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BHV Unleashes Outsourced Engineering Paradigm at IBC to Answer Industry Need for Reduced Risk and Lower Development Costs Posted: 04/08/2022
BHV Unleashes Outsourced Engineering Paradigm at IBC to Answer Industry Need for Reduced Risk and Lower Development Costs

Re-branded and expanded, BHV is returning to IBC 2022 with a new logo, look and a paradigm to provide vendors with a reliable resource for building ground-breaking product portfolios without breaking the bank. BHV, known for its multi-award-winning designs dating back to 2002, is leveraging its own skill base to offer turnkey embedded engineering services to large brands seeking agility, or small players needing capability in video, streaming and production sectors. The team will be on Stand 10.A20 to discuss projects, explain the process and will also be demonstrating the Company’s own new video, wireless and control technologies.

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Ateliere Media Supply Chain Solutions Modernize OTT Workflows and Supercharge Content Libraries in the Cloud at IBC2022 Posted: 04/08/2022
Ateliere Media Supply Chain Solutions Modernize OTT Workflows and Supercharge Content Libraries in the Cloud at IBC2022

Ateliere Creative Technologies, a leader in media supply chain solutions, invites IBC2022 attendees to stand 5.G12 to experience Ateliere Connect and Discover. The cloud-native, multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solutions enable customers to manage media assets and the media supply chain from concept to consumer at faster speeds. New advancements in Ateliere core technology tenets, Deep Analysis and FrameDNA, allow customers to automate deduplication of large content libraries and archives, reducing overall storage by up to 70%, as well as reducing cloud costs and carbon footprint. Ateliere solutions run on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and connect directly to cloud services. Leveraging powerful cloud parallel processing, customers can onboard massive content libraries in a matter of days as opposed to months, as well as scale to support significant bursts in workloads at a moment’s notice.

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Artel Video Systems to Demo SMART Media Delivery Platform, the Ultimate in IP Networking Flexibility, at IBC2022 Posted: 03/08/2022
Artel Video Systems to Demo SMART Media Delivery Platform, the Ultimate in IP Networking Flexibility, at IBC2022

Artel Video Systems, a world-class provider of innovative, real-time multimedia delivery solutions, today announced its product highlights for IBC2022 in Amsterdam. On Stand 1C99, the company will feature products that simplify broadcasters' shift to hybrid IP/SDI and all-IP operations. Visitors can get hands-on demonstrations of the SMART Multimedia Delivery Platform in DigiLink/InfinityLink configurations and the award-winning SMART Multimedia Delivery Platform in openGear® (SMART OG).

Tags: Artel | AVoIP | IBC 2022 | SMART Media Delivery Platform | IP | IP Networking
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Cobalt Digital IBC Plans Include a Native 4K ST 2110 Solution, SafeLink Gateway as a Software Package and a Quad-Channel 3G-SDI Bridge to Dante Audio Posted: 03/08/2022
Cobalt and reg; Digital and rsquo;s IBC Plans Include a Native 4K ST 2110 Solution, SafeLink Gateway as a Software Package and a Quad-Channel 3G-SDI Bridge to Dante and reg; Audio

Cobalt® Digital Inc. has revealed plans to demonstrate its Indigo 2110-DC-01 SMPTE ST 2110 solution on its 9904-UDX-4K card at IBC on Stand 10.B44. The new option offers support for high density native 4K ST 2110 audio and video processing on openGear® form factor. The Company will also be highlighting the new version of the SafeLink Gateway as a virtual machine, and a higher density solution of +MPx-DANTE-64x64, the industry’s first license-based quad-channel 3G-SDI bridge to Dante® audio. SafeLink reliably transports any audio and video content over the Internet with low latency. Dante is Audinate’s combination of software, hardware and network protocols that deliver uncompressed, multi-channel, low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network. Cobalt Digital is a designer and manufacturer of award-winning edge devices for live video production and master control, and a founding partner in the openGear® initiative.

