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Globecast works with Reunion la 1ere and France Televisions for the 30th anniversary of the ultra trail race Le Grand Raid de la R and eacute;union 2022 Posted: 25/10/2022
Globecast works with R and eacute;union la 1 and egrave;re and France T and eacute;l and eacute;visions for the 30th anniversary of the ultra trail race Le Grand Raid de la R and eacute;union 2022

Globecast, the global solutions provider for media and content management, announced its return to the island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean to participate in the success of the Ultra High Definition (4K) broadcasting project of the famous ultra-trail event Le Grand Raid de la Réunion 2022 with Réunion la 1ère and France Télévisions. The event took place from October 20th-23rd.

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Sharjah Government Media Bureau prepares for UHD and transforms workflows with EditShare Posted: 20/10/2022
Sharjah Government Media Bureau prepares for UHD and transforms workflows with EditShare

EditShare®, the technology leader that enables storytellers to create and manage collaborative media workflows, has delivered a comprehensive storage platform to the Sharjah Government Media Bureau (SMGB) in the United Arab Emirates. The new system provides unified, one-touch workflow access allowing SMGB to expand its activities and meet its goal of migrating to 4K UHD.

Tags: EditShare | Sharjah Government | Sharjah Government Media Bureau | UAE | UHD | storage | editing system | storage platform | media workflows | SMGB | asset management | Maher Kazmouz | Broadcast Solutions Middle East | Laurent Mairet | Said Bacho | MKM Marcomms
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PHABRIX launches QxP and ndash; The portable QxL Posted: 10/08/2022
PHABRIX launches QxP and ndash; The portable QxL

PHABRIX, a broadcast test & measurement innovator, has announced the launch of a portable Qx Series instrument in the form of the brand new QxP. Inheriting the flexible architecture and extensive workflow support of the acclaimed QxL rasterizer, the QxP – which will be shown on booth 10.C01 at IBC 2022 (September 9-12, Amsterdam RAI) – incorporates a 3RU multi-touch 1920 x 1200 7” LCD screen and is equally at home on-set in SDR/HDR, grading and shading applications, as well as in QC, MCR, engineering and R&D environments.

Tags: PHABRIX | Test and Measurement | QxP | Portable QxL | Rasterizer | Multi-Touch LCD Screen | SDR/HDR | QC | MCR | IP Workflows | HD | UHD | SDR | HDR | SDI | IP
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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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PHABRIX to showcase new Qx Series portable rasterizer and Qx QxL Series software release at IBC 2022 Posted: 01/08/2022
PHABRIX to showcase new Qx Series portable rasterizer and Qx QxL Series software release at IBC 2022

PHABRIX has announced that it will be presenting multiple new hardware and software releases in its industry-leading range of T&M tools at IBC 2022 on stand 10.C01 (Amsterdam RAI, 9-12 September). Headlining the roll-call of new innovations is a portable addition to the Qx Series rasterizers in the form of the 3RU QxP, while NoVNC browser-based remote access and improved audio functionality are among the features of the latest software release (V4.7) for the Qx and QxL Series rasterizers.

Tags: PHABRIX | test&measurement | Qx | Sx | QxP | UHD | IBC2022 | IBC22 | IBCShow | QxL | SDR | HDR | SDI | IBC 2022
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PHABRIX adds noVNC, 4x 2110 audio flow and new group audio mode analysis support to Qx QxL rasterizers plus EUHD formats to the QxL Posted: 25/07/2022
PHABRIX adds noVNC, 4x 2110 audio flow and new group audio mode analysis support to Qx QxL rasterizers plus EUHD formats to the QxL

Broadcast test & measurement innovator PHABRIX is pleased to announce the inclusion of browser-based remote access and improved audio functionality in the latest release (V4.7) for its Qx and QxL Series rasterizers. The newest update – which will be showcased at the IBC Show 2022 in September (stand 10.C01) – also offers an optional EUHD License for the QxL Series, enabling the units to generate and receive ST 2110-20 flows (up to 4K60P 444:12-bit) simultaneously.

Tags: PHABRIX | Qx | QxL | Test and Measurement | T&M | Rasterizers | noVNC | ST 2110-20 | ST2022-6 | IP-2110 | extended EUHD license | IBC | IBC Show | IBC 2022
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PHABRIX to showcase updated rasterizers at first Media Production and Technology Show for three years Posted: 05/05/2022
PHABRIX to showcase updated rasterizers at first Media Production and amp; Technology Show for three years

PHABRIX, a broadcast test & measurement innovator, has announced that it will present the latest developments in its Qx/QxL and Sx Series products at the 2022 edition of The Media Production & Technology Show (MPTS). A mainstay of the UK media technology calendar, this year’s MPTS will take place at Olympia London on 11 & 12 May. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it will be the first time the event has taken place since 2019, when it acquired BVE and became the UK’s largest broadcast show.

Tags: PHABRIX | Media Production & Technology Show | MPTS | Test & Measurement | Rasterizer | Handheld Instruments | Qx | QxL | Sx Series | Workflows | Audio | AMWA | NMOS | EUHD | Dolby | SMPTE
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PHABRIX QxL Series used in NVIDIA Rivermax SDK for independent solutions testing and analysis Posted: 19/04/2022
PHABRIX QxL Series used in NVIDIA Rivermax SDK for independent solutions testing and analysis

PHABRIX, a broadcast test and measurement innovator, has announced that its QxL rasterizer series, including NMOS analysis tools and the Extended Ultra High Definition (EUHD) option, are being used extensively in the NVIDIA Rivermax SDK. The QxL Series has been deployed by NVIDIA Rivermax during new product development to ensure compliance with all of the reference standards, including SMPTE ST 2110, and to independently validate timing and tool chains.

