Simon Browne from Clear-Com talks about the LQ system at NAB 2015.
TMD Chameleon at NAB 2015
The new Chameleon user interface from TMD - Tony tells all...
DALET ACADEMY NAB 2015
Bruce's Shorts from the Dalet Academy discussed here at NAB 2015.
APANTAC openGear Solutions at NAB 2015
Thomas Tang from Apanatac talks about openGear solutions at NAB 2015.
DPA Microphones at NAB 2015
James Capperelle looks at two brand new DPA broadcast mics: d:fine In-Ear Broadcast Mic and d:facto Interview Mic at NAB.
EGRIPMENT G-TRACK at NAB 2015
Check out the Egripment 205/D and 225 G-Track at NAB 2015.
SISLIVE Manpak tripod antennas at NAB 2015
SISLIVE guide us around the Manpak 100 and 60 tripod antennas at NAB 2015.
ELEMENTAL STATMUX at NAB 2015
Elemental discuss the Elemental Statmux which is a software-based statistical multiplexer that optimizes content delivery for pay TV operators by reallocating bits in real time between video encoders...
TC ELECTRONIC with Clarity X at NAB 2015
Calibrated listening in broadcast - why is it important? How can you help increase speech intelligibility in production for broadcast and film? TC Electronic tell all!
FORSCENE Cloud Editing at NAB 2015
The new look ForScene interface is unveiled at NAB.
FACILIS TerraBlock at NAB 2015
James McKenna from Facilis talks about TerraBlock enhancements at NAB 2015
SGL at NAB 2015
SGL discuss web services at NAB 2015.
APANTAC T# Multiviewer at NAB 2015
Thomas Tang talks about the T# Multiviewer at NAB 2015.
RASCULAR HELM at NAB 2015
Roddy from Rascular shows HELM at NAB 2015.
VOLICON at NAB 2015
Close caption, multiview and over the top from Volicon at NAB 2015.
VOLICON Media Intelligence Platform at NAB 2015
Volicon talks Media Intelligence Platform at NAB 2015.
DALET SportsPack at NAB 2015
Dalet's Ben Davenport talks about all the releases at NAB including SportsPack.
TMD Mediaflex at NAB 2015
Tony Taylor announces a Mediaflex deal with BBC Studios and Post Productions.
NUGEN Loudness Toolkit at NAB 2015
Paul Tapper from Nugen Audio looks at the latest updates in loudness control at NAB 2015.
METUS INGEST at NAB 2015
Hardy Morris From Metus talks about the capture, transcode and streaming solution Metus Ingest at NAB.
DLED Dedolight Reviewed
Ive been using Felloni LED light panels for over 18 months now, and have really enjoyed the ease of operating lights using battery power in my case, V lock batteries that I also use to power my camer...
Must have or just a dream? Either way these are our 6 of the best this month chosen by Larry Jordan, David Crossman and Jon Boast.
REDucation - Real world RED camera training
Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March saw the REDucation training workshop arrive in London at the Met Film School in Ealing Studios West London. I've used a Red One but have yet to work on a shoot wher...
The IP Solution - intercom systems without extensive new cabling
When a broadcasting or TV station wants to install a new intercom system in its broadcast centre or headquarters - or wishes to replace its entire intercom system - it is faced with two big investment...
A year after its launch, Transmitter is developing a real name for itself. A partnership between the BPI and music media company LoveLive, it's a dedicated online music channel designed to promote the...
Full reference testing helps ensure quality audio delivery
With the ever-increasing amount and variety of programming, devices, screen sizes, quality levels, and delivery methods today, broadcasters and delivery networks must be able to measure the quality of...
Digital media services need more than just standard protection
Standards are conceived in abstract. They are set up and negotiated between interested parties in a process that can last several years, with each party to the negotiations pressing its own case, and...
Fiber Transport for the future
What can handle fibertransport today, centralizedrouting tomorrow,decentralized routingthe day after, and signalprocessing all the time?
CALM - A crucial act to follow
Sudden jumps in sound level between television programmes and commercials first came to the notice of legislators after a loud commercial interrupted a family dinner at the home of US House of Represe...
A wide spectrum of choice
Without microphones, in-ear monitors (IEMs), intercom and distribution systems based on wireless technology, many of today's large-scale television studios, outside broadcast and film productions woul...
Finding the Oracle of audio capture
With over 300 hours of YouTube video uploaded every 60 seconds it's not hard to understand why any manufacturer would be looking closely at the new generation of emerging filmmakers whether they be in...
Overcoming complexity in remote production leads to more and better live broadcasts
Despite the instant accessibility of recorded media content, there are many events that are still best enjoyed as a live broadcast. At the same time, such broadcasts are becoming increasingly complex,...
Moving voiceovers into the 21st century
There was a time when the only way to get a voiceover for your production was by contacting a voiceover agent who would obligingly send over a CD or two full of voiceover sparkle and you and your clie...
It is an absolutely true statement that the best way to improve the quality of your image is to improve the quality of your sound. Viewers will happily watch grainy, black-and-white images and conside...
NAB 2015 Highlights
For those of us lucky enough to visit this year's annual NAB Show in Las Vegas, we know how amazing and mesmerising it was, but for those who didn't get the chance to make it, then here's a lowdown on...
A box of delights
In the immediate aftermath of NAB and its bombardment by new gizmos, I want to talk about Professor Noriaki Kano. In the 1980s, at the Tokyo University of Science, he came up with a simple model of pr...
Cautionary notes from GTC Member number 001
Recently I was invited to be on the panel of judges charged with selecting the winners of the 2014 'Bill Vinten GTC University Awards'. This was just the second year of this excellent scheme and, if t...
5 must haves for sound recordists
Every location has a different set of challenges and you have to deal with whatever sound your environment throws at you as best you can whilst looking after your gear and yourself. Here are 5 non-tec...
Marketing is everything and everything is marketing
Marketing for filmmakers can be very intimidating. I think it must have something to do with being creative; we seem to be more concerned with creating content than creating new business.
When I first introduced myself back in September, I had just begun my final year project and it was all very early days. I cannot stress how scary the prospect of a final year project is, and it is mo...
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