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Four Top-End Vision Production Switchers for the SD to HD Transition

The main concept of a professional vision mixer is the bus, basically a row of buttons with each button representing a video source. Pressing such a button will set the video out of that bus. Older video mixers had two equivalent busses (called the A and B bus, such a mixer is known as an A/B mixer). One of these busses could be selected as the main out (or program) bus. Most modern mixers, however, have one bus that is always the program bus, the second main bus being the preview bus. These mixers are called flip-flop mixers, since the selected source of the preview and program busses can be exchanged. Both preview and program bus usually have their own video monitor.
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Four Top-End Vision Production Switchers for the SD to HD Transition

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Sony builds one of the world’s first 3D Outside Broadcast trucks

Sony Professional Europe confirmed that it has been selected by BSkyB (Sky) and Telegenic to design and build one of the world’s first 3D Outside Broadcast (OB) trucks, due for delivery in April 2010. Sky, Telegenic and Sony have been working together to develop a next generation outside broadcast vehicle that will deliver new production methods to produce immersive live content in 3D.
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Sony builds one of the world’s first 3D Outside Broadcast trucks
Fairlight and Media Logic to help ARD and ZDF produce Gold Standard Winter Olympic Games Coverage

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Snell at BVE 2010

Snell will showcase a rich array of solutions for creation, management, and distribution of content, all designed to ease broadcasters' transition to digital, HDTV, and 3Gb/s operations.
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Snell at BVE 2010

Broadcast Pix Introduces Slate Portable

Broadcast Pix™ today announced Slate Portable, a new system for live video production on location. Designed for quick setup on a table or other work surface, Slate Portable provides all the power of a Slate™ video production system in a compact, cost effective, all-in-one unit, including: HD/SD production switcher, multi-view monitoring, clip stores, graphics system with Harris Inscriber CG, Fluent™ workflow software, and format and aspect conversion for 1080i, 720p, SD, and analog. It is available now.
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Broadcast Pix Introduces Slate Portable

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London 2012, ESPN, Eurosport, AEG, Octagon, Perform, FISU, HBS...

The Paris Global Sports Industry Summit brings together a powerful community of leaders who are setting the agenda for the international sports industry. The summit is focusing on world economic crisis influence on the sport industry and on the tension between tradition and innovation in sport as the industry looks to expand while staying true to its roots.
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London 2012, ESPN, Eurosport, AEG, Octagon, Perform, FISU, HBS...

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Surround Sound Mixing Consoles

Multichannel audio is the name for a variety of techniques for expanding and enriching the sound of audio playback by recording additional sound channels that can be reproduced on additional speakers. Surround sound refers to the application of multichannel audio to channels "surrounding" the audience (generally some combination of left surround, right surround, and back surround) as opposed to "screen channels" (center, [front] left, and [front] right).
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Surround Sound Mixing Consoles

Swiss Television to broadcast the Games with STAGETEC

Three Billion worldwide television viewers, 10.000 media representatives, 5.500 athletes and officials – the 21st Olympic Wintergames are going to beat any records. Swiss Television SRG Suisse will report 16 hours per day from both Olympic sites, Vancouver and Whistler (Canada). To do so, the Swiss broadcasters have again opted for audio equipment provided by German pro-audio-specialist Salzbrenner Stagetec Mediagroup.
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Swiss Television to broadcast the Games with STAGETEC

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Omneon to Provide Media Storage, Processing, and Distribution Platform for NBC's Coverage of Upcoming Winter Games in Vancouver

Omneon Inc. has been selected to provide storage, processing, and a high-speed content distribution platform to support NBC's live HD production workflow and to streamline delivery of all Internet and VOD content during the network's coverage of the XXI Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, Feb. 12-28, 2010. The announcement was made today by David Mazza, senior vice president, engineering, NBC Olympics and Geoff Stedman, senior vice president of marketing and business development, Omneon.
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Omneon to Provide Media Storage, Processing, and Distribution Platform for NBC's Coverage of Upcoming Winter Games in Vancouver
Teracue IPTV Encoder and Decoder at the Olympic Games in Vancouver

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New Year's Ski-Jumping in Garmisch with EV XLD

The Four Hills Tournament is the ski-jumping equivalent of Wimbledon: the supreme highlight of the entire season, followed avidly by enthusiasts throughout the world. This latest (58th) edition of the tournament, ski-jumping's unofficial world championship, ran from the 29th December 2009 to the 6th January 2010 and comprised four competitions on four different slopes.
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New Year's Ski-Jumping in Garmisch with EV XLD

Telecast Fiber Systems and Lighthouse Jumbovision Power World-Class HD Video Display Installation at American Airlines Center

Thanks to state-of-the-art fiber optic transport gear from Telecast Fiber Systems, a dazzling new array of 23 Lighthouse LED video screens in the American Airlines Center is giving the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars even more to cheer about. Telecast's Python II™ and Rattler™ HD/SDI fiber transmit/receive systems seamlessly transmit all video feeds for the installation, which boasts the only 1920 x 1080 high-definition (HD) video screens in an NBA or NHL facility and ensures broadcast-studio-quality HD viewing for every seat in the house.
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Telecast Fiber Systems and Lighthouse Jumbovision Power World-Class HD Video Display Installation at American Airlines Center

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i-movix Adds New Features to Popular SprintCam® V3 HD UltraMotion Solution

I-MOVIX today announced it has set an April 2010 release date for a significantly enhanced version of its SprintCam® V3 HD ultra-slow-motion system. New features include, among others, a wider range of available frame rates (from 150 to 2,000 fps) with instant replay, simultaneous capture and record, built-in intercom, and integration of both live- and replay-view on the viewfinder.
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i-movix Adds New Features to Popular SprintCam® V3 HD UltraMotion Solution

Unitecnic supplies new IMAGINA US production centre with high definition technology

The engineering company Unitec is a pioneer in the design of technical projects and work-flow in HD and has supplied the new production centre for IMAGINA US, situated in Miami (USA), with high definition technology. The new 1000 square metre building split between 3 studios are operated from any of the two control centres and are equipped for high definition production with one fully equipped multi-copy production studio, 3 editing rooms, a protocols room and two commentary booths.
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Unitecnic supplies new IMAGINA US production centre with high definition technology

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