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A stitch in time
Thomas Dove "A stitch in time saves nine" is an old saying: essentially it is saying fix a small problem now and it will save fixing a much bigger problem later. This applies in many areas - including broadcast. Kicking the error can down the road costs a lot more to fix the problem, particularly for audio and video files - but it doesn't have to.
Tags: iss098 | vidchecker | electronic engineering | problem | solution | content | video server | Thomas Dove
Contributing Author Thomas Dove Click to read
Could you be powerless on arrival?
Steve Emmett How to avoid problems when flying with Li-Ion batteries.
Tags: iss082 | pag | batteries | li-ion | battery | power | flying | plane | hold | hand luggage | regulations | guide | problems | Steve Emmett
Contributing Author Steve Emmett Click to read
What you see is what you get? Doubtful!
Robin Palmer The colour you see is not necessarily the same colour experienced by someone else looking at the same thing. It all depends on the viewer and the viewing conditions as well as the actual colour of the thing. People involved in broadcast, video editing and movie colour grading are probably unlikely to have been subjected to a compulsory Ishihara colour vision test.
Tags: iss074 | color | colour | broadcast | ishihara | test | patterns | sight | vision problems | pixel-scope | cel-soft | Robin Palmer
Contributing Author Robin Palmer Click to read
Robin Palmer and why flashy programmes are not so good?
Robin Palmer

Ever since the 1997 Pokmon phenomenon when hundreds of Japanese children were struck with epileptic fits provoked by a series bright red flashes in a TV cartoon programme broadcasters have become only too aware of PSE.

Tags: iss073 | flashy programmes | red flash specification | PSE problems | PSE test | Ofcom | Robin Palmer
Contributing Author Robin Palmer Click to read
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