Whitepapers

Tracking Content – The Power Of Media Biometrics

  - Snell Advanced Media

One of the biggest practical challenges of multi-channel broadcasting is keeping track of all the content. It is clearly economically impractical to have eyeballs on every channel and variants through a major installation like a master control room or a playout center

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Media Biometrics

Starting the Transition to IP Infrastructures - part 1

  - Snell Advanced Media

In Part 1, we examine the business case for moving to IP routing and compare the costs and benefits of choosing uncompressed, light or mezzanine compression. We also look at the standards that already exist and are in development for IP signals to enable the interoperability that is so vital to media organizations.

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Starting the Transition to IP Infrastructures - part 2

  - Snell Advanced Media

In Part 1, we examined the business case for moving to IP routing and compared the costs and benefits of choosing uncompressed, light or mezzanine compression.

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Snell Advanced Media

Creating a shared workflow infrastructure for multi-suite, high resolution post production

  - SAM

The need for teamworking in high quality post and TV Finishing continues to grow as deadlines get shorter and budgets continue to shrink.

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Transforming broadcast delivery – realizing the software-defined channel

  - SAM

There is no doubt that the nature of “broadcasting” is changing dramatically. Where once it was a single, common output to all, today content owners are expected to deliver in a number of formats and business models, to a large number of viewing devices.

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The objective of software defined channel virtualization