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The Latest Trend in Cloud Ingest Portals
Megan Cater The unique demands of the media industry have created an equally unique ecosystem. With high-resolution video constantly moving over the Internet during production, post production, and multi-device, multi-channel distribution, as well as the need for flexible storage and security at every stage — all under impossibly tight timelines — there isn’t another industry like it. It’s not surprising then that technologies that work for some industries often don’t work the same in media, and cloud ingest is a great example.
Tags: iss137 | signiant | saas | ftp | dropbox | file transfer | media shuttle | Megan Cater
Contributing Author Megan Cater Click to read or download PDF
Wireless and satellite
John Wastcoat Each day, clips and other promotional materials needed to be transferred from the shooting location in South Africa to Network Tens editors in Sydney, Australia. However, the shows distant and isolated filming location in the South African jungle posed some major challenges for the broadcaster. Editors were required to deliver large video files intercontinentally over poor network conditions and with a lack of infrastructure that was not conducive to file transfer.
Tags: iss105 | wireless | satellite | filming | shooting | broadcaster | file transfer | John Wastcoat
Contributing Author John Wastcoat Click to read
The evolution of camera connectivity and the HPX600
Kieron Seth# Tape in, tape out. Cable in, video out. Card in, card out. Simpler times: productions orchestrated by an army of runners, tape ops and engineers, with transmission to TV, ingest via a VTR and a room dedicated to storing media.
Tags: iss078 | richard payne | holdan | memory cards | guide | review | connectivity | file transfer | live feed | HPX600 | Kieron Seth#
Contributing Author Kieron Seth# Click to read
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