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How we got live streaming to work for us
Larry Jordan# We originate three hours of live programming from our studios every week. In fact, everything we do is designed for live web streaming. For the last several months, we have been exploring a number of options that would enable live video streaming with live audio mixing and support an unlimited number of audio and video sources with a scalable architecture so that as our audience grows our stream will grow to support them.
Tags: iss103 | online | streaming | live web | production | webcasts | output | Larry Jordan#
Contributing Author Larry Jordan# Click to read
Modern movie finishing
Alexa Maza Written and directed by Neill Blomkamp, Elysium is a new science fiction movie starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster.
Tags: iss085 | finishing | grade | vfx | output | hollywood | guide | how | Elysium | Neill Blomkamp | filmlight | imax | baselight | Alexa Maza
Contributing Author Alexa Maza Click to read
Education: Live TV approaches to learning without a safety net
Jennie Rawling Live broadcasting is the core business of the University of Portsmouth course, BSc (Hons) Television and Broadcasting, and they are now entering into their fifth successive year of weekly television output.
Tags: iss081 | university of portsmouth | television and broadcasting | course | television output | learning | education | live | training | Jennie Rawling
Contributing Author Jennie Rawling Click to read
The Teradek Bolt reviewed
Jon Boast The end of last year saw Teradek step up the game even more in the HD wireless monitoring world, with its announcement of The Bolt, a wireless HD-SDI monitoring system. The first thing that struck many on its launch was the size of both the transmitter and the receiver.
Tags: iss078 | teradek | bolt | transmitter | review | use | location | guide | sdi monitoring | 3g output | cube | wific | zero latency | price | Jon Boast
Contributing Author Jon Boast Click to read
Is 4K the end of the line?
Robin Palmer In my TV-Bay April 2013 article I mused over the familiar BNC connector and was it at the end of its line as far as broadcast interconnections were concerned. Its been around a long time, the BNC was invented in the late 1940s primarily for military radio frequency and microwave interconnections but then became the standard for baseband video connection. However since digital video became commonplace its role has constantly evolved with the technologies needs.
Tags: iss078 | bnc | 4k | blackmagic design | outputs | semtech | mindspeed | rgba data | Robin Palmer
Contributing Author Robin Palmer Click to read
Live production for multi-platform delivery
Steve Burgess Live event television, whether it is sport or music and entertainment, has always made serious demands of production technology. At Megahertz Broadcast Systems we have been building outside broadcast trucks for some of the worlds most demanding customers, for more than 25 years, so we can perhaps help the conversation by talking about some of our experiences.
Tags: iss075 | live production | multi platform delivery | megahertz broadcast systems | multiple outputs | racetech | Steve Burgess
Contributing Author Steve Burgess Click to read
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