Video: IP For Media Webcast Part II

Following on from last week’s post part II is here. Wes Simpson looks at use of IP in Remote Production/Remote Integration (REMI) and finished with a panel discussion including Newtek and Grass Valley, a Belden brand.

This video talks about:

  • Why Broadcasters need networking?
  • Typical Live remote sports broadcast roles
  • Overview of video & audio Signal types
  • HDR & Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)
  • Data (metadata, scripts etc)
  • REMI – Remote Integration, AKA ‘Remote Production’ in Europe.
  • Overview of what tasks can be done at base, what still needs to be done ‘on-site’
  • Uncompressed formats summary (SDI, 2022-6, 2110)
  • Slice-based compression
  • Mezzanine compression
  • TR-01 for carrying JPEG 2000 & audio
  • Bonded Cellular
  • Packetloss & FEC (Forward Error Correction)
  • 2022-7 – route diversity
  • Typical delays
  • Plus a panel discussion

 
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Speakers

Wes Simpson Wes Simpson
President,
Telecom Product Consulting
Tom Butts Tom Butts
Content Director,
TV Technology

Webinar: What is Driving Remote Live Productions?


Date: July 10th 2018. 8AM PDT / 11AM EDT / 16:00 BST

Tasked with producing more live coverage with squeezed resources, broadcasters are turning to remote live productions.

This webinar looks at how correctly implemented, remote productions can reduce the movement of people and equipment; increase the utilization of equipment; reduce on-site set-up times; and maximize the efficiency of production teams.

  • Have you worked on remote (@ home) live productions?
  • Are you planning to implement remote (@ home) live productions?
  • Are you looking for new, innovative ways to increase the efficiency and reach of your live production operations?

If so, register today!

Speakers:

Klaus Weber, Principal Camera Solutions & Technology at Grass Valley, a Belden Brand
Larissa Göerner, Strategic Product Manager at Net Insight AB

Meeting: Sports Tech Innovation


With many speakers including from BT Sport, IMG, FA Group this free event looks at emerging production technology and its use in sport. Topics include:

  • AI
  • eSports
  • Remote Production
  • Immersive video (AR, VR, MR, 360 etc.)
  • Graphics Analysis
  • Live Streaming

Register Now for the 21st March

Speakers
  • Andy Beale, Chief Engineer, BT Sport
  • Gareth Capon, CEO, Grabyo
  • Damien Cullen, Senior Video Manager, The FA Group
  • Tim De Marco, Head of Engineering, IMG
  • Dan Finch, CEO, Simplestream
  • Marina Kalkanis, CEO, M2A Media
  • Andrew Preece, Executive Director, Sunset+vine
  • Shane Warden, Director of broadcast and technology, ATP
  • Robin Broomfield, Technical Manager, Sky
  • Nik Selman, MD, Formidable
  • Matt Stagg, Head of Media and Broadcast, EE

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Video: Time Compensated Remote Production in the all-IP world


A look at the principles behind remote production and how to use technology to maximise production quality and financial savings.
Given at NAB2017, Ed Calverly looks at how the current standards work is enabling true end-to-end IP-based production and how standards such as SMPTE ST 2110 enable systems to interoperate in a much more flexible way than was possible with SDI. As an example, during the Euro 2016 soccer tournament a time compensated 2-stage switching solution was frame accurately controlled over a limited-bandwidth link.
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Webinar: Real-time, Remote Production over Commodity Internet


Webinar: Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 11am PT, 18:00 GMT
Capturing and producing content for live events such as sports, news, training or education programs poses unique challenges, and true real-time, remote production has long been an unattainable goal until now. Telestream and IBM Aspera have developed a game-changing, joint solution for high-speed capture and production of live, broadcast quality video from remote locations for faster production turnaround.

    During this webinar, we’ll be discussing:

  • The significant challenges of real-time, remote production
  • How the joint solution works and what it takes to implement
  • The robustness of the solution even though it uses commodity Internet WANs

Presenters:
John Fleenor, Product Manager, Telestream
Mike Flathers, CTO, Aspera, an IBM Company

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