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Marshall to Feature LCD Monitors, Pro Series Full-HD POV and PTZ cameras, and Broadcast Accessories at IBC 2017

Marshall to Feature LCD Monitors, Pro Series Full-HD POV and PTZ cameras, and Broadcast Accessories at IBC 2017

Jackson Root, Marketing & Creative Services Manager, Marshall answered a few questions about Marshall Electronics at IBC 2017.

Q What's "hot" right now that you think will make a big impact at the show?

A The latest Marshall Miniature, Compact and PTZ Cameras are making a huge impact in sports broadcast, live events, and streaming video applications. Capturing unique POV shots in true broadcast-quality 1080p video offers integrators and content creators a versatile set of tools for delivering unparalleled viewer immersion that simply isn’t feasible with larger cameras.

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AJA Talks Recurring Themes such as HDR, Broadcast IP and VR & More at IBC 2017

AJA Talks Recurring Themes such as HDR, Broadcast IP and VR & More at IBC 2017

AJA Director of Product Marketing Bryce Button answers a few questions about the 2017 IBC show.

Q Any specific events/booths you're excited to visit?

A We’re looking forward to meeting with our technology partners and customers, and checking out the new technology and projects they’re highlighting across the show floor. As AJA is a founding member of the AIMS Alliance, the IP Showcase is also a must-see for me.

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Avid's Latest Innovations Involve Leveraging the Cloud & More at IBC 2017

Avid's Latest Innovations Involve Leveraging the Cloud & More at IBC 2017

Avid’s President, Jeff Rosica, answers a few questions about Avid at the 2017 IBC show.

Q What's "hot" right now that you think will make a big impact at the show?

A Two key areas are immersive experiences and the continuing rise of 4K. Sports broadcasts are increasingly employing virtual and augmented reality to make viewer experiences more immersive, while filmmakers are enhancing the cinema viewing experience with immersive audio. And with companies like Netflix and Amazon producing 4K content, this high-res media format is firmly taking hold. Another topic that will probably be a big topic this year will be content protection and system security as they’re more critical than ever, particularly as the industry embraces open platforms and cloud-based workflows.

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NUGEN Audio to Show Innovations That Extend Into the Arena of Immersive Audio

NUGEN Audio to Show Innovations That Extend Into the Arena of Immersive Audio

Jon Schorah, founder and creative director, NUGEN Audio, answers a few questions about what to expect from NUGEN Audio at the 2017 IBC show.

Q What are you showcasing at IBC this year?

A NUGEN Audio will be showing our advanced solutions for surround upmixing and end-to- end loudness management, metering and correction. New for IBC will be the Halo Upmix 3D Immersive Extension with Ambisonic output and native Pro Tools ® 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos ® stem compatibility. We'll also be demonstrating support for new formats for our Audio Management Batch (AMB) processor, our modular software designed for automated batch analysis and modification of audio and video files, for loudness, dynamics adaptation and upmixing.

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Miller Camera Support Has Two Projects in the Pipeline... Stay Tuned

Miller Camera Support Has Two Projects in the Pipeline... Stay Tuned

Charles Montesin, Marketing Manager, Miller Camera Support Equipment talks a little about the 2017 IBC show.

Q What's "hot" right now that you think will make a big impact at the show?

A 4k and HDR will remain the key topics. 4k TVs remain very expensive however, so uptake will be minimal until the price of them comes down. 5G is being discussed in C-Tech Forum. 5G, when it becomes a reality, is likely to have a greater impact on our lives than 4K and HDR. 5G is worth keeping an eye on.

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