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MO-SYS TECHNOLOGY PLAYED STARRING ROLE IN MOOVS VIRTUAL SET FOR BBC SPORTS TOKYO GAMES COVERAGE Posted: 13/10/2021
MO-SYS TECHNOLOGY PLAYED STARRING ROLE IN MOOVS VIRTUAL SET FOR BBC SPORTS TOKYO GAMES COVERAGE

Mo-Sys Engineering, a world leader in precision camera tracking solutions for virtual studios and augmented reality, today announces that its StarTracker technology was front and centre of the innovative virtual studio production for BBC Sport’s coverage of the Tokyo Games. The entire virtual graphics production was implemented by MOOV, the UK based sports and events graphics company, with the project being shortlist as a finalist at the 2021 Broadcast Sports Awards in November. 

Tags: Mo-Sys | MOOV. Virtual Production | Virtual Studio | StarTracker | Broadcast Sports Awards | Camera Tracking | Dock10. MediaCityUK | Broadcast | virtual reality | augmented reality | Tokyo Olympics | Brainstorm | Wimbledon | Match of the Day | Innovation
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Dejero and Nexting Triumph in Tokyo with Ultra Reliable Smart Blending Technology Posted: 18/08/2021
Dejero and Nexting Triumph in Tokyo with Ultra Reliable Smart Blending Technology

Dejero has successfully enabled Italian production companyNextingto provide live coverage, edited highlight packages and high-quality interviews from the Summer Games in Tokyo to a range of Italian broadcasters.

Tags: Dejero | Olympics | Tokyo2021 | Nexting | EnGo | Connectivity | Smart Blending Technology | Broadcast | Sports Broadcast
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Tokyo Games Coming to Thailand via Cinegy Air Posted: 04/08/2021
Tokyo Games Coming to Thailand via Cinegy Air

Bangkok-based C.S. Innovation Technology (CSIT) has deployed Cinegy technology to support production and playout for its client Plan B Media at the Summer Games in Tokyo. A long-time Cinegy partner, C.S. Innovation Technology will rely on Cinegy Air PRO, a comprehensive, IP-based software suite for automated SD, HD and/or Ultra HD (4K) playout, to handle multi-channel playout of live feeds from the event effortlessly and inexpensively. Plan B Media, the exclusive Thai rightsholder for the Tokyo Games, is delivering live feeds of all the action to giant LED screens across Thailand.

Tags: Cinegy | Cinegy Air | Tokyo Games | Thailand | CSIT | CS Innovation Technology | Playout | Production | Cinegy Air PRO | IP Based software | Broadcast | Technology
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MDotti Deploys Cinegy Capture PRO to Support Ingest for Live Broadcasts from Tokyo Games in Brazil Posted: 02/08/2021
MDotti Deploys Cinegy Capture PRO to Support Ingest for Live Broadcasts from Tokyo Games in Brazil

Brazilian IT media services company, MDotti Tecnologia, has created a dedicated workflow around Cinegy Capture PRO to support ingest for São Paulo-based television network Rede Bandeirantes’ coverage of the Tokyo Games. Cinegy Capture PRO simultaneously delivers 12 channels of ingest directly to a ZBoox shared storage, allowing the production team to access and edit clips via Adobe Premiere Pro workstations while live feeds are still being ingested.

Tags: Cinegy | Cinegy Capture Pro | Live broadcast | Software Defined Television | MDotti Tecnologia | Workflow | Storage | Live streams | Tokyo Games | Brazil
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TVU Networks Offers Multiple Live Video Feeds from Summer Games and nbsp; Posted: 28/06/2021
TVU Networks Offers Multiple Live Video Feeds from Summer Games and nbsp;

TVU Networks is now offering rights-cleared access to live external video feeds of locations across Tokyo until the conclusion of the Summer Games. The 24/7 beauty shots are part of TVU’s extensive on-site support effort during the event. News outlets can use the fixed shots for bumpers, live introductions, and other interstitial content for broadcast, web content, and social media posts. The feeds are available through TVU MediaSource, a cloud-based market for real-time access to video content from trusted media organizations.

