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The broadcast industry lost a great engineer and a real friend today with the death of John Battison.

Broadcast Engineering readers may recall his early presence in the magazine as the editor. In fact, it was in the December, 1961 of Broadcast...
  8/28/2012 6:30 AM
A cloud's real carbon footprint
Because of the required high number of transfer rates along with large file sizes, the electrical efficiency of cloud production for video/audio applications may be exaggerated.
The session, “Hyper-Reality: High-Res Digital Cameras Transform Filmmaking,” will feature a panel of pioneering filmmakers, such as Steven Poster, ASC.
The Framework for Interoperable Media Services is an open standard for Service Oriented Architecture for media that overcomes incompatibilities in IT-based broadcast production technology.
The latest version of CLIPSTER speeds up the Digital Cinema Packages (DCP) remastering process by up to eight-times.
Broad-server is designed to run the increasingly demanding software used in video production, post-production and playout.
The CC-3G color corrector is designed for use in digital cinema production, post and presentation as well as high-end television.
The company will highlight the Onboard S media recorder’s newly announce support for ARRIRAW and Canon Raw.
Custom Consoles’ Module-R products allow customers and system integrators to create robust, efficient and attractive control-room desks from a selection of interlocking elements.
Multi Playout Manager is a networked workflow solution that enables multi-channel playout centers to monitor and control all channels’ schedules, programs and media files.
 
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With higher resolutions and larger HD screens, wide shots using very wide lenses can be a problem because they allow viewers to see that infinity doesn’t quite resolve into perfect sharpness.


 
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