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On-camera monitors for today and tomorrow
Paul Issacs Image quality is a central concern for users of any video product, so monitoring should be one of the foremost considerations for cinematographers and videographers. Along similar lines, the ability of consumer televisions and a range of personal devices to display increasingly better imagery has led to higher expectations of quality.
Tags: iss102 | monitoring | image quality | cinematographers | recording | Paul Issacs
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Why video codecs matter
Larry Jordan# Video codecs confuse a lot of people. But understanding codecs is critical to just about every element of video production, editing and distribution.
Tags: iss099 | codec | file size | video | image | sound quality | prores | Larry Jordan#
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Manage and Monitor
Will Strauss# News analysis from Will Strauss
Tags: iss093 | news production | Broadstream | Quantel | MOG Technologies | media management | Digital Nirvana | transcoding | Telestream | storage | Disk Archive | test and management | Phabrix | conversion | Cobalt Digital | workflow | Sony | facility management | Xytech | audio | monitoring | quantum Leap Technology | MAM Cambridge Imaging | Suitcase TV | quality control | Venera | Archimedia | Will Strauss#
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QOS - Its time to take a more objective approach
Simen Frostad Digital media businesses are very definitely competing in a market where the customer can switch quickly if not satisfied, so it is vital for providers to know when their customers are getting a satisfactory service, and when they are not.
Tags: iss083 | bridge technologies | quality of service | connected tv | ibc 2013 | digital media | service | quality | Simen Frostad
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Crystal Balls and the future of television TandM
Steve Nunney Best to keep well away from the Australian fast bowlers then! Joking apart, what is the future of television test and measurement? Or should we rather refer to media dispersion MD for short. MD is taking off big-time.
Tags: iss079 | crystal balls | future of tv | tandm | t and m | video and audio quality | test and measurement | Steve Nunney
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Monitoring Image and Signal Degradation
Mike Hodson OmniTeks latest waveform analysis software focussed on assessing the degradation in video and audio quality and timing suffered by images as they are transmitted or stored. What approach has OmniTek taken to measuring these effects?
Tags: iss079 | omnitek | monitoring image and signal degradation | signal | quality | how to | guide | mike hodson | founder and president | metrics | delay | lip sync | Mike Hodson
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8 questions about QC and language-based tools for captioning
KJ Kandell Traditionally, broadcasters and others in the delivery chain must verify compliance manually by simply capturing and archiving content and then reviewing it if a complaint is made. Its a cumbersome, labor-intensive process that is prone to errors.
Tags: iss079 | ask the experts | tvbay | kj kandell | nexidia media and entertainment | audio quality | qc | audio analysis technology | captioning | KJ Kandell
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Product Spotlight: Black Box range from BCD Audio
Mike Law# The BCD Audio black box range includes three units intended for Digital Audio measurement. Primarily intended for use at installation time, they are also useful in checking out the audio side of a TV installation.
Tags: iss079 | black box | mike law | audio | measurement | quality control | bcd audio | dtg1 | jitterbug | Mike Law#
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A guide to DTV transport stream monitoring
Ralph Bachofen Delivering a high quality of service (QoS) is critical in the broadcast world, as it greatly impacts viewer satisfaction and a broadcasters revenue streams. However, the television environment is becoming increasingly more complex, as stations transition to digital and add next-generation OTT or hybrid TV services that require maintaining compliance with industry standards.
Tags: iss079 | stream monitoring | quality of service | tutorial | guide | advice | audio loudness management | intelligent filtering | Ralph Bachofen
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Ask the experts: Content readiness in time-deferred workflows
Sudeep Bose When focusing on the actual content itself, rather than the service, network or other components, the key is the readiness of content to be used. For instance, a piece of media must be syntactically correct in order to ensure that it causes no downstream issues in the workflow and that it will play and decode properly.
Tags: iss079 | content readiness | file based | workflow | time deferred | digital content | tektronix | quality | Sudeep Bose
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QC: An Inside Job
Bob Pank# The requirement for quality control grew up in the early days of television and depended on measurement instruments to check the video and audio going to air.
Tags: iss054 | quality conformance | qc | playbox | test and measurement | qcbox | Bob Pank#
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Monitoring digital TV signal quality
N/A The new R&S®DVMS1 and R&S®DVMS4 DTV monitoring systems keep track of the quality of digital TV signals they detect all relevant errors at the RF and transport stream levels. They provide parallel monitoring of up to four signals and carry out in-depth signal analysis. These capabilities combine with an ultra-compact size of just one height unit and an attractive price, which makes the systems unique on the market.
Tags: iss050 | monitoring | tv signal quality | rhode swartz | dvms1 | headend | N/A
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Broadcast management systems specialisation not generalisation
N/A Broadcast management systems is used here as a collective term to encapsulate all of the processes involved from capturing and creating content, to distribution and monetisation. There are so many points of decision making in a broadcast production chain that automating the processes can be mind boggling in complexity
Tags: iss031 | automation | on-air systems | management | quality control | playout | N/A
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Quality Assurance for Digital Production Workflow
N/A In every industry that Ive had anything to do with the word Quality gets backs up faster than just about anything else. Well, perhaps some parts of the automotive industry are amenable but then they largely invented the concept in the last century.
Tags: qa | iss017 | quality assurance | film making | workflow | bureaucracy | N/A
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