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Blackmagic Design announced ATEM Constellation 8K a major new high end live production switcher with 8K capability that lets customers create content for the next generation of the television industry. ATEM Constellation 8K is available immediately from Blackmagic Design
resellers worldwide for US$9,995.
Blackmagic Design announced HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR, a new innovative broadcast deck with advanced H.265 8K recording combined with touch screen user interface and traditional broadcast deck controls. HyperDeck Extreme 8K HDR will be available in June 2019 from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide for US$4,995.
At NAB2019, AJA announced new solutions and updates that streamline how broadcast, production, post and AV professionals bring audiences dynamic, multi-format content, including the new Ki Pro GO H.264 multi-channel HD/SD recorder/player.
Vislink Technologies Unveils Integrated 4K Wireless Camera Transmitter for Sony's New Multi-Format Live Camera System
Vislink Technologies (Nasdaq:VISL) introduces its INCAM-HS integrated wireless camera transmitter, which is built into Sony’s new HDC-5500 4K multi-format live camera system. Vislink Technologies’ INCAM-HS provides full HEVC 4K UHD broadcast-quality encoding as well as 1080p, 1080i and 720p resolutions, plus built-in wireless camera control and HDR support. This solution is on display at the 2019 NAB Show (Vislink Booth C6008, Sony Electronics Booth C11001).
NewTek announced today it is collaborating with Sony to bring the BRC-X400, Sony’s latest 4K Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Camera to market with support for NDI®|HX, the key technology behind the world’s largest and fastest growing community of IP video products. Sony is a clear leader in the global transition to IP-based technologies with decades of experience building revolutionary broadcast systems. Customer demand for NDI led to a close cooperation between Sony and NewTek to add NDI|HX capability to its latest BRC-X400, Sony’s first IP 4K PTZ camera delivering 4K30p high picture quality, powerful 80x zoom in FHD with Clear Image Zoom, Tele Convert Mode and support vast range of camera control protocols including 700 Protocol, CGI as well as VISCA/VISCA over IP. The model comes with broadcast-friendly features such as tally lamps and genlock supports and ensure efficient live production set-up by power supply, image output, camera controls, all over a single Ethernet cable.
Swiss production and broadcast company tpc, part of the major Swiss public media business SRG SSR, is building a news, sport and technology center in Zurich. This all-IP center, built around the SMPTE ST 2110 family of standards, will use the Selenio™ Network Processor (SNP) from Imagine Communications to provide advanced IP-to-IP video and audio processing, as well as conversion between legacy SDI feeds and equipment and the newly built IP infrastructure.
NAB2019, 6-11 April, Booth SL8716: Cinegy, the global leader for broadcast playout software in the cloud, has announced that its whole entire product line-up is now 8K capable – including a number of new, 8K-ready products that take Cinegy into enterprise, IT and professional AV markets.
AJA Video Systems is now shipping two new SMPTE ST 2110 IP video Mini-Converters. The IPR-10G2-HDMI and IPR-10G2-SDI are compact, quiet and powerful video and audio receivers that are capable of bridging 10-bit HD IP video signals to HDMI and SDI. Both models are equipped with dual 10 GigE SFP+ cages for hitless switching, providing redundancy protection in critical distribution and monitoring applications.
Sonoran Video Systems Announces Support for 12G-SDI Playback with AJA KONA 5 on Coyote S12G Playback Servers
Sonoran Video Systems announced support for broadcast-quality 12G-SDI playback with the integration of AJA’s KONA 5 PCIe I/O card within the Coyote S12G Playback Server.
Italian public broadcaster RAI will start broadcasting 8K content in 2020, starting with the Tokyo Olympics, making it the first broadcaster in Europe to use the technology. A preview of the broadcaster’s plans was made at a conference in Rome, during which several examples of productions in 4K and 8K were presented to the public.
AJA Video Systems today announced that post production software developer SGO has integrated AJA KONA 5 audio and video I/O cards into its full finishing and workflow solution Mistika Ultima, providing simplified and optimized 8K production for broadcast clients.Already deployed for live 8K broadcasts in Asia, the new Mistika Ultima 8K System provides a real-time finishing workflow for 8K Full UHD at 60p, even with uncompressed formats. It comprises an AJA KONA 5 card with 12G-SDI I/O connectivity, Mistika Ultima software, an HP Z8 workstation, a high performance SGO storage solution and other industry-standard hardware.
At NAB2019 Show slomo.tv will demonstrate the upgraded broadcast grade 4K server Fulcrum AT/12G with an increased number of channels for 3G/HD resolutions: support of 662 and 771 configurations in replay mode and up to 8 channels in recording for NLE! According to numerous clients’ inquiries slomo.tv significantly expanded the capabilities of the server and created a universal system for any task.
Nowadays no high-level sports broadcast can handle without Super Motion cameras. Therefore, all TV companies specializing in sports broadcasting and sports arenas face the issue of finding the optimal solution to «cover» their needs. The number of solutions - server + camera - for these purposes is limited in the market, and in most cases they significantly "hit" the budgets of companies.
Pop-up production and post best describe the flavor of services that FrameTrunk offers its clients. The UK-based company works with broadcasters, production companies and corporations to provide tailored solutions and on-site support for everything from ingest to editorial, cloud-based logging, live streaming, contribution and more. As more clients began to express interest in UltraHD, FrameTrunk revamped its live ingest systems with high-density AJA Corvid 88 video and audio I/O cards, which help manage multiple, high resolution input and output streams.
Sony will be upgrading the capabilities of its next-generation motion picture camera system, VENICE, by introducing High Frame Rate (HFR) shooting, advanced remote-control functionalities and Cooke/i3 and Zeiss extended metadata support, as part of its latest firmware update. Following the recent release of VENICE’s firmware Version 3.0 and the upcoming launch of its Extension System (CBK-3610XS), which was developed in collaboration with James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment and is currently being used to shoot the AVATAR sequels, the latest upgrade will offer filmmakers even greater creative freedom, flexibility and choice.