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H265/HEVC What You Need To Know

H264 has been a staple of video production since its inception in 2003, and has now been updated thanks to the new H265/HEVC standard, which promises to be twice as efficient. It is already found in cameras from Panasonic including the CX350, EVA1, GH5 and now the S1. As a result, we wanted to provide an overview of the Codec and what it means for us.

TrueVisions Expands Actus Digital Solution

TrueVisions, Thailands leading cable and satellite television operator, has expanded its Actus Digital video recording and compliance solution in its direct-to-home (DTH) platform.

Leader Unveils New Options For LV5600

Leader Electronics has announced two new 25 GbE options for the LV5600 portable broadcast-quality waveform monitor and its LV7600 rasterising equivalent.

Calrec To Debut VP2 Mixing System In Europe

Calrec Audio is set to debut its new VP2 virtualised mixing system in the European market at this year's IBC Show. Alongside the VP2, the company will also show its audio processing and routing engine, ImPulse core, and its IP Gateway products.

Champions League: why HDR is the next step in sport broadcasting

Last Champions League final was unique not only because of the presence of two English teams. BT Sport broadcaster is launching its HD HDR (high dynamic range) proposition for the match, providing higher contrast, more vivid colours and brighter images to enhance the action alongside a specially filmed HDR promo featuring the band Interpol.

Bluebell Opticom supplies Hawk-eye with bespoke solutions for signal transport over fibre

With the increased uptake in VAR, Hawk-Eye required a robust solution for providing power, transporting video, audio, HDMI and data to pitch-side viewing points where referees can review incidents which occur in the game. Bluebell, the market leader in fibre conversion has supplied bespoke solutions to Hawk-Eye for game-changing Video Assisted Refereeing (VAR) applications for soccer matches.

AJA Releases HDR Image Analyzer v1.1 Update

AJA has released the first free firmware update for its HDR Image Analyzer, introducing a slate of new monitoring and analysis features. New features include: a new Web UI; Remote Desktop support; a UI improvement for HDR/PQ display over DisplayPort; automated color space switching over SDI for SDR/PQ/HLG; out of gamut MAX warning; frame average Light Level (LL) bar; and Vectorscope enhancements.

Clark Media Outfits New Production Trailer With Calrec Artemis Light Console

Clark Medias new 53-foot production trailer, outfitted for native 4K UHD and HD productions, is equipped with Calrec Audios Artemis Light digital broadcast audio console as the centerpiece of its 5.1 mixing suite, the company announced today. The 5.1 mixing console offers the flexibility Clark needs to address a wide range of production needs.

Fxlion NANO ONE 50Wh V-Lock Battery with Multiple Connectors

The Chinese company Fxlion has a long tradition (over 20 years) of manufacturing lithium-ion battery packs. Today, they offer a wide variety of batteries for multiple standards. One of their new products is the NANO ONE compact battery with V-lock mount, which they have announced during this years NAB. The Fxlion NANO ONE is a new, compact battery with V-lock mount and a variety of other powering inputs and outputs, like USB type-C, USB type-A, micro USB, and D-tap.

Over 233 Million 4K TVs to Ship in 2024, with 8K on the Horizon: ABI Research

As worldwide TV household penetration is quite saturated, the flat panel TV market has been driven by consumer adoption of TVs with higher resolution, larger screen size, and connected and integrated applications and services. While flat panel TV makers have announced 8K TV sets, it is the 4K TV market that will continue to grow to cement its place as the mainstream TV format over the next few years. ABI Research, a global tech market advisory firm, forecasts that 4K flat panel TV shipments will grow at 13 percent CAGR to reach 233 million in 2024.

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