After publishing its Archive eXchange Format (AXF) standard in 2014, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers has announced that has been officially adopted and executed by multiple vendors.
The content creation community is a key part of the broadcast chain, and a group that can help move the transition to ATSC 3.0 forward through production of content specifically designed to take advantage of the new services that ATSC 3.0 can provide.
Broadcast Engineering Extra recently spoke with NewTek CEO Dr. Andrew Cross to discuss the current state of video over IP, the standards involved and how NewTek NDI could impact the future of live video production.
Test is designed to provide real-time assessments of QoS using the new Internet Protocol-based standard currently being reviewed by the ATSC.
Group says its desire for an “open and interoperable” next generation video standard will “meet growing demand for top-quality video, audio, imagery and streaming across all devices of all kinds and for users worldwide.