Whitepapers

New-Generation Scalable Motion Processing from Mobile to 4K and Beyond

  - Snell Advanced Media

Today’s broadcast video content is being viewed on the widest range of display devices ever known, from small phone screens and legacy SD TV sets to enormous 4K and 8K UHDTV displays. The growth in size and resolution is happening alongside many other improvements, in grey-scale resolution, colorimetry, 3D and, especially, higher frame rates.

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One layer of a wavelet picture builder

Solving Lip Sync Issues for Remotely Produced Multi-Language Sports Events Over IP at Minimal Cost

  - Snell Advanced Media

In the past few years, live broadcasting — specifically live sports — has fostered the growth of remote broadcasting. Though applications vary, remote broadcasting essentially relies on the use of IP connectivity to reduce production costs in a variety of ways.

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Lip Sync workflow

Using SAM’s IP-Edge - An SDI to IP Live Signal Routing Transition for All

  - Snell Advanced Media

This paper seeks to offer a sensible, risk free, measured approach to an SDI to IP transition for live, real time streams. It will describe an upgrade and migration path that will allow businesses to expand in both SDI and IP based stream counts (read – router sizes) with complete interoperability between the two types of stream.

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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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