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.
Dejero, which supplies IP networks for video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has announced “significant” new financing to accelerate its product development and its global expansion into the broadcast and media market. The company said the investment will be used largely to fund development and commercialization of Dejero’s blended connectivity solutions […]
Dejero has added two new products to support HEVC (H.265) encoding and decoding. Dejero PathWay and Dejero WayPoint enable the use of HEVC video compression in support of remote and mobile broadcasting, a feature that is particularly relevant to on-location teams working with limited bandwidth. “We’re leveraging the efficiencies of HEVC while applying novel techniques […]
HEVC Hybrid Broadcast Broadband Video Services, or H2B2VS, is a project of 22 firms in Europe that proponents say combines the best of broadcasting with the strengths of the Internet. In a presentation at IBC, the author, Thomson Video Networks’ Raoul Monnier (l) explained how the system could make delivery of 4K television practical in an age when spectrum is scarce and high resolution video consumption holds the potential to outstrip Internet bandwidth resources.
Vitec | Booth SL6305 | Website: www.vitec.com Vitec is displaying what it’s calling “the industry’s first entirely portable HEVC hardware encoder. The MGW Ace takes the benefits of HEVC encoding out of server rooms and into the field by integrating high-quality, low-delay hardware codec into a professional appliance.” Designed to bring efficient broadcast-quality 4:2:2 and […]
An Elemental Live video processing system received high bitrate 4Kp60 AVC video in an MPEG-2 transport stream featuring content from a live soccer match between the Portland Timbers and the Seattle Sounders last month. The system encoded and delivered a 4Kp60 HEVC output to a PC-based decoder with a final rendering showing up on an 84-inch Planar 4K TV.
Broadcasters attending this year’s event in New York City (Nov. 13-14) can easily fill their two-day schedule with sessions about how to deliver video to mobile devices, how to get ready for ATSC 3.0 and how to improve HD images in a 4K world.