Recent Posts tagged with IP Production

Grass Valley Unveils High-Density Switcher for IP Production

Further expanding the line of production switchers from Grass Valley, the new GV K-Frame X Video Processing Engine builds upon the power, performance, and flexibility of the current K-Frame by providing customers the added versatility of all SDI, all IP, or mixed SDI and IP board configurations, with no loss of I/O density or production […]  More

Case Study: Imagine Communications Assists VICE Media With IP Production Center Conversion

The ongoing evolution of the broadcast industry requires signal monitoring technology to be more scalable, flexible, and multi-faceted than ever before. That’s why leading broadcast facilities rely on Imagine multiviewers. From modular to integrated router/multiviewer to software-based solutions, Imagine offers a proven, high-performance monitoring system.  More

Pac-12 Networks’ IP-Production Workflow, Internet2 Infrastructure Continue To Grow

Since launching in 2012, Pac-12 Networks has continued to cultivate the IP-enabled at-home-production model that it helped to pioneer. For nearly a half a decade now, Pac-12 Networks has used its multi-campus Internet2 network to send camera and audio feeds from remote productions to its Network Operations Center (NOC) in San Francisco, where centralized control […]  More

Bannister Lake Adopts NewTek NDI for Live IP Production Workflows

broadcast data aggregation and graphics solutions provider Bannister Lake has adopted NewTek’s Network Device Interface (NDI) technology for live IP production workflows over Ethernet networks. With the integration of NDI, Bannister Lake’s software offerings will be recognizable as video sources by other NDI-enabled devices and applications on the same network.  More

ASPEN Solution From Evertz and Sony Is Deployed by NBC Sports

Evertz Microsystems has announced a complete IP production deployment for NBC Sports in collaboration with Sony, at this year’s SVG Summit in New York City.  The IP production solution is based on ASPEN, a framework that provides separated video, audio, and metadata IP flows for NBC Sports’ HD production starting in February 2016.  More

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