It’s been nearly two decades since the first version of ATSC 1.0 was adopted, setting the standard for digital television today.
“Video is everywhere. More content than ever is being produced due to the lower cost of entry in acquisition.”
It’s hard to believe that broadcast production and distribution chains were once dominated by hardware-based systems.
From SD to UHD, the High Efficiency Video Coding codec also known as H.265 is predicted to change the media viewing landscape in 2015.
Hardware is no longer key, as manufacturers opt for new software-based solutions and drop traditional product lines.
For nearly 20 years, broadcast engineers and IT professionals alike have used the symbol of the cloud to denote the Internet in technical and workflow diagrams.
Future US's leading brands bring the most important, up-to-date information right to your inbox
Thank you for signing up to TV Technology. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.