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NEWS MANAGE & MONITOR
Monitors UK based colour management
specialist Light Illusion has
announced that industry leading
display manufacturer NEC enabled
integrated LightSpace CMS
support into its range of MultiSync
PA Series colour critical displays to
enable accurate colour calibration
and management within the global
film, TV and broadcast industries.
The high-end NEC displays feature
custom calibration 3D LUT import
capabilities that can directly
upload calibration LUTs created via
Monitors Two new ranges from QLT of ‘Leading Edge Display Technologies’ were
exhibited under the “ODS“ (Orion Display Solution) & ‘ENIGMA-K’ product
lines at IBC recently.
ODS 55 is the first ever Professional ‘LARGE’ Grade 1 OLED reference
monitor and has been designed for critical analysis of post-production video
for the Film and Broadcast Industries. The Display Panel is the first of an
exclusive new 2nd Generation OLED released in August 2014.
A 2nd 55“ OLED Grade 1 UHD (3840 x 2160) will also be released in
The ‘ENIGMA-K’ Range is the first ever 12/6G UHD-SDI single coax/fibre
3840 x 2160 professional LCD range working with frame rates up to 50/60
Hz (Totally Unique as 30Hz has previously been the maximum).
www.quantumleaptechnology.co.uk IP production
Sony and Evertz are working together to develop new IP interoperability
technologies. The two companies first announced an alliance at IBC in
September, as a continuation of their recent efforts to introduce IP-based
solutions, such as Sony’s Network Media Interface and Evertz’s Software
Defined Video Network (SDVN). The Sony-Evertz collaboration will allow
customers to use an IP infrastructure in their facilities, and support
broadcasters through the transition from legacy SDI environments to IP-
based infrastructures. Sony’s Networked Media Interface packetizes and
transmits HD and 4k video, audio, and metadata in real-time over standard
network infrastructures. Sony is also developing low latency video codec
(LLVC) technology to support the video compression required for 4k 60p
transmission over 10 Gbps Ethernet. As of IBC 2014, 10 leading companies
had announced their support for Sony Networked Media Interface.
Marquis Broadcast, the content
workflows and media integration
software firm, has appointed
former Quantel senior product
manager Chris Steele as its new
managing director, taking over
from Peter Davies who will step up
to become chairman. Steele left
Marquis to join Quantel 15 months
ago. “I have a great deal of respect
for the skills and experience of the
team at Marquis and I am looking
forward to developing a long term
vision for the company,“ he said.
Steele has also worked for the
broadcaster ITN as well as Digital
Vision, The Foundry, Parallax
Software and OMG plc where
he started the company 2D3
and brought Boujou, the Emmy
award-winning automated camera
tracker, to market.
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