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Macnica, a leader in live video over IP transport technologies, returns to IBC next month (September 9-13, RAI Amsterdam, Stand 2.A58) with strong momentum behind its efforts for open standards adoption in the broadcast and live production industries. Macnica will unveil new hardware and software demonstrations that provide compelling insights into the benefits that the SMPTE 2110 suite of standards offers today and tomorrow, and introduce a media streaming software development kit (SDK) that offers users greater flexibility when developing IP transport applications.
IBC2022: TVU Networks Showcases its First Cloud-Native Ecosystem for 4K and 5G Live Video Production
TVU Networks, a market and technology leader in cloud and IP-based live video production technology, will showcase its popular TVU Cloud ecosystem at IBC2022. Using fifth generation networks, TVU’s end-to-end solution provides greater bandwidth and resiliency, ultra-low latency, and connectivity with speeds up to 100 times as fast as 4G. Developed with deep insight from news and sports media companies, the ecosystem is a fully cloud-native and customizable platform that’s adapted and evolved to meet the needs of video producers around the world.
Ikegami Electronics (Europe) will demonstrate the latest additions to its range of broadcast production equipment at IBC2022, RAI Amsterdam, September 9th-12th. Making their IBC debut on the Ikegami stand, 12.A31, will be the UHK-X700, UHK-X750 and UHL-F4000 cameras plus the BSX-100 UHD/HD fibre base station.
Thai TV5, one of Thailand's longest established free-to-air television broadcasters, has chosen a PlayBox Neo playout system to replace legacy equipment at its studio headquarters in Bangkok. The project was supervised by PlayBox Neo partner PS & Sons (Thailand) Co Ltd, based in the same city, and includes fully integrated eMAM.
G&D bringing its latest products to Amsterdam from September 9 to 12
After a long wait, IBC is finally opening its doors again under the slogan “we are your community,” in order to showcase the very latest trends and innovations of the broadcast industry. The German KVM manufacturer Guntermann & Drunck GmbH looks forward to meeting you and will be presenting innovative solutions for a strong alliance between broadcast and IT.
AJA Video Systems today launched Mini-Config v2.26.4, a free software update for AJA’s line of Mini-Converters covering a broad range of 4K, HD, and SD conversion needs spanning broadcast, production, post, and proAV. The release brings several user-requested enhancements to AJA’s HA5-12G, HA5-4K, HA5-Plus, HA5-Fiber, Hi5-12G, Hi5-4K-Plus, 4K2HD, 12G-AM, and 12G-AMA Mini-Converters.
Lightware Visual Engineering announces the expansion of the company’s Integrations Partnership initiative with key global industry players. Complementing the announced relationship with Cisco last year, a rapidly growing list of integration partners is headed by ADI Icron, Utelogy Corporation and Xyte. The program, made possible through Lightware’s unique Open API capabilities, unlocks unprecedented creative opportunities for customers to design and build outstanding best-of-breed collaboration solutions.
Some time ago, Hollyland launched the Solidcom M1 intercom system for professional applications. With the Hollyland Solidcom C1 system, the manufacturer has now developed a real plug-and-play system that should be of interest for smaller productions. We found out what the system does in practice.
High performance media storage specialist ELEMENTS will show how its centralised media platform concept delivers maximum operational and creative efficiency on its extended booth at IBC2022 (Amsterdam RAI, 9 – 12 September, stand 7.B25). The potential of the cloud offers the prospect of large structural changes in industry workflows, and the ELEMENTS platform delivers all the benefits with minimal impact on users.
The commemoration of the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, marking the beginning of the French Revolution, gives rise to multiple events throughout the country. For this 10th edition of the giant classical music concert at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, Lawo has once again met the requirements of live sound and live broadcasting on the French public broadcasting network and the Eurovision network. Under the expert hands of Radio France's sound engineers, Lawo's mixing consoles delivered spectacular audio quality for the huge crowd on the Champs de Mars, as well as for all listeners and viewers.
Shotoku Heads Back to IBC with Expanded Pan/Tilt Head Series and Enhanced Control Systems for All-Size Studios and Legislatures
Shotoku Broadcast Systems, international manufacturer of high-quality, easy-to-use, robust and reliable robotic and manual camera support systems, is heading back to IBC 2022 with an expanded line of pan/tilt heads and enhanced control systems that will be demonstrated on Stand 10.F38. The Company will also be showing its full range of semi and fully-autonomous systems highlighted by SmartPed, the company’s flagship fully robotic pedestal, and SmartRail – the world’s leading rail camera system.
VAR technology in football is an extra set of eyes for the officiating crew on the pitch. Video match officials (VMO) monitor the game “through the camera lenses”, check any controversial or missed moments, and provide the main referee with the opportunity to review it in detail.
Following the growing development of virtual production, Supreme Studio, the Thailand-based all-in-one video production studio, has constructed an unmatched LED wall with extended reality in mind. Supported by ROE Visual, the advanced technology for film studios can create realistic imagery in an immersive environment, heightening the quality of the production.
Leading broadcast solutions specialist ES Broadcast has taken delivery of the UK’s first Sony HDC-F5500 rental units – and will showcase the camera’s impressive creative capabilities at a technology and networking event in London next week.
For more than 50 years the world's most successful broadcasters have relied on Calrec. They still do. As our industry adapts to new viewing habits and evolving commercial environments, Calrec is helping broadcasters to stay ahead as they switch to IP infrastructures; to achieve efficiency with remote broadcasting; to save money with virtualised production. Calrec’s radio-focussed and flexible Type R can adapt to a variety of requirements including virtualized workflows, and Calrec has expanded its range of consoles, from the cost-effective Brio consoles, to the IP-enabled ImPulse core. For flexible working, integrated networks and reliable audio, Calrec has it covered.