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Mariner xVu Supports Hrvatski Telekom in Launch of Next Gen Services for MAXtv Customer Experience Enhancement Posted: 11/10/2017
Mariner xVu is pleased to announce that Hrvatski Telekom, the leading provider of telecommunications services in Croatia, has expanded its use of xVu's multi-award-winning software as part of a substantial investment in key segments such as television and broadband access. Part of the Deutsche Telekom Group, Hrvatski Telekom has just launched a new generation of MAXtv television services, setting a new standard for the TV program viewing experience. Hrvatski Telekom is currently engaged in a customer experience enhancement initiative, offering the broadest range of television programs in Europe to its customers anytime, anywhere.
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Sonnet Launches Dual-Slot SxS Pro Card Reader, Industrys First for Thunderbolt 3 Posted: 25/08/2017
Sonnet Technologies today announced the launch of its new SF3(TM) Series -- SxS(TM) Pro Card Reader, the second in a new family of professional media readers that feature a 40Gbps Thunderbolt(TM) 3 interface. The Sonnet reader employs dual card slots to take advantage of the tremendous 2,750 MB/s bandwidth Thunderbolt 3 offers. Sonnet's latest Pro Card Reader, the industry's first SxS card reader with Thunderbolt 3, can ingest files simultaneously from two cards at their maximum speeds, and is also compatible with SD(TM) and XQD(TM) media cards when used with Sonnet SDHC Adapters and Sony XQD ExpressCard(R) Adapters, respectively. Compatible with Mac(R) and Windows(R) computers with Thunderbolt 3 ports, the Sonnet reader is also compatible with Mac computers with Thunderbolt 2 or Thunderbolt ports when used with the Apple(R) Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter.
Tags: Sonnet | Dual-Slot | SxS Pro Card Reader | Thunderbolt 3 | Media Reader | SF3 Series | SxS Cards | Maximum Card Speed | IBC 2017 | IBC 2017
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Pointing Out the Premios Max Awards Posted: 15/08/2017

The annual Premios Max Awards celebrate Spanish individuals and organisations who have making outstanding contributions to the performing arts and are organised by the General Society of Authors and Publishers (SGAE). This year they were staged at the Palau de les Arts in vibrant Valencia.

Tags: Robe | Awards | Premios Max | broadcast | TVE2 | Pointe | BMFL | PATT2013
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Autodesk Showcases Latest Flame Family and 3D Animation Software at NAB 2017 Posted: 24/04/2017

At NAB 2017, Autodesk is showcasing the newest versions of its solutions for media and entertainment. Each update is full of enhancements that simplify the creative process, streamline artist collaboration and equip users for the future of content creation.

Tags: Autodesk | NAB | Flame | Maya | Arnold | NAB 2017 | 3ds Max
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Crafty Apes Delivers Incredible Subtle VFX for Hidden Figures with Help from Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya Posted: 06/04/2017

Hidden Figures recounts the story of three female African-American mathematicians who played an integral role John Glenns launch into space and return. Captured on 35mm film, the movie is largely live action, but features nuanced CG throughout. Crafty Apes delivered 328 VFX shots for the film, working out of its Atlanta facility, with Founder Chris LeDoux at the helm, Mark LeDoux overseeing local artists and Tim LeDoux guiding the final look out of the studios LA facility. Together, a 20-person team created CG elements reminiscent of 1960s Russian and NASA space programs; period era technology; and capsules, rockets, launch pads and the like, in addition to a host of VFX and environment work for CG shots, from bolts to Earth. 

Tags: Autodesk | Crafty Apes | Hidden Figures | VFX | CG | 3ds Max | Maya
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Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K and Video Assist 4K Shoot MAXs Lights Down Low Music Video Posted: 08/11/2016

Blackmagic Design has announced that URSA Mini 4.6K EF was used to shoot the music video for Lights Down Low by MAX. Blackmagic Design Video Assist 4K was used for 4K monitoring and recording on the intensely packed two day shoot, while DaVinci Resolve Studio was used for color grading the video.

Tags: URSA Mini 4.6K | Blackmagic Design | MAX | Lights Down Low | Video Assist 4K | DaVinci Resolve Studio
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GatesAir Maxiva ULXT Liquid-Cooled DTV Transmitters Reduce Costs, Enhance Performance for Louisiana-Based Duopoly Posted: 24/10/2016

KTBS-TV3 and KPXJ-CW21a duopoly owned by KTBS, LLC in Shreveport, LArecently upgraded to Maxiva¢ ULXT liquid-cooled UHF DTV transmitters from GatesAir, the global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for TV and radio broadcasters. These solid-state UHF DTV transmitters are built-upon GatesAirs PowerSmart® Plus architecture, its next-generation green transmission technology to significantly lower energy consumption and power bills.

