Jim DeFilippis is CEO of TMS Consulting, Inc., in Los Angeles.
While the established modes of media distribution are well understood and engineered, governed by open standards (ATSC A/53, SCTE 23 (Docsis), DVB-T, DVB-S, MPEG) the internet is an amalgam of “open standards” (IETF) and quasi proprietary approaches (Apple HLS), as well as a variety of software protocols and applications (web browsers, media players, etc.).
Sports broadcasting is one of the more demanding activities in television.
As OTT viewership has increased, internet limitations have become bottlenecks. T
If you’ve spent more than a microsecond in TV, you know something about time code.
So we’ve all been there, watching a TV show and the actor’s lips are moving but the words are just not coming out at the right time.
My last post introduced High Dynamic Range (HDR) concepts and some background to the technology.
Who could argue from a creative perspective or from the viewer’s perspective, the ability to capture and delivery stunning video imagery with a dynamic range far in excess of the current HDTV system.
As 2015 was wrapping up, new developments in IP transport of live uncompressed (or mezzanine compressed) video have compelled me to continue on with this theme of video-over-IP.
Let’s look at what 12 Gb SDI can do today.
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