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Lightspeed Live Capture 2.0 Focuses on Efficient Digitizing of Tape Archives for Improved Access and Longevity

At InfoComm 2017 Telestream today announced version 2.0 of Lightspeed Live Capture, its multichannel video capture and processing system. For content creators and owners with large tape archives, Lightspeed Live Capture 2.0 simplifies the process of converting existing tape libraries to file-based formats for better long-term storage and further monetization. With decades of content sitting …

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Matrox Announces Maevex 6150: Quad-4K Capable Encoding Appliance

Following the customer, partner, and media enthusiasm seen after releasing the Matrox® Maevex™ 6100 series of multi-stream 4K products, Matrox Graphics is today unveiling an all-new multi-4K capable stand-alone encoding appliance. The Maevex 6150 quad 4K encoder appliance affords the full feature set of the Maevex 6100 quad encoder PCI Express® card, delivering industry-leading quad …

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Comprimato Expands Executive Team, Strengthens Board and Opens New San Francisco Office

Comprimato, a leading provider of high-resolution video compression technology, announced today that it has expanded its executive team with the appointment of Mike Keeler as VP of Business Development to support the opening of its new San Francisco office and reinforce its regional presence in the USA. The company has also added the industry technology …

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Traditional production methods can’t meet increased demand for video content

Television and video professionals don’t have time to learn how to use the advanced technology that the industry has traditionally relied on, according to a recent survey by Forbidden Technologies, makers of cloud video platform, Forscene. One hundred and thirty-four international participants working across a variety of roles in the production of video content and …

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DVB Steering Board’s approval of the Commercial Requirements for ABR Multicast

After consideration of the Commercial Requirements for ABR (Adaptive Bit Rate) Multicast presented to the 84th meeting of the DVB Steering Board (SB) last week, the decision was made to commit the Technical Module to produce a specification.  The scope of the work will pave the way to providing a harmonized solution to the problem …

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Skipaclass Showcases IBC Hackfest Innovation

2016 saw IBC hold its second hackfest, a live competition that sees groups of ‘hackers’ come together and brainstorm new ideas and technological solutions to help accelerate the future of the media industry. This year, the teams were urged to think about the future of the city and, amongst an extremely strong field of competitors, …

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In Five Years the Problem won’t be Bandwidth but Knowing what to do with it

While IP dominated discussion at IBC, there is an equally transformative technology developing in parallel with profound implications for media communication. “Mobile is the biggest revolution broadcasters have faced. It is happening now, and we still do not see a huge, pressing desire to take advantage of this revolution among the broadcast industry,” declared Ben …

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Forbidden Technologies to Migrate its Cloud Video Platform to Amazon Web Services

Forbidden Technologies plc, the AIM-quoted cloud video platform owner, has announced that it is expanding its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver a roadmap of solutions dedicated to globalizing media. Content creators, producers, distributors, broadcasters and publishers are leveraging the global footprint and on-demand, pay-as-you go benefits of the AWS Cloud to create, …

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NeuLion Announces Partnership With Nokia

NeuLion, Inc today announced a new partnership with Nokia to deliver a professional solution utilizing the NeuLion® Digital Platform and Nokia’s OZO virtual reality camera and OZO Player SDK. Nokia OZO is a spherical camera that has eight sensors and eight microphones for seamless capture and post-production of immersive 3D 360 virtual reality content. Working with one …

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Seagate has announced 60TB SAS SSD

Seagate Technology plc announced today at the Flash Memory Summit conference two new flash innovations that extend the limits of storage computing performance in enterprise data centers to unprecedented levels. The new products include a 60 terabyte (TB) Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) solid-state-drive (SSD) — the largest SSD ever demonstrated — and the 8TB Nytro® XP7200 …

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IBC Future Zone: Enhanced UHD, Virtual Reality and Interactive Media Unveiled

While UHD channels are launching worldwide this year supported by production kit available on the IBC exhibition floor, the next stages in an enhanced audio-visual experience are under investigation. Sound is arguably the missing component of 4K/UHD upgrades. Most broadcasters, it is feared, will be content to compromise with 5.1 surround, an HD standard. “It’s …

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NHK begins 4K, 8K high-definition test broadcasting

Public broadcaster NHK on Monday started 4K and 8K ultra high-definition test broadcasting on its BS satellite channels, aiming to verify the technology and popularize it ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics. The resolution of 4K broadcasting is roughly four times as detailed as that of the currently available format, while 8K broadcasting, …

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