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Web Control of Farms
Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Sitting in a Las Vegas bar and talking to Old MacDonald about his Farm would be an ideal way to start a newspaper article about Farms in the 1970s. We’d probably talk about the latest tractors and what amazing mechanical gadget can be attached to them: We are living in 2014 and not 1970 and we k...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
QC control within file-based workflows – an EBU update
Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014
At AmberFin, Quality Control (QC) has always been close to our hearts. Media files must always be fit for purpose – when they are not they quickly become toxic and can be highly destructive within any file-based workflow: The EBU shares our point of view- QC is key. “Broadcasters moving to file-...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
QC control within file-based workflows – an EBU update
Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014
At AmberFin, Quality Control (QC) has always been close to our hearts. Media files must always be fit for purpose – when they are not they quickly become toxic and can be highly destructive within any file-based workflow: The EBU shares our point of view- QC is key. “Broadcasters moving to file-...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
#DPPIOD – The Digital Production Partnership Interoperability Day (what, no HEVC?)
Posted: Friday, March 14, 2014
This week say another Digital Production PartnershipInteroperability Day. It was bigger and better than all the ones that went before. More importantly it seems that interoperability is going beyond simple video and audio and is including themetadata that is exchanged along with the file: We’re ...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
What is MAM (Media Asset Management)?
Posted: Thursday, March 06, 2014
Media Asset Management systems (or MAM as they have become known) is an area that has generated substantial interest in recent times. But what exactly is MAM and what does it mean to broadcasters and media facilities? To attempt to answer this thorny question, we surveyed the major MAM vendors t...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
Valentine’s Day News - Broadcast loves IP
Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014
2 days of presenting the SMPTE Seminars in the UK with the excellent Ben Davenport and we can announce that it’s conclusive. Broadcast loves IP: The SMPTE seminars in London and Manchester were well attended and generated a lively debate on the merits of using IP and IT technology in broadcast w...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
2 Things Rafael Nadal can teach us about file based workflow.
Posted: Tuesday, January 28, 2014
I love tennis. I remember being able to play and I remember what winning felt like. Ok, so junior tennis in Melbourne in the 1970s is a long long way from the Australian Open, but watchingRafael Nadal in the last couple of rounds of the tournament reminded me of a couple of things that I come ac...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
5 Reasons why we need more than ultra HD to save TV
Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
If you were lucky (or unlucky) enough to get to CES in Las Vegas this year, then you will know that UHD (Ultra High Definition TV) was the talking point of the show. By and large the staff on the booths were there to sell UHD TVs as pieces of furniture and few of them know the techno-commercial ...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
Does it take you 1/2 million years to test your workflow?
Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
It is now obligatory to start every broadcast technology blog post, article or presentation with a statement reminding us that we are now living in a multi-format, multi-platform world, where consumers want to view the content they choose, when they want it, where they want it, on the device the...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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A Year in The Life of DPP (Digital Production Partnership)
Posted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
As the saying goes, a week in politics can be a very long time. Similarly, the last year in the life of the Digital Production Partnership (DPP) has seen a very great deal of evolutionary progression, all of which will have a positive and long-lasting impact on the broadcast industry: Believe it...
Posted by Bruce Devlin

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