Tags: Chris Shaw | Cobalt Digital | Cobalt Digital’s 12G | Cobalt’s 9971 | DANTE Audio | decoders | Dr. Ciro Noronha | Encoder | encoders | Indigo 2110-DC-01 | INDIGO Series | INDIGO ST 2110 | Multi-Channel Processor | Multiviewer | openGear | RIST technology | IBC 2022
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Marshall Takes Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera Technology to the Next Level with Debut of its First 4K60 Digital ePTZ Camera at 2022 IBC Show Posted: 03/08/2022
Marshall Takes Pan-Tilt-Zoom Camera Technology to the Next Level with Debut of its First 4K60 Digital ePTZ Camera at 2022 IBC Show

Marshall Electronics announces the release of the CV420e, it’s first-ever digital PTZ (ePTZ) camera at the 2022 IBC Show (Stand 11.C23). The CV420e is suitable for professional broadcast and proAV applications including professional sporting events, reality television, broadcast trucks, weather vehicles and a range of AV installations that require an ultra-high quality networkable video source.

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DPA Shares Newest Mic Solutions With Media and Entertainment Industry at IBC 2022 Posted: 03/08/2022
DPA Shares Newest Mic Solutions With Media and Entertainment Industry at IBC 2022

DPA Microphones is showcasing its latest microphone offerings, designed to meet the growing needs of the entertainment and media markets, at IBC 2022 (Booth 8.F87). Focusing on the needs of film and TV productions, DPA is highlighting its 4097 CORE Micro Shotgun Microphone, which can also serve as a boom mic for broadcast applications. Two important mic solutions ideal for televised live event productions, the 4466 CORE Omnidirectional and 4488 CORE Directional Headset Microphones and the 4055 Kick Drum Mic, will also be featured on the show floor.

Tags: DPA Microphones | IBC 2022 | DPA | Broadcast | Pro Audio | Shotgun Microphones | Kick Drum Microphones | Headset | IBC 2022
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FOR-A gives LiveHD 4k ultra-slow motion in time for FIFA Club World Cup Posted: 03/08/2022
FOR-A gives LiveHD 4k ultra-slow motion in time for FIFA Club World Cup

As part of its move to comprehensive 4k production capabilities, outside broadcast production specialist LiveHD, part of Abu Dhabi Media, has invested in two ultra-slow motion camera systems from FOR-A. The cameras were online in time for the final of the FIFA Club World Cup in the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on 12 February 2022. 

Tags: Fifa | Fifa Club World Cup | Abu Dhabi | LiveHD | 4K | Ultra-slow | Broadcast | Trucks | Slow Motion | Switcher | Camera | FT-ONE-SS4K | IBC 2022
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TSL to Spotlight Enhanced Power Solutions at IBC 2022 Posted: 03/08/2022
TSL to Spotlight Enhanced Power Solutions at IBC 2022

As broadcasters continue to face more complex workflows, typically pulling in feeds from around the globe, be it for news, sports, entertainment or other live programming, the need for a seamless collaborative remote environment is necessary. Streamlined maintenance and minimized energy consumption has become a priority. With this in mind, TSL highlights its new Intelligent Power Distribution Units (PDUs) at IBC 2022 (Stand 10.B41).

Tags: TSL Products | broadcast | AV | IBC 2022 | TSL | Power Solutions | IBC 2022
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Magewell to Highlight New Capture, Conversion, and Streaming Solutions at IBC2022 Posted: 03/08/2022
Magewell to Highlight New Capture, Conversion, and Streaming Solutions at IBC2022

Video interface and IP workflow innovator Magewell is excited to be gearing up for IBC2022. Appearing in stand 7.A40, the company will showcase capture, conversion, and streaming solutions that seamlessly bridge signals, software, streams, and screens.

Tags: Magewell | IBC | IBC2022 | cloud | management | SRT | Secure Reliable Transport | NDI | NDI|HX | live | streaming | switcher | mixer | AES67 | audio | video | production | stream | encoder | hardware | encoding | broadcast | capture | video capture | decoder | decoding | conversio | IBC 2022
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Cleanfeed Wins Emmy Award Posted: 02/08/2022
Cleanfeed Wins Emmy Award

Cleanfeed, the online studio for live audio and recording, is delighted to announce that its creators Mark Hills and Marc Bakos are proud recipients of the 74th Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy® Award presented by the Television Academy.


Tags: Cleanfeed | Mark Hills | Marc Bakos | Emmy Award | Technical Emmy | Online Studio | IBC 2022
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ELEMENTS revolutionises cloud workflows Posted: 02/08/2022
ELEMENTS revolutionises cloud workflows

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. 

