“Technology Pyramid for Media Nodes” spells out minimum requirements for transitioning to SMPTE-2110.
Ascent SRT Gateway used to manage video and audio content delivered to multiple destinations.
Tony Mastantuono, product manager of Broadcast Pix, will be part of a video-over-IP panel discussion at ACM 2019 in Portland, Ore. The conference runs July 10-12, and Broadcast Pix will demo its BPswitch integrated production switcher in the ACM exhibit hall during the first two days of the conference.
JVC has expanded its CONNECTED CAM product line with the 500 Series of streaming handheld camcorders. Designed to optimize both image processing and IP performance, the three compact 4K cameras – the GY‑HC500 base model, GY‑HC550 with advanced streaming and graphics, and GY-HC500SPC sports production camera – will be demonstrated next week at the 2019 NAB Show.
A channel on cable television or direct-to-home satellite just won’t cut it anymore.
Video remains the key propellant for explosive global traffic growth, and UltraHD proliferation will further exacerbate the trend.
All day intensive learning event to take place Nov. 28 at 23rd annual GV Expo.
The new SFE-CAM Dockable Bridge is a Dual Link bonded LTE uplink that connects directly to JVC's 800 and 900 Series cameras. It supports live HD streaming from multiple JVC cameras to HD-SDI decoders or IP video server at the station, as well as Facebook Live or other CDNs.
Following the successful launch of the GY-HC900 2/3-inch broadcast camcorder at the 2018 NAB Show, JVC Professional Video has expanded its CONNECTED CAM product line to include the new 500 Series of streaming handheld camcorders. The three new cameras will be introduced at the 2018 NAB Show New York (Booth N333), which runs Oct. 17-18 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.
Grass Valley will showcase multiple parts of its concept of the “Broadcast Data Center” at the upcoming NAB Show.
The Alliance for IP Media Solutions announced the results of a recent survey conducted of its members revealing that many are moving quickly to bring SMPTE 2110-compliant products to market by the end of 2017.
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.
The Video Services Forum announced today the draft publication of Technical Recommendation TR-03 “Transport of Uncompressed Elementary Stream Media over IP,” produced by the VSF Studio Video over IP Activity Group.
Video over IP offers numerous advantages in no small part due to the fact that video can be processed on a computer, while on the production side there are not countless software-enabled solutions. Moving to video over IP makes all this possible.
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.