Advanced HDR monitoring and analysis with 12G-SDI connectivity
v1.10 is now available for any PRISM model with proper production license.
Stand A41-7, NATEXPO, Russia, 5-7 November 2019: Cinegy, the global leader for broadcast playout software on premise, hybrid and in the cloud, will demonstrate its award-winning Cinegy Air PRO, Cinegy Capture PRO , Cinegy Multiviewer, as well as Cinegy Desktop and Cinegy Newsroom on the Bavarian Pavilion at NATEXPO in November.
Cobalt Digital will showcase its new 9992-DEC Series of HEVC/AVC/MPEG-2 decoders at NAB Show New York Oct. 16-17, 2019, at the Javits Center.
Format issues and dropped coverage limited those able to watch football in higher resolution.
Starting next week, games will be produced in 1080p HDR and up-converted to 4K HDR.
BT Sport deployed Phabrix Qx rasterizer in more than 20 live trials.
PWS-4500 supports both 4K and HD formats.
Cobalt Digital will showcase its card-based 4K and HDR workflow solutions for openGear® frames at IBC2019 in Amsterdam (Stand 10.B44). Product highlights will include its new decoders and encoders, RIST Main Profile, bi-directional SDR/HDR conversion solution for live production, and new multiviewers and distribution amplifiers.
Arena TV employed AJA Video's FS-HDR, FS4 and Hi5-4K-Plus Mini-Converters for the FA Cup Final broadcast.
The added 4K coverage follows 4K coverage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
IBC 2019, 13-17 September, Hall 7 Stand A01: Cinegy, the global leader for broadcast playout software on premise, hybrid and in the cloud, will demonstrate the multiple advantages of the inclusion of Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) as well as the 8K capabilities of its entire product range at IBC 2019.
The Seoul-based broadcaster’s first foray into high dynamic range transmissions was in 2018 for the Russian World Cup. For broadcasting “Bear,” MBC required a solution capable of transmitting content from an HDR source to HDR and SDR destinations concurrently. To manage the workflow, MBC enlisted AJA’s FS-HDR real-time HDR converter and frame synchronizer to run UltraHD HDR to HD SDR conversion, enabling real-time broadcast to audiences in either format. Based upon the HDR and resolution capabilities of their televisions, viewers could watch either version of the program at the same moment in time.
TV sets can now adapt an HDR video signal to its display.
Between its 4K and HDR workflow solutions, as well as promotion of a new internet transport protocol, Cobalt Digital will demonstrate a number of technologies for broadcasters next week at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nev.
The company has added High Dynamic Range support to its PRISM, Aurora and Sentry.
Travelling across the USA, social media sensation Supercar Blondie uncovers the most extreme and unusual cars in the country and examines the lifestyles behind them