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Mobile production specialist TNDV: Television has set itself apart from many of its competitors through its “a la carte” approach to each project based on customer requests and technical requirements. Following recent purchases of high-end switching and audio production gear, TNDV has acquired a full complement of Sony HDC-4300 cameras that are immediately available on Exclamation, its flagship 53-foot, double-expando 3G/4K mobile truck.
Set to be released at the end of February 2018, the Version 6 firmware upgrade sees the camera gain a new shading mode alongside tally and return video management. Full control of the cameras is also possible from Panasonic’s AK-HRP1000 remote control panel.
MOG Technologies, a worldwide provider of end-to-end solutions for professional media, today announced the release of new versions for both mxfSPEEDRAIL and SKYWATCH platforms. The new versions include the support for innovative formats, codecs and protocols, ensuring high interoperability with social networks.
xG Technology, Inc. a leading provider of wireless video solutions to broadcast, and private mobile broadband networks for critical communications, announced that IMT Vislink's HCAM HEVC 4K Wireless Camera Systems have been successfully deployed in their first live outside broadcast events by Broadcast RF Ltd.("BRF").
One of three new studios which will sit within a vibrant media-focused site, studio TC1 (10,800 sq ft), will be used by broadcasters and independent production companies to produce content ranging from sitcoms and entertainment shows to large live scale productions.
The Acuity production switcher, launched in 2015, is Ross Video’s flagship switcher offering and today Ross is pleased to announce that this production powerhouse has been enhanced with the addition of 12G single-link connectivity and additional video processing resources.
- ATP Media, working with Gearhouse Broadcast successfully tested 4K and 1080p HDR production at the 2017 season ending Nitto ATP Finals, London
- Gearhouse Broadcast incorporated Broadcast Wireless Systems’ new Sapphire HEVC ultra-low delay 4K camera link enabling true 4K wireless cameras to be inter-cut with cabled cameras for the first time
- Dolby Atmos was also incorporated into the demonstration at the flagship tennis finale in London
Shanghai Media Tech runs the full gamut of production activities: pre-production, broadcast, post-production, network operation and maintenance, application development of new media and more. To match its breadth and depth of services, the China-based media company chose Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to provide a fully comprehensive, total 4K/IP solution for its OB van and EFP systems. Shanghai Media Tech’s mobile production units are equipped for any live program or sports event as Asia’s largest all IP, 4K UHD OB vans.
Panasonic initially provided RTS with the AJ-PX 270 Micro P2 to test along with models from competing brands, to replace their ageing equipment. The field reporters on the RTS editorial team had been using the same camcorders for six years, so when it came time to replace them three years ago, the network launched its first call for bids.
Panasonic today release their new GH5S mirrorless camera with amazing low light capabilities. Unleash its full capability by combining it with the Atomos Ninja Inferno 4K monitor / recorder - recording up to DCI 4Kp60 10-bit 4:2:2 over HDMI 2.0 directly into production-ready Apple ProRes or Avid DNxHR on SSD drives.
The accelerating demand for UHD and HDR has until now been hampered by the limited ability of wireless-equipped cameras to transmit vast volumes of raw data, making them almost useless for covering live sport, events, and news in 4K. However, by taking advantage of the extremely efficient, ultra-low delay HEVC SD, HD, and 4K encoding technology built into the AEON-TX transmitter, operators in any wireless application can now transmit 4K UHD video formats up to and including 2160p60.
On 2nd December, Arena TV deployed Domo Broadcast’s AEON 4K transmitter (AEON-TX) coupled with a camera control and fibre system designed and provided by VideoSys to help broadcast a Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester United at Emirates Stadium, London.
Ikegami, has always been at the cutting edge, whilst still holding its reputation of being reliable and robust. In 2016, Ikegami introduced its UHK-430 camera, the world’s first camera with the ability to output an uncompressed 4:4:4 resolution RGB transmission of a 4K video signal.
LYNX Technik AG®, provider of software-defined modular interfaces for broadcast as well as professional AV and industrial signal processing applications, announced that its highly anticipated greenMachine titan platform with 12G processing for 4K/UHD productions is now shipping worldwide.
In August, 12,000 athletes representing universities from around the world gathered in Taipei for the 2017 Summer Universiade. Organized by the International University Sports Federation (FISU), Universiade is the college equivalent of the Olympics, where the highest performing college athletes compete in a range of disciplines from basketball to gymnastics, badminton and beyond. Highlights from each competition this year were broadcast live to TV stations, like Chinese Television System (CTS), distributed via satellite and streamed live on Universiade’s website. The event marked one of the earliest large scale UltraHD sports broadcasts in Asia, with the opening and closing ceremonies broadcast live in UltraHD using AJA technology.