Digital Production Partnership announces SMPTE TSP 2121:2018 IMF Application DPP (ProRes)
Guide promotes standard for global media file interchange
In an attempt to define a prototype SMPTE Specifications process, SMPTE and Digital Production Partnership recently collaborated on a pilot project
The use of videotape for file delivery is now officially part of the past in the U.K. As of Oct. 1, U.K. broadcasters would no longer accept delivery on videotape said Mark Harrison, Digital Production Partnership managing director.
The time where U.K. producers will have to go with completely tapeless transmission deliverables is coming up, so the Digital Production Partnership has released a special guide for them.
Two major production technology organizations are teaming up to brew a new flavor of the Interoperable Master Format otherwise referred to as “IMF,” in time for next year's NAB Show.
IP is good business, or at least it will be according to a recent report released by Ooyala and the Digital Production Partnership (DPP).
The Digital Production Partnership and the North American Broadcasters Association have published a joint document, “Broadcaster Cyber Security Requirements for Suppliers,” to assist manufacturers and suppliers in developing products aligning to modern cyber security standards, that are fit for integration into broadcaster facilities. The recommendations will be adopted by major U.K. broadcasters, the pair said.
ABC/Disney, Bell Media, CBC/Radio-Canada, Fox, HBO, NBCUniversal, PBS, Time Warner and Turner have all agreed on air-ready file delivery specs.
Mark Harrison said in 2010 it was clear there was problem. End-to-end digital workflows were not coming together.