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The TICO Alliance has announced that their standardization work is moving rapidly forward and that new companies are joining the group. IBC2015 will see more TICO implementations.
Thomson Video Networks and Broadcom to Demonstrate Advanced Delivery of UHD TV for Satellite, Cable, and Terrestrial Application
Highlighting its new ViBE® 4K real-time compression solution for Ultra HD (UHD) broadcasting, Thomson Video Networks will demonstrate encoding of a live UHD TV signal to distribute high-dynamic-range (HDR) content at IBC2015. ViBE 4K enables media enterprises to leverage high-efficiency video coding (HEVC) to provide an optimal video experience to consumers through live compression of UHD sources at up to 60 frames per second and in 10-bit color. ViBE 4K with HDR support will be commercially available in early 2016.
O.K., I admit it… VR (virtual reality) is going to be big in a few years.
After experiencing The Martian at SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers) and hearing from friends at Sundance about the lines of folks waiting patiently to put on the gear for the dozen or so films. Then there was the drill-down VR session at HPA (Hollywood Post Alliance) Tech Retreat. It’s safe to say that the industry is taking VR film work seriously. VR isn’t really new, although my kid swears it was because he wanted to be in the thick of the battle with his newest games. It wasn’t until he saw some pictures of the ViewMaster his grandfather had as a kid that he acknowledged that maybe, just maybe, VR has been around longer than he has. We just needed tech advances to really bring it to life.
The HMD (head mounted display) marks are finally disappearing from my kids after watching nearly 90 hours of “awesome 4K VR” streaming content from the Rio Olympics.
The Sports Channel of Israel Adopts Stergen’s 2D to 3D Conversion System for its Upcoming 3D Broadcasts
The Perfect Gift for The Broadcast Engineer or Media Professional Who Has Everything – Telestream’s New UHD and HDR E-Book
As we settle into the festive season once again, Telestream® has come to the rescue of all those people struggling to find the perfect present for that special broadcast engineer & media professional in their lives. New and free of charge from the leading provider of digital video tools and workflow solutions is an e-book entitled The Truth and Hype on 4K, 8K, UHD and HDR.
Panasonic today announced the AK-UC3300, a 4K Studio Camera system equipped with a large S35mm MOS 4K sensor to deliver high quality video. Ideal for a variety of production applications, such as broadcast studio, live events and eSports, it is scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2020. The AK-UC3300 has a large 11-megapixel 4K image sensor to achieve a resolution of 2,000 TV lines and supports HDR (HLG) and ITU-R BT.2020. With high sensitivity of F10 (2,000 lx), it enables high-quality video shooting, with low noise, while maintaining a S/N ratio of 62 dB or higher.