Exhibitor Viewpoints
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Sep 02, 2014 / 11:34PM
Vendor View, Ephraim Barrett, Rascular
I am interested to see how manufacturers are addressing the multiscreen market in a way that allows programme rights owners and broadcasters to best leverage their assets commercially whilst protecting them on a rights basis.
Sep 02, 2014 / 11:22PM
Vendor View, Steve Owen, Quantel and Snell
For many of our customers the interest is in using cloud techniques to build broadcast systems in a new way; using virtualization to increase resource utilization, to address changing needs in future and to drive down management and deployment costs.
Aug 31, 2014 / 08:36PM
Vendor View, Charles Montesin, Miller Camera Support Equipment
Miller will debut its Cineline 70 Fluid Head, ideal for use on feature films, documentaries and high-end television commercial productions that require heavy payload, frequent re-rigging and a diverse range of lenses and cameras.
Aug 31, 2014 / 08:15PM
Vendor View, Paul Isaacs, Sound Devices
Sound Devices will be showcasing a full range of network-connected rackmount multi-drive video and audio decks under its Video Devices brand. Also, the 633, a 10-track, six input portable audio mixer/recorder will be making its first appearance at IBC.
Aug 29, 2014 / 11:54AM
Vendor View, Craige Mott, Bluefish444
Along with those 4K/UHD workflows for both cinema and broadcast television comes the addition of high frame rates, and coping with the large amounts of data which must be both stored and processed.
Aug 29, 2014 / 11:39AM
Vendor View, Chris Crump, Comrex Corporation
IP is at the center of what Comrex does and like many of our fellow vendors, we are working to leverage the widely deployed IP infrastructure throughout the world to help broadcasters create better content.
Aug 29, 2014 / 09:27AM
Vendor View, Mike Cronk, Grass Valley
Grass Valley will focus on 4K workflows and introduce a proof-of-concept that will change the way broadcasters think about IP and hybrid (SDI/IP) workflows
Aug 22, 2014 / 10:27AM
Vendor View, Adam Schadle, Video Clarity
The next challenges for 4K will be finding ways to insert a wider colour range and higher frame rates into the format and products, which will be critical for enabling a deployable 4K broadcast chain.
Aug 12, 2014 / 10:49PM
Vendor View, Bryce Button, AJA Video Systems
4K has become the acquisition format of choice for most of our customers; they see it as a way of future-proofing their content.
Aug 12, 2014 / 10:34PM
Vendor View: Chris Crump, Comrex Corporation
We are working to leverage the widely deployed IP infrastructure throughout the world to help broadcasters create better content.
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