SMPTE Time Code started off in the 1970s and has evolved yet in some ways remained unchanged. It is key to electronic video editing, and has found application in many other fields and industries including live events. This is Armin Van Buren explaining how he uses SMPTE timecode in his live DJ sets.
The more we push technology, the more we demand form timecode, so now there is the TLX project (Time Label, eXtensible) which seeks to define a new labelling system.
The webinar will provide an overview of the emerging design, and is intended to provide a preview for potential users, and to encourage participation by those with expertise to offer.
Peter Symes, the host, covers:
The history of timing
What SMPTE ST 12 is and its evolution
The concept of TLX
Use of PTP & provision for extensibility
What types of data can TLX convey
Watch now to hone your knowledge of the SMPTE timecode that already exists and to get ready to understand TLX.
With all manner of entertainment using the moniker “immersive”, what does this mean with regard to audio?
This webcast will describe what immersive audio is, why it is so cool, and what makes it vital to the industry. Brian Vessa from Sony Pictures Entertainment will take a deep dive into ST 2098-1, which defines immersive audio metadata and is the first document in the suite of SMPTE immersive audio standards.
Since the introduction of immersive audio to the cinema, SMPTE has been working to create standards to foster interoperability between the many variations of playback systems and the many variations in mixing tools. A number of standards documents have been created that address different aspects of the problem.
The SMPTE ST 2110 Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks suite of standards is a major contributing factor in the movement toward one common internet protocol (IP)-based mechanism for the professional media industries. The foundation for SMPTE ST 2110 standards is Video Services Forum (VSF) Technical Recommendation for Transport of Uncompressed Elementary Stream Media Over IP (TR-03). The SMPTE ST 2110 standards suite specifies the carriage, synchronization, and description of separate elementary essence streams over IP for real-time production, playout, and other professional media applications.
In this free webinar from IEEE, you’ll gain the knowledge you need to help your company make the most of SMPTE ST 2110, a critical enabler of fully internet protocol (IP)-based operations.
Joel E. Welch, Director of Education, SMPTE
Thomas Bause Mason, Director of Standards Development, SMPTE
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