Tags: GatesAir | Maxiva | UHF DTV | transmitters | TV | broadcast | wireless | over-the-air content delivery
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The sky is the limit for 4K IMAX HDR and quot;Sully with Baselight Posted: 06/10/2016

Technicolor LA recently gave Clint Eastwoods biographical drama Sully the full Baselight HDR colour grade treatment to achieve its pristine look for IMAX. Produced by Malpaso Productions, the film tells the true story of pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, portrayed by Tom Hanks, and applauds him as a hero after he safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in New York back in 2009, saving 155 lives. 

Tags: FilmLight | Baselight | Sully | IMAX | HDR | 4K | Maxine Gervais | Technicolor
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GatesAir Launches IP-Native Air-Cooled Transmitter Range at IBC2016 Posted: 30/08/2016

GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters, will launch its first transmitter range with native IP capability at IBC2016. Branded as Maxiva¢ UAXTE, this new range of air-cooled UHF transmitters brings instant adaptability and enhanced flexibility to the broadcast industrys latest over-the-air DTV standards (ATSC, DVB-T/T2, ISDB-Tb), that benefit from the flexibility of IP networking and connectivity. Likewise, its software-defined modulation allows seamless migration to future digital TV standards worldwide, including the emerging ATSC 3.0 modulation.

Tags: UAXTE | GatesAir | IBC 2016 | Maxiva | transmitters | UHF Transmitters | DTV | IBC 2016
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GatesAir Brings Latest High-Efficiency Over-the-Air TV Systems to IBC2016 Posted: 04/08/2016

At IBC2016 in Amsterdam, GatesAir, the global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for TV and radio broadcasters, will emphasize operational efficiency and low total cost of ownership for RF operations with its latest high-efficiency transmitters and software-defined exciterfurther amplified through GatesAirs latest breakthrough in cost-, energy- and labor-reducing power amplification technology.

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GatesAir Supplies High-Efficiency Maxiva Transmitter System for Historic WRAL-TV ATSC 3.0 Channel Launch Posted: 30/06/2016

GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters, is powering delivery of the first ATSC 3.0 full simulcast television station courtesy of WRAL-TV, the Capitol Broadcasting-owned Raleigh-Durham NBC affiliate that has a history of groundbreaking innovations in TV content delivery. This includes the industrys first HD channel launch in 1996; the first HD newscast in 2000; and early launches of Mobile DTV and Mobile Emergency Alert System (M-EAS) systems, all supported with GatesAir over-the-air technology.

Tags: GatesAir | content delivery | TV broadcast | broadcast | Maxiva | XTE exciter | UHF transmitter
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New appointments set to boost Forscene presence in key sectors Posted: 26/04/2016

April 26, 2016 Forbidden Technologies announced three new additions to the Forscene management team this month, boosting the professional video editing softwares presence both in the UK and the Americas.  The new appointments provide significant industry expertise in Forscenes key markets; broadcast, news and sport video post-production. 

Tags: Jason Cowan | Forscene | Max MGonical | Richie Murray | Bridge Digital | Clear Cut Pictures | Crow TV | Sal De Parres | cloud editing | video editing | post-production
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ChyronHego Appoints Three Strategic Sales Positions in North America Posted: 18/04/2016
Signaling the ongoing expansion of its North American sales organization, ChyronHego today announced the appointment of three new sales professionals. These include Charles R. Davidson, director, channel sales; Bil Apker, director of sales, Western region; and Glen Maxheleau, presales specialist.
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GatesAir to Showcase ATSC 3.0 Innovation at 2016 NAB Show Posted: 15/04/2016

GatesAir, a global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters, will contribute to several ATSC 3.0 demonstrations at the 2016 NAB Show beginning Monday, showcasing the many emerging business opportunities, and new technologies, that the next-generation over-the-air DTV standard offers to UHF broadcasters. 

Tags: GatesAir | rich redmond | TV | television | broadcast | 2016 NAB Show | maxiva | transmitters | exciter | DTV | UHF< spectrum repack | ATSC 3.0 | over the air | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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GatesAir and Burk Technology Establish SNMP over IP Path for Richer RF Monitoring Posted: 28/03/2016

At the 2016 NAB Show, GatesAira global leader in wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcastersin partnership with Burk Technology, an industry leader in broadcast facility monitoring and control equipmentwill demonstrate the next evolution of IP connectivity for remote control and monitoring of transmitters and RF systems. 

Tags: GatesAir | burn technology | remote control | remote monitoring | SNMP | IP connectivity | rich redmond | chuck alexander | maxiva | intraplex | radio | broadcast | television | RF | transmitters | 2016 NAB Show | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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