Tags: TVU | Tokyo | Summer Games | remote production | mobile transmitter
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NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS REAL-TIME GRAPHICS AUTHORING AND VIDEO PLAYOUT PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO Posted: 11/06/2021
NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS REAL-TIME GRAPHICS AUTHORING AND VIDEO PLAYOUT PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO

NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Chyron to provide real-time graphics authoring and playout solutions for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, which takes place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 – August 8. The announcement was made today by Darryl Jefferson, VP Post Production & Digital Workflow, NBC Sports & Olympics, and Rob Ulke, VP of Sales, Chyron.


Tags: Chyron | Tokyo Olympics | ChyronHego | NBC | Graphics | Lyric | Graphics Playout
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NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS OTT MONITORING PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO Posted: 08/06/2021
NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS OTT MONITORING PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO

NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected TAG Video Systems to provide OTT monitoring and multiviewing for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, which take place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 – August 8. The announcement was made today by Chris Connolly, VP of Transmission Engineering and Operations, NBC Olympics, and Kevin Joyce, Zero Friction Officer, TAG Video Systems.

Tags: TAG Video Systems | Multiviewers | Multiviewer technologies | Webinar | 100% SW | 100% IP | 100% COTS/Cloud | Probing | Monitoring | IP-Based Webinar | Zer0 Friction | TAG | TAG VS | NBC Olympics | OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO | Danna Mann | OTT | Paul Briscoe
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NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS INTELLIGENT FILE TRANSFER PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO Posted: 08/06/2021
NBC OLYMPICS SELECTS INTELLIGENT FILE TRANSFER PROVIDER FOR ITS PRODUCTION OF OLYMPIC GAMES IN TOKYO

Signiant to Enable NBC Olympics to Streamline Remote Production During its Coverage of Tokyo Olympics

NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, has selected Signiant to provide intelligent file transfer software for its production of the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, which take place in Tokyo, Japan, from July 23 – August 8. The announcement was made today by Darryl Jefferson, VP Post Production & Digital Workflow, NBC Sports & Olympics, and Margaret Craig, CEO, Signiant.With Signiant’s software, NBC Olympics will be able to move petabytes of footage from Tokyo back to its International Broadcast Center in Stamford, Conn., immediately upon capture. Signiant’s patented network optimization technology enables seamless transfer of the footage over standard IP networks, eliminating latency and packet loss, so that editors in Stamford can begin creating highlights almost immediately as the action is happening thousands of miles away.


Tags: Signiant | NBC Olympics | Remote Production | Tokyo | Intelligent File Transfer | Production
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disguise vx 4 Media Servers Play Key Role in Toyota Booth at The Tokyo Motor Show 2019 Posted: 23/01/2020
disguise vx 4 Media Servers Play Key Role in Toyota Booth at The Tokyo Motor Show 2019

The 46th biennial Tokyo Motor Show drew 1.3 million visitors in October unveiling many new vehicles and concept cars to eager crowds. The Toyota booth engaged guests with a giant LED canvas, interactive elements and live-gaming racing with help from disguise vx 4 media servers supplied by Hibino, a disguise Rental Partner.

“The booth’s main display was a seamless 77.4 meters long and 24,768 pixels wide LED wall” says Emu Hino, Technical Director. “The Future City CG on the main display, which served as the background for the entire booth, was immersive and exciting. The experience of being surrounded by it and interacting with various content in the booth was very special for visitors.”

Hino explains that, “the pixel width of the display was never shown before, and 6x 4K outputs for perfect pixel management and synchronisation was required. Instead of the conventional 8-bit 256 colours we also needed 10-bit 1,024 colours. So, this was a project where there was no compromise in terms of scale and image quality.”

Tags: disguise | vx4 media servers | Tokyo Motor Show | Toyota
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Atomos releases Sumo 19 switching upgrade at Inter BEE 2019 show Posted: 14/11/2019
Atomos releases Sumo 19 switching upgrade at Inter BEE 2019 show

At the Inter BEE show in Tokyo this week Atomos will make multi-camera switching and recording even easier with the release of a live asynchronous switching and quad ISO recording update for the Sumo 19 HDR monitor/recorder/switcher. AtomOS 9.2 for Sumo 19 turns it into the simplest way to record and switch multi-camera events, being intuitive, extremely portable and highly cost-effective.

