Whitepapers

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

IP Routing – 10 Facts You Need To Know

  - SAM

Fact 1. Using a standard IP switch is essential to minimize cost and maximize long term flexibility

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SAM

Hybrid Routing & Advanced Hybrid Processing Considerations in Real World Applications

  - SAM

Routing, in a broadcast environment, has always involved the routing of video and its associated audio. Some years ago, this meant almost exclusively SD, with an associated discrete stereo audio signal. Routing was relatively simple – a separate router for each signal type, two levels to control, and on occasion a need to synchronize some signals.

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Routing architecture