Andy Stout, SVG Europe Editorial Director

Andy Stout, SVG Europe Editorial Director

Recent Posts by Andy Stout, SVG Europe Editorial Director

SVG Europe Reports on EVS Deal with OBS for 2012 Games

EVS has inked a major deal with Olympic Broadcasting Services to supply kit to drive much of the live and near-live production infrastructure for London 2012, including camera and multiple feed recording, live replays, slow-mo and on-the-fly editing solutions, central media archive, advanced content management and media sharing workflow systems. And there will also be […]  More

TC Electronic Releases Cross-Platform Broadcast Processors

Both the new DB4 MKII and DB8 MKII from TC Electronic conform to new EBU, ATSC and ITU Loudness and true-peak level standards across all platforms and all formats. “The broadcast world’s highest resolution, lowest latency and lowest distortion comes complimentary with DB4 MKII and DB8 MKII,” says the company. The new MKII versions feature […]  More

American Mobile Gears up with TRUE Systems Preamps

Chris Shepard at American Mobile has been using Sennheiser-distributed TRUE preamplifiers to record some of the biggest live concert experiences around America since 2002, when many of today’s popular music festivals were just getting started. To date, Shepard has amassed no less than 130 channels of TRUE preamplification in the American Mobile Recording Truck and […]  More

NAB 2011: Vizrt to Employ AMD Professional Graphics for Video Wall Display

Vizrt has tested and certified AMD’s ATI FirePro V9800 professional graphics card for use with its Viz Engine 3.5 real-time rendering engine and Viz Video Wall ER display content solution. To demonstrate the synergy between these technologies, Vizrt will use ATI FirePro V9800 graphics cards to power its Viz Video Wall ER presentation at its […]  More

Nab 2011: Utah Scientific and Sisvel Technology to Demo 2D Compatible 3D

Utah Scientific (booth N4511) and Sisvel Technology (booth N4618) will be demonstrating a new form of 3D broadcasting at NAB that the companies say is fully compatible with 2D television displays, allowing 3D and 2D viewing of a single broadcast stream. This is made possible by 3D Tile Format, a technique for formatting stereoscopic images […]  More

NAB 2011: SES World Skies Inks Multiple Agreements

It has been a busy, productive year so far for SES World Skies, which has signed multiple contracts to expand its services to both government and broadcasters. These include a capacity-extension agreement with TIBA to enable the distribution of an expanding channel lineup across Latin America through 2030 and a multiyear, multitransponder agreement that covers […]  More

NAB 2011: Aspera’s Fasp Technology Speeds File Transfer

California developer Aspera’s fasp transfer technology eliminates the fundamental bottlenecks of conventional file-transfer technologies — FTP, HTTP, Windows CIFS — and dramatically speeds transfers over public and private IP networks. Users have control over individual transfer rates, bandwidth sharing, and full visibility into bandwidth utilisation, while file-transfer times can be guaranteed, regardless of the distance […]  More

NAB 2011: Masstech To Showcase New Emerald System

Masstech will launch Emerald version 7.5 LE (Lite Edition) at the NAB Show in April. The company says the system shatters conventions to make LTO tape archiving, high-speed transcoding, and content management more widely accessible to the mainstream broadcast market. In keeping pace with the challenges of today’s evolving ecosystem, a turnkey Emerald is competitively priced […]  More

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