Tags: ELEMENTS | IBC | Storage | Cloud | BOLT | Platform | Delivers | Media Storage | IBC 2022
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PlayBox showcases streaming and channel management with individual discussions at IBC2022 Posted: 02/08/2022
PlayBox showcases streaming and channel management with individual discussions at IBC2022

PlayBox Technology UK, the leading channel in a box and streaming solution provider for media companies worldwide, is returning to IBC2022 (Amsterdam RAI, 9 – 12 September) with a broad range of playout, streaming and content management solutions.

Tags: playbox | playbox technology | channel in a box | streaming software | airbox | titlebox | playbox software | integrated playout | IBC 2022
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Pixotope Breaks Down Barriers to Virtual Production Adoption at IBC2022 Posted: 02/08/2022
Pixotope Breaks Down Barriers to Virtual Production Adoption at IBC2022

Pixotope Technologies AS, the leader in live augmented reality (AR), extended reality (XR), and virtual production solutions, is breaking down barriers to Virtual Production adoption and growth through its recently introduced technology solutions and initiatives. Visitors to stand 7.D08 at the RAI in Amsterdam from September 9-12 can expect to see how easy Pixotope makes it for all media producers to adopt Virtual Production solutions and workflows. Specifically, attendees will learn how Pixotope Camera Tracking provides a streamlined approach to camera tracking and graphics integration, how the introduction of its XR Edition simplifies set up and operation of XR environments with LED volumes, and how the launch of the Pixotope Education Program (PEP) will help build out the currently-limited Virtual Production talent pool.Pixotope Camera Tracking and New XR Edition reduce technical complexities, simplify workflows; Pixotope Education Program expands Virtual Production talent pool 



Tags: Pixotope | IBC | AR | Augmented Reality | International Broadcasting Convention | IBC 2022
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NativeWaves Partners With DekTec To Create FFmpeg Support For DekTec Cards Posted: 02/08/2022
NativeWaves Partners With DekTec To Create FFmpeg Support For DekTec Cards

Close collaboration between Austrian solutions provider NativeWaves and DekTec, a supplier of PC add-on cards, has resulted in product improvements that are benefitting both companies.

NativeWaves spent more than a year searching for a replacement SDI capture card when the cards it was using failed to meet its high standards for audio quality. The search eventually led to Netherlands-based DekTec, who were able to adapt their line of existing SDI cards to suit NativeWaves’ requirements.

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Dejero Unveils New 5G Transmission and Decoding Solutions at IBC 2022 Posted: 02/08/2022
Dejero Unveils New 5G Transmission and Decoding Solutions at IBC 2022

Dejero will introduce its new EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x 5G mobile transmitters with integrated internet gateway at IBC 2022, along with its new WayPoint 3 receiver.

The EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x combine superior 5G performance with unparalleled video quality for broadcast and media production markets; with EnGo 3x supporting 4K UHD transmission and multi-camera production. The company’s new WayPoint 3 receiver reconstructs video transported over multiple IP connections from select Dejero transmitters, decodes HEVC or AVC, and outputs resolutions up to 4K UHD.


New 5G EnGo mobile transmitters

The EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x transmitters are designed with brand new RF and 4x4 MIMO antenna architecture to unlock the full potential of 5G connections and ensure optimal antenna isolation.

“This next generation of EnGo has taken connectivity a step further by quadrupling the number of antennas per modem, offering wider support of cellular bands for greater performance and reliability,” explains Francois Vailant, senior product manager, Dejero. “Other 5G mobile transmitters are using 4G antenna design principles where interference by antennas, placed too close together, negatively impacts reliability, especially in areas where cellular signals may be weak, or where many cellular devices are competing for network bandwidth.”

Dejero selected modems that support a broad range of cellular bands to enhance 5G performance of the EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x, supporting additional bands used by carriers in the US, Canada, Australia, China, Korea, and Latin America that other 5G mobile transmitters simply cannot connect to.

With the new EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x transmitters, field crews can transmit broadcast-quality video, quickly transfer large files and set up high-bandwidth access points for multiple devices instantly. In newsgathering and remote production scenarios, GateWay mode can be used for file transfer, connect to newsrooms and MAM systems, publish content on social media, and access cloud or private datacenter resources.

