This on-demand webinar brings together Nighel Walley from Decipher, Paul Gagnon from IHS Markt, to talk all things CES with David Mercer from Strategy Analytics and Justin Lebbon from Mediatel events.
CES is used as a barometer of things to come and things that are on the way out and has a strong link into parts of the broadcast industry. At the end of the day, people change and technology changes; whatever your company, if you don’t change to suit, then you’ll be out of business.
So what’s hot and what’s off the boil this year? Find out as they cover 5G, 4K, AI, Screen tech and much more.
Thierry Fautier, speaking at SMPTE 2017, explains the planned advances in Codecs for the next 5 years explaining the new techniques and likely future abilities of the different codecs. Based on his technical paper, Thierry explains efforts to ‘boost’ HEVC and, in the future JVET which complements his comprehensive look across VP9, HEVC, AVC, JVET and AV1.
In the past few years, the industry has been trying to improve the end user experience to have a higher spatial (pixels), temporal (framerate) and spectral (bitdepth) resolution.
This talk from Vimeo’s Vittorio Giovara and Ronald Bultje from Two Orioles will explore the high-bitdepth element of this improved user experience. Technically, this is usually referred to as 10-bit video, since, historically, the video user experience has been largely based on a 8-bit world. We will explain marketing terms like HDR, UHDTV, explore high bitdepth-support in commonly used video coding software, and showcase how these work together to improve your video coding efficiency and end user experience.
Held a couple of months before SMPTE 2110 was ratified at IBC, this panel discussion with Riedel, Evertz, EVS and Grass Valley looks at the state of SDI and IP: Which technologies are relevant now and which will win in the long run?
The conversation covers these topics and more:
12G Vs 3G SDI
Versions of UHD SDI
When should a vendor implement IP?
Will the future include compression?
How do you handle variable latencies with compression?
With the first all-IP and 12G-SDI OB trucks beginning to hit the road, and an increasing number of broadcast centres implementing comprehensive IP-based or hybrid infrastructures, this discussion will focus on the issue of connectivity and whether it is advantageous to use SDI or IP infrastructures – or indeed hybrid approaches utilising both. This panel discussion discussed the imperatives behind this dramatic technological change, the challenges that it presents, and the probable roadmap for the next few years. There will also be analysis of current industry initiatives such as AIMS and the ways in which these can help smooth the transition.
This Panel was part of the Broadcast Innovation Day hold by Broadcast Solutions GmbH.
Laurent Petit, VP Products, EVS
Simon Reed, Managing Director, Evertz UK
Thomas Riedel, CEO, RIEDEL Communications GmbH & Co. KG
Phil Myers, Former IP Product Manager, Grass Valley (formerly Snell Advanced Media (SAM))
Moderation: David Davies, Managing Editor, SVG Europe
Mark Schubin presents a talk on why 4K lenses are relevant to HD productions. Starting by discussing whether there is a fixed ‘Television Viewing Distance’ and whether people can see 4K, he continues to discuss the importance of contrast in the ability of humans to see fine detail. Mark looks at Mean Transfer Curves which show that higher resolution lenses allow much more contrast at HD resolutions.
This talk was given at NAB 2018 at the Fujinon stand.
This joint webinar from the IABM and V-Nova, will dive into the current state of the compression market, exploring new technologies and assessing compression costs and benefits to broadcasters, operators and OTT providers.
“More with less,” this has always been the compression mantra since the beginning. With the rise of new media and the emergence of immersive formats such as UHD and VR, compression vendors have been again asked to deliver better quality at a reduced bit-rate.
Industry trends driving demand for improved video compression
Shift from hardware to software (and virtualisation) – impact on compression vendors and benefits for operators
The benefits of next-generation video compression for AVOD and SVOD services. What are the dynamics? How much of an effect can it have on a streaming video business?
The rise of AI – how artificial intelligence can improve compression economics
Immersive formats – UHD/VR demand by end-users; economics of delivering these formats and how best to do so
HEVC, AV1 and PERSEUS Plus – the various factors dictating what codec to choose and in which scenarios they have most value
Date: 13th June 2018, 14:00 BST
DVB-DASH, for the delivery of TV content via HTTP adaptive streaming, provides a profile of features defined in the MPEG DASH specification. The latest revision of DVB-DASH, published by ETSI in March 2018, adds features related to UHD.
This webinar will have three sections:
General introduction to DVB-DASH (TS 103 285 1.2.1)
DVB-DASH player conformance points (TS 101 154 2.4.1)
Deployments and use cases
Those following the webinar live will have an opportunity to post questions to the presenters.
Simon Waller, Chief Standards Engineer at Samsung Electronics Research Institute UK
Chris Poole, Lead Research Engineer at BBC R&D
Martin Schmalohr, Researcher at IRT
NEW Date: Thursday May 17th, 2018 – 17:00 GMT / 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET / 8 PM CET
Streaming Media’s Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen leads a leading panel in a discussion of the latest codecs, delivery protocols, and cloud workflows for live streaming.
• Why ultra-low latency is crucial for a good user experience
• Achieving 4K/UHD video quality at scale
• Best practices for selecting an enterprise live streaming platform
• How to achieve low latency, reduce bandwidth, and improve QoE using content-aware encoding
• The latest advances in video compression
• Tips for leveraging your videoconferencing infrastructure for enterprise live streaming
• The benefits of working with an events services team for successful town halls and all-hands events
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This Webinar covers Ultra-High Definition (UHD) Television and related technologies such as Higher Dynamic Range (HDR), Higher Frame Rates (HFR) and Next Generation Audio (NGA) in distribution.
What is the impact of Higher Frame Rates? What about Higher Dynamic Range? The German Institut für Rundfunktechnik (IRT) was involved in various subjective tests for HDR and HFR, and the IRT’s Dagmar Driesnack will cover those findings in her presentation.
Both features are also included in the latest DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) receiver specification. Virginie Drugeon will present on DVB’s updated audio-visual coding specification, TS 101 154, which adds support for HDR, HFR and Next-Gen Audio.
UHD Features and Tests – Dagmar Driesnack
UHD in DVB Distribution Standards – Virginie Drugeon
What is next? – Interactive session with Dagmar Driesnack and Virginie Drugeon
Dagmar Driesnack, IRT, EBU Strategic Programme for Video Systems Co-Chair
Virginie Drugeon, Panasonic, DVB TM-AVC Working Group Chair