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The Interoperable Master Format (IMF) is a standard from SMPTE (ST 2067) that encourages process automation with reliable interoperability to significantly reduce the costs and improve the efficiency of multi-version, multi-platform distribution....
The Framework for Interoperable Media Services (FIMS) is a project to define standards that enable media systems to be built using a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). This will provide the flexibility, efficiency and scalability that have...
How to Simplify the Complexity of Multingual, Multi-format Captioning Workflows. Captions rarely increase the revenues of broadcasters or content owners. They are an add-on service that is in many cases required by law and those laws are changing...
How to migrate from the interlaced origins of television to the progressive future of high quality, ultra high definition media. Digital video has to be compressed to be used. In particular, if we are to deliver it to the home – and let’s face it,...
A novel software approach for converting today's 24P content that achieves both spatial and temporal fidelity. Strange as it may seem, some content today is shot digitally in film mode and then edited at video rates. This may be accidental, may be...
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