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Do we need reminding just how beneficial DPP can be?
Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Readers of this blog will be aware of its regular focus on the Digital Production Partnership or DPPas it is more commonly known. When terminology such as ‘revolutionary’ and ‘a future broadcast industry cornerstone’ are used to describe a concept it is normally a good indication that all that g...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
The sidecar is dead – long live the sidecar
Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
The DPP (Digital Production Partnership) has “no intention of taking over Europe”, let alone the world, however that has not stopped the world looking on with great interest and, in most cases, with great admiration. Models established for the UK media industry by the DPP will undoubtedly be ado...
Posted by Ben Davenport
The DPP can help you design workflows that work for legacy formats and the future
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
The overriding issue in the development of file-based workflows is the meeting of the worlds of broadcast and IT technology head on. This issue has been discussed in magazines and online for many years. Rather smugly, it has been suggested by many that IT technology is the poor relation compared...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
DPP (Digital Production Partnership): The Creative Revolution
Posted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Like any Hollywood studio worth its salt, the DPP (Digital Production Partnership) knows how to build up a valuable franchise when it sees the opportunity. Released this May, ‘The Creative Revolution’ is the third report to be published by the DPP, and sees the completion of the ‘Revolution Tril...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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Hey granddad – tell us why only French films survived the digital darkness?
Posted: Thursday, July 18, 2013
I can imagine the scene now. I’m sitting on a chair in the forest many years in the future with my grandchildren trying to set fire to things or blow things up (the way they do). I will have just finished watching the director’s cut of “Le magasin des suicides” on my new super-duper 16K head-imp...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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How can countries outside of the UK benefit from the DPP initiative?
Posted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) is a wonderful thing. Not only has it provided the means of creating standards and guidelines for the implementation of common interchange formats, it has also helped the whole UK broadcast industry to come together: So, in the UK the DPP has invested a g...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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Building a business around DPP (Digital Production Partnership)
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Much of what has been said and written recently about the Digital Production Partnership (DPP)centres on the enabling technology and the versatility of the standards created by the organisation. Whilst AmberFin is a company with technology implementation at its heart, we never forget that the te...
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London IT Broadcast Workflow Conference opens with Digital Production Partnership Keynote
Posted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
A good blog helps direct people towards interesting and informative events, and with this in mind please may I draw your attention to this year’s IT Broadcast Workflow conference, which is organized by the team atTVB Europe: The magazine has reported on developments with the Digital Production P...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
3 Steps to using the iCR Segment Track to assist population of Digital Production Partnership Metadata
Posted: Friday, May 24, 2013
There has been a lot of information published recently about the Digital Production Partnership, the standardisation of file delivery in the UK broadcast chain. Indeed I have alluded to it in previous posts, but what was the motivation for UK broadcasters to gather and come up with the specifica...
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Why Delivery Specifications like the Digital Production Partnership Matter
Posted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
I am continually amazed at how, even cost conscious, companies create delivery specifications. When it's done correctly, a good delivery specification reduces costs for the business, improves interoperability, increases reliability, reduces failure rates and might even boost staff morale because...
Posted by Bruce Devlin

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