An Aug. 11 test in Syracuse, N.Y., of the Evertz 3480TXE MPEG-2 encoding and stat-mux platform demonstrates that it’s now possible for a pair of stations to share a channel without giving up existing services that viewers are accustomed to seeing. The test took place at the PBS Member Station Joint Master Control pictured above.
Evertz | Booth N1502 | Website: www.evertz.com Evertz is introducing the 7881IRD series — Evertz’s next-generation professional integrated receiver decoder (IRD) platform. 7881IRD series provides both ASI and IP outputs, making it the ideal solution for turnaround, transcoding, monitoring or other applications where the received signal remains in the compressed domain. With up to four […]
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Evertz and I-MOVIX today announced a collaboration on streamlined interoperability to provide integrated ultra-motion solutions combining I-MOVIX X10 camera systems and the Evertz DreamCatcher. The announcement follows successful collaborations between the two companies in sporting events all over the world. DreamCatcher provides enhanced story-telling capabilities that let production teams capture events from all angles, while […]
For the big game, CBS will take advantage of recent developments in 4K high-speed and high-resolution videography to not only slow down action in replays without noticeable motion blur or pixilation, but also to zoom in closely to see if a player’s foot is out of bounds or if the football breaks the plane of the end zone. Other networks are also working to push the envelope with high-speed, high-res cameras and Sony is working on next-generation sports production technology.
Bexel, a unit of the Vitec Group’s Services Division and a worldwide provider of broadcast services and solutions, increased its ability to offer large routing systems as part of the company’s turnkey broadcast capabilities with the $2 million purchase of digital broadcast equipment from Evertz Microsystems. Last year, Bexel spent an additional $2 million on […]
IT-based playout, or channel-in-a-box, is the hottest TV technology around these days. Propelled by broadcasters’ insatiable need to cut costs, Grass Valley, Miranda, Florical, Snell and Evertz are now offering the virtual master control technology and Harris and Harmonics may be next.