“It’s a huge breakthrough in terms of what a single unit can do on the go – especially those who find themselves reporting from or operating in fringe coverage areas or locations where there is network congestion,” added Kevin Fernandes, chief revenue officer at Dejero.

The EnGo transmitters also streamline the communication and workflow between the field and station. This is essential for mobile news teams that work to tight deadlines; instead of losing time searching for an internet hotspot, or depending on mobile hotspot devices with just a single connection, they can count on an ultra-reliable, multi-network fast connection of up to 500 Mbps.

For film, television and commercial production companies, EnGo users can leverage the ultra-reliable connectivity to enable real-time collaboration with dispersed teams. They can also accelerate delivery of content from the remote location directly to post-production, regardless of where that location is – hence reducing the number of people required on set and unlocking huge cost-savings.


EnGo 3x

EnGo 3x boasts multi-camera support for up to four fully frame-synced HD feeds. Perfect for capturing feeds from multiple cameras in a single unit, EnGo 3x reduces the cost and complexity of multi-camera sports and live event productions. The additional camera inputs can be licensed when needed, for ultimate flexibility.

The ability to transmit in 4K UHD with eight audio channels delivers unparalleled video quality at extremely low latencies. With more sports and major live event viewers willing to pay a premium to watch in the highest definition possible, Dejero anticipates this will quickly become a sought after feature for sports and live event productions. Furthermore, 4K UHD live feeds can greatly benefit film, television and commercial productions to make it easier for distributed teams that are not located on set to monitor and detect lighting and color balance issues in real-time. This is paramount for avoiding expensive reshoots. The 4K UHD feature does not require a separate licence, unlike competing solutions.


EnGo 3

EnGo 3 is designed for newsgathering in locations where 5G networks have been widely deployed, As with the EnGo 3x, it reliably transports broadcast-quality live video from remote locations whilst also providing resilient, high-bandwidth internet access, all in a single device. With glass-to-glass latency as low as half a second over bonded cellular connections, it also delivers greater security with AES 256 encryption, a security-hardened Linux OS and a cryptoprocessor to authenticate the hardware.

The 5G networks bonded by EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x transmitters can be combined with other wireless networks including Wi-Fi and GEO/MEO/LEO satellite, and fixed line (cable/DSL/fiber) wired networks thanks to Dejero’s award-winning Smart Blending Technology. This technology intelligently manages the fluctuating bandwidth, packet loss, and latency differences of the individual connections in real-time, providing enhanced reliability, expanded coverage and greater bandwidth.

The new EnGo mobile transmitters also feature built-in Hybrid Encoding Technology with the latest generation of Intel processors with customized firmware. The units can adapt to real-time feedback on the complexity of the content being encoded, such as the amount of motion. To achieve unmatched video quality, EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x work in tandem with Smart Blending Technology to analyze the throughput capacity and latency of all the connections in real time.


WayPoint 3 receiver

The new WayPoint 3 makes its debut at IBC. It can receive video in resolutions up to 4K UHD to ensure high picture quality. WayPoint 3 reconstructs HEVC or AVC video, transported over multiple IP connections from any Dejero transmitter from version 1.3 onwards, ensuring reconstruction, decoding, and playout in the highest possible definition that SDI, or MPEG-T workflows can support. Saving rack space in the server room, WayPoint 3 can simultaneously output up to four feeds from the same receiver; two 4K UHD and two HD (or lower resolution), one 4K UHD and three HD (or lower resolution), or four HD (or lower resolution).

The receiver’s built-in redundancy minimizes risk and maximizes uptime using 1 TB hard drives with RAID protection for both power and storage redundancy.

For more information, please visit Dejero at IBC 2022, in its new stand location, 2.B51, Rai, Amsterdam 9-13 September, 2022 or go to dejero.com.

Tags: Dejero | IBC2022 | IBC 2022 | 5G | transmission | decoding | EnGo | WayPoint | receiver | WayPoint 3 Receiver | 4K | UHD | EnGo 3 | EnGo 3x | mobile transmitters | Francois Vailant | GateWay | video | newsgathering | multiple devices | Kevin Fernandes | MKM Marcomms | IBC 2022
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