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The Future of Ingest
Posted: Wednesday, February 10, 2016
With the move to the cloud and IP streams progressively replacing baseband signals, ingest is back at the heart of strategic discussions. Discover how the transition to IP enables new-generation workflows!
Posted by Matthieu Fasani
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The rumours of Timecode’s death are highly exaggerated
Posted: Friday, September 11, 2015
No matter how much Junior hates Timecode (and his dad’s incessant teaching of it), it may just be here to stay.
Posted by Bruce Devlin
SDI or IP - How UHDTV will change the connectivity landscape
Posted: Wednesday, August 26, 2015
SDI is like flies. A necessary part of the food chain that generates a great deal of revenue, but in a modern IP-based world, you kind of feel that there should be a way to do without it. In fact, are there any real technical or commercial benefits left in SDI? I wonder…
Posted by Bruce Devlin
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What’s really going on in the industry?
Posted: Thursday, August 13, 2015
IBC’s approaching and your inbox is full of stories about the latest drone-mounted 3ME switcher for 4K sports production and other impossible products. Maybe what you need is a good earth spike to find out what’s really going on. Read More…
Posted by Bruce Devlin
HPA: Mapping the Future, One Pixel at a Time
Posted: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Our Chief Media Scientist Bruce Devlin gives us the rundown on his experience at the HPA Tech Retreat – collaborating with competitors, the magic of creating 4K lenses, solar flares, UHD, women making a real impact on the industry, the symbiosis of IMF and DPP – oh and of course, cake!
Posted by Bruce Devlin
5 reasons you'll be sorry you missed the SMPTE conference
Posted: Friday, October 24, 2014
There is scarcely time to draw breath after IBC and suddenly the SMPTE conference is upon us. But unlike Amsterdam, the sun nearly always shines in Hollywood! There are only two streams for the paper sessions at SMPTE, which is a good thing because it means that the papers committee can be REALLY focused on important topics that will change the way that we work. So what are the 5 reasons that you should have been there?
Posted by Bruce Devlin
See us at SMPTE where we discuss wheel re-invention on Wednesday
Posted: Thursday, October 16, 2014
Next week, the Loews Hotel here in Hollywood will play host to the SMPTE 2014 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition, during which I will be taking the stage with Mr. Bruce Devlin to learn how his university professor taught him not to be a “smart-arse” – but also for us both to talk a little bit about frame-rate conversion.
Posted by Simon Adler
Broadcasting – all steam ahead. Wait. Which way is forward?
Posted: Thursday, September 25, 2014
IBC is over and so are the September SMPTE standards meetings, which means that I've spent the last 10 days continuously talking about the industry and the direction in which we're going. I thought that it would be interesting to share some of those thoughts – you are welcome to disagree! In fact, we welcome the discourse, so please feel free to share this with others to open up the conversation.
Posted by Bruce Devlin
DPP deadline day – what’s all the fuss about?
Posted: Tuesday, July 01, 2014
At the start of June, we heard that the IBC has short-listed BT Sport, Timeline Television and ourselves for the IBC Innovation Award under the Content Management category. This is a good reason to celebrate – in short-listing our submission IBC is recognising all the effort made making sure tha...
Posted by Bruce Devlin
Why is Hollywood interested in DPP?
Posted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
The Digital Production Partnership (DPP) is a thoroughly British concept. Its major sponsors include the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky. From its earliest inception, DPP was an initiative forged by the British broadcast industry, for the British broadcast industry. So why is it that in my day-to-da...
Posted by Simon Adler

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