 

Up to five 1080p60 streams can be recorded simultaneously - four separate ISOs and the program out to the same SSD drive in Apple ProRes® or Avid DNx formats. This can now be done without the need to synchronize the cameras together using genlock. The channels can be switched in real-time at the touch of the screen and the resulting switched output recorded to the separate fifth channel, as well as output on either HDMI or HD-SDI. Each switch also signals a metadata cut/edit point that the Sumo 19 writes to the disk as an XML file. The ISOs can subsequently brought directly into your NLE’s timeline* with the edits already in place, all ready for fine tuning or re-editing. You can even configure the touchscreen to respond differently to single and double taps, giving the choice between a hard cut or a dissolve being written into the XML file. This will in turn tell the NLE which transition type it should use.

 

Tags: Inter BEE | Tokyo | Atomos | Sumo 19 HDR | AtomOS 9.2
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FIRST STEADICAM GOLD WORKSHOP HELD IN JAPAN Posted: 13/11/2018
FIRST STEADICAM GOLD WORKSHOP HELD IN JAPAN

This October saw an important first time event in Japan, the very first Steadicam Gold Workshop. The location was a sports resort some two and a half hours North of the centre of Tokyo. The excellent facilities included a huge main training room and a considerable number of attractive areas around the site for creating interesting shots, including a pool area complete with dinosaurs.

Tags: Tiffen | Tiffen International | Steadicam | Gold Workshop | Japan | Tokyo | Garrett Brown | Robin Thwaites
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GARRETT BROWN TAKES HIS MOVING CAMERA PRESENTATION TO JAPAN Posted: 09/11/2018
GARRETT BROWN TAKES HIS MOVING CAMERA PRESENTATION TO JAPAN

On the 6th October for the first time ever in Japan Steadicam inventor Garrett Brown gave his renowned Moving Camera lecture on the use of the moving camera in cinema.

Tags: Tiffen | Steadicam | Garrett Brown | Tokyo | Japan | Moving Image | Gin-Ici | NAC Rentals | Robin Thwaites
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FilmLight illuminates commitment to Japanese creative community at Inter BEE 2018 Posted: 08/11/2018
FilmLight illuminates commitment to Japanese creative community at Inter BEE 2018

FilmLight will demonstrate its creative and technical commitment to Japanese television broadcasting and post-production with its own booth at Inter BEE 2018 (Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, 14–16 November, #3311). This marks both the five-year anniversary of the FilmLight office in Tokyo, and provides the opportunity to showcase the latest version of FilmLight’s colour grading and management platform, Baselight v5, for the Japanese market.

Tags: FilmLight | Japan | Inter BEE 2018 | Baselight v5 | post production | Tokyo | colour grading | cutting edge | creative tools | Koichi Matsui | streamline complex workflows | Prelight | Baselight Editions | Daylight | VFX | MKM Marketing Communications
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Digital Garden Builds 8K HDR DIT System Around Blackmagic Design Posted: 31/05/2017
Digital Garden Builds 8K HDR DIT System Around Blackmagic Design
 

Blackmagic Design today announced that a number of Blackmagic products, including multiple Teranex Expresses, Teranex Minis and ATEM 2 M/E Broadcast Studio 4K, were used by Tokyos Digital Garden to create a new 8K HDR video.

Tags: Blackmagic Design | Teranex Express | Teranex Mini | ATEM | Tokyo | Digital Garden | 8K | HDR
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Quantum at Inter BEE 2016 Posted: 07/11/2016
Quantum at Inter BEE 2016
Quantum will showcase the power of its StorNext platform across the full media life cycle, including production, delivery and archive workflows, and content management. The company's Inter BEE 2016 booth will feature uncompressed 8K editorial and compositing workflows along with demonstrations of content transcoding and delivery with object storage, the use of hybrid flash and disk storage in combination to enable frame-based animation creation and stream-based editing on a single storage system, and embedded applications running natively on high-performance workflow storage. Quantum will be joined in its booth by Autodesk, who will show the power of the StorNext platform with its M&E software collection.
Tags: Quantum | Inter BEE 2016 | Tokyo | End-to-End Workflow | Xcellis | Transcode | Deliver | Lattus
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