Tags: PHABRIX | QxL | Test and Measurement | NVIDIA | NVIDIA Rivermax SDK | EUHD | SMPTE ST 2110 | AMWA | NMOS
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Interra Systems BATON Now Supports Netflix Non-Branded Delivery Specifications Version 9.2 Posted: 01/04/2022
Interra Systems BATON Now Supports Netflix Non-Branded Delivery Specifications Version 9.2

Interra Systems, a leading provider of content QC, monitoring, and analysis solutions to the digital media industry, today announced that test plans for its BATON solution have been upgraded to comply with Version 9.2 of Netflix's Non-Branded Delivery Specifications. With the update, media professionals can use a set of presets based on Netflix's latest specifications to easily play, inspect, and verify HD/UHD/2K/4K IMF, SD/HD/UHD Apple ProRes, and alternate-language audio content, speeding up the turnaround of high-quality content to content delivery partners.

Tags: QC | HD/UHD/2K/4K IMF | 4K | HDR | AI | Video on Demand Cloud / On-premises | Subtitles | Netflix | Captioning
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AVIWEST Streamlines Live Video Contribution at NAB Show Posted: 18/03/2022
AVIWEST Streamlines Live Video Contribution at NAB Show

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, recently acquired by Haivision — a leading global provider of mission-critical, real-time video streaming and networking solutions — will showcase several new solutions and enhancements at the 2022 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Using AVIWEST's advanced video contribution platform, broadcasters can capture and deliver live 4K, multi-HD, HD, and SD video over multiple unmanaged IP networks, including bonded 5G/4G cellular, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite links. AVIWEST's solutions are globally deployed and have received two Technology & Engineering Emmy® Awards, one of the highest accolades awarded to companies in the broadcast industry.

Tags: 4K/UHD | Remote production | 5G | Cloud | bonded 5G/4G cellular | unmanaged IP networks | video contribution | video streaming | NAB 2022
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AVIWEST Leads DEEPTEC Project to Demonstrate Green Live-Event Coverage and Delivery Using 5G and Cloud Posted: 27/01/2022
AVIWEST Leads DEEPTEC Project to Demonstrate Green Live-Event Coverage and Delivery Using 5G and Cloud

AVIWEST, a leading provider of live video contribution solutions, today joins the DEEPTEC project consortium with TDF and IETR (Institut d'Electronique et des Technologies du numéRique) to develop a sustainable and fully virtualized live streaming workflow over 5G networks. Delivery over Energy-Efficient Processing and Transcoding in Edge Computing (DEEPTEC) is a two-year collaborative project supported by the Images & Réseaux team (the competitive cluster for digital innovation in the Pays de la Loire and Brittany regions), funded by the Brittany region and the Metropole of Rennes.

Tags: DEEPTEC | 5G networks | Live Production | 4K | UHD | Multi-Access Edge Computing | Environment
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Riedels MediorNet MicroN UHD Provides Decentralized Signal Routing in Studio Berlins New U10 Truck Posted: 27/01/2022
Riedels MediorNet MicroN UHD Provides Decentralized Signal Routing in Studio Berlins New and Uuml;10 Truck

Riedel Communications today announced that Studio Berlin, a German live TV production solutions provider, has deployed the company's MediorNet MicroN UHD media distribution and processing solution in its new Ü10 UHD/HDR OB van. Featuring a unique two-vehicle design that enables production crews to maintain social distancing, the Ü10 is outfitted with 38 Riedel MicroN UHD modules for decentralized signal routing.

Tags: Media Distribution | Outside Broadcast | Signal Routing | Signal Processing | Decentralized Routing | MicroN UHD
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NEP UK and Imagine Communications Partner in Effort to Continue to Capitalize on the Demand for High-quality Live Premium Sports Coverage Posted: 11/11/2021
NEP UK and Imagine Communications Partner in Effort to Continue to Capitalize on the Demand for High-quality Live Premium Sports Coverage

As the demand for high-definition coverage of live sports continues, NEP UK has worked with Imagine Communications to deliver this increased level of quality to their viewers.

Imagine Communications has supplied multiple Selenio™ Network Processor (SNP) appliances to NEP UK, the UK division of the media technology partner for content creators around the globe. NEP UK installed the SNPs in four of their largest outside broadcast trucks, in order to provide a seamless, automated workflow for delivering 4K and UHD, HD, standard (SDR) and high dynamic range (HDR) signals.

Tags: Imagine Communications | NEP | Chris Cannon | Mathias Eckert | live sports | sports | sports coverage | UK | SNP | Selenio | high-density signal | signal conversion | OB | outside broadcast | OB truck | UHD | HD output | premium sports | IP | MKM Marcomms
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NHL goes all in on UHD with help from AWS Posted: 27/10/2021
NHL goes all in on UHD with help from AWS

Fans can now get a clearer, real-time view of what’s happening on the ice through the NHL’s new UHD-enhanced video production pipeline. NHL’s recent technology infrastructure update, which includes the addition of several AWS Elemental Link UHD cloud contribution encoders across 32 NHL arenas, provides innovative viewer experiences. 

Tags: UHD Video | NHL | Hockey | Sports Production | Sports Streaming | Sports Broadcast | Encoding | Cloud
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LYNX Technik Enhances greenMachine Features for HDR Evie+ and Testor Configurations Posted: 25/10/2021
LYNX Technik Enhances greenMachine Features for HDR Evie+ and Testor Configurations

LYNX Technik takes the approach to continuously build on the usability and functionality of its products to offer its customers and partners enhanced features on its robust and high quality platforms.

Tags: greenMachine | yellobrik | LYNX Technik | frame synchronizer | HDR Evie+ | 4K UHD | quad-channel | HDR to SDR conversion
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