Sinclair’s Ernie Ensign says while there are numerous long-term upshots to adopting cloud switching, the group is cautiously taking its time with multiple proofs-of-concept for at least another year. Meanwhile, at least one vendor is pursuing a dramatically different approach to cloud switching. Above, Vizrt hosted a day at a beach house to show local producers how easy live production in the cloud can be.
intoPIX, a provider of lightweight low-latency compression solutions, today announced the release of new HFR capabilities in its range of available JPEG XS capable encoders and decoders, called TicoXS. The new […]
The purchase will see the fiber-optic transport company get deeper into offering compression and streaming services for broadcasters, content producers and video service providers.
NDI may have been built as a means of bringing video workflow to the masses, but broadcasters have embraced it to be a viable alternative to the ST 2110 uncompressed IP standard and as a more cost-effective way to add routing capacity to SDI plants.
V-Nova, a provider of video compression solutions, has been recognized by The Advanced Imaging Society (AIS) Awards Committee for its Point Cloud Compression technology with a Lumiere Award. Already an established member […]
Broadcasters are wending through a C-band repack now operating on an accelerated timeline with completion slated for Dec. 2023. The process is humming along much more smoothly than the RF repack that preceded it. Above, Sinclair Broadcast Group HEVC uplink gear.
Lawo’s vm_avp app for the software-defined V__matrix C100 ecosystem has been enhanced again with major features, most of which are provided by license options. The new +ab_dsk license option adds […]
intoPIX, a provider of compression solutions, has released new extra small JPEG XS IP-cores for FPGA and ASIC. This new TICO-XS IP-cores release uses less memory and less logic resources. The cores […]
Broadcasters are calling on multiviewers to work in traditional, hybrid and IP environments, monitoring many different formats and high numbers of input and output signals. Vendors say they’re keeping up, while advancing in virtualization, compression and resolution. Above, TAG’s probing, monitoring and multiviewing platform for real-time video.
Synamedia, a global independent video software provider, announced a boost to R&D investment in its compression technologies alongside a trio of senior appointments. With the adoption of 4K-ready devices and […]
The pandemic created an opportunity to stress-test distributed and virtualized workflows right now that stations and networks were already considering for the future. The industry’s shift may now be ahead of schedule because of it. Above, NBC Universal’s Boston Media Center is one of the latest all-IP broadcast facilities.
V-Nova, a provider of video compression solutions, said today that following its recently announced investment from Novator Partners, it has appointed Bill Hendler as vice president of U.S sales, effective […]
intoPIX | Stand 10.D31| www.intopix.com intoPIX, a provider of innovative compression technologies for professional media applications, is showcasing the first hardware implementation of the new TICO-XS codec, completing the TICO […]
Evertz, a global provider of media and entertainment technology solutions, says that its advanced, software-defined, MediaFlow platform was virtualized, containerized and launched on Google cloud. Containers can be managed and […]
As the broadcast industry coalesces around the new SMPTE standards for managing media over IP networks, there is still one piece missing: a compression standard to conserve bandwidth.
As broadcasters’ infrastructures evolve to accommodate IP, UHD and HDR, it stands to reason that vendors will necessarily to need to support workflows that — to various extents, and for various possible durations — are in a state of flux. Evertz indicated that it was up for the challenge in a press conference on Sunday that touched on its latest developments in areas including SDN, playout, compression, remote production and more.
MPEG-2 compression has proven itself to be a workhorse for the television industry, enabling DTV multicasting channel count to grow with successive generations of encoders. In its closing act, the compression technique has enough performance left to help make the spectrum repack a success and position the industry for a successful transition to a next-generation TV standard. This is Part 4 of a four-part special report on multicasting. Parts 1, 2 and 3 appeared yesterday. You can read the other stories here.
Envivio, an all-software video processing, delivery and monetization solutions company, now a part of Ericsson, will equip Vietnam’s largest multiple system operator with the Envivio Muse live and on-demand video […]
As they contend with steep ratings declines, many top cable networks are using compression technology to jam more ads into programming to meet audience guarantees made to advertisers and prop up revenue despite falling ad prices.