolution Of Channel In A Box Technology
The transition to IP is three years out: George Jarrett looks at the future for play out as software defined networks point us towards an OPEX world, more pop up channels, and a broadcast version of IMF for localisation.
Building Real-Time Workflows For 3D Graphics
In preparing an article about best practices for 3D broadcast graphics, we've come to realize that the term "3D" is a bit of a redundancy – since today's most visually compelling and highest-quality graphics are, by their very nature, rendered in the three-dimensional space, writes Jesper Gawell, chief marketing officer, ChyronHego.
Revolutionising Virtual Set Production
Brainstorm Multimedia has spoken exclusively to Broadcast Film & Video this issue, to discuss how they are transforming Virtual Set production within the broadcast industry. You are known to say that your company, Brainstorm Multimedia, is revolutionising Virtual Set production in the Broadcast sector.
M6 Graphically Illustrates Orad's Versatility
Combining various solutions allows the broadcaster to cut costs and achieve important flexibility. Major French broadcaster, M6, a subsidiary of the RTL group, has introduced an upgrade to its graphics output using the latest Orad workflow solutions, not part of the Avid Studio Suite. Based in Paris, M6 operates several television channels as well as other media-related operations.
The Archive Revolution
SGL, a leading provider of content archive and storage management software for multiple business sectors including post production, news, sports and government has clients on every continent, serviced globally by offices in the US, UK, Germany, Singapore and Australia. SGL's FlashNet content storage management system delivers unrivalled levels of resilience, flexibility and adaptability.
'The Cloud' Gets Less Fluffy, Part 2
Continued from Part One here. Serious data transfer Much of the processing that is done on files will involve taking the high bit rate source file, doing a transcode to multiple lower bit rate delivery formats, with QC before and after transcode.