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NEP unveils Supershooter 6 truck
Media technology company NEP Group announced that its US broadcast services team released a new mobile unit, Supershooter 6, based on NEP’s broadcast control (TFC).
IP interoperability at NAB: the debate continues
Following the lead of IBC in 2016, the recent NAB exhibition included a demonstration of IP interoperability. Once again, more than 30 vendors showed streams passing seamlessly between different products.
Could JPEG2000 be the future of compression?
Digital video, and the benefit of compression, is so ubiquitous that we no longer think about it, but it is worth considering that every time we process a video signal we are making a compromise.
DVB approves UHD and HDR spec
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) has published phase one of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) new video and audio coding specification enhancing future interoperability for UHD TV broadcasters with HDR.
Using IMF for international distribution: What does that mean?
Speed reading can often lead to misinterpretation. The title of this paper, “USING IMF FOR INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION”, is intentionally ambiguous, hence the subtitle WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? Assuming that you interpret IMF as SMPTE’s Interoperable Mastering Format (1), the ambiguity comes from the word using.