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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K & more from IBC 2019

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K & more from IBC 2019

Bob Caniglia, Director of Sales Operations, North America, Blackmagic Design discusses Blackmagic at the upcoming IBC show.

Q What trends are you looking forward to exploring more at IBC?

A We are looking forward to exploring 8K even further with attendees at IBC. Since the announcement of our new 8K products at NAB, we’ve had great feedback so far, and we are excited to touch base with customers at IBC to learn more about how they are finding the products. While not everyone is ready for 8K just yet, our 8K products also support HD and Ultra HD workflows, so customers can invest in them now and take advantage of incredibly powerful Ultra HD tools, while future proofing their workflows at the same time. We’ve also seen a huge explosion in the YouTube and social media markets both on the live streaming and post production sides and are eager to explore this further with attendees at IBC. Customers such as Hyper RPG are using our Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, ATEM Television Studio Pro 4K and ATEM Television Studio HD switchers and more to power live streams for its YouTube and Twitch channels. There is serious production work taking place behind the scenes on these streaming platforms, and we are excited that customers are turning to Blackmagic Design to support their workflows. Whether creating real-time content for YouTube or going up against tight deadlines in broadcast, our customers need to work faster than ever. With DaVinci Resolve 16’s new cut page, an alternate edit page with a streamlined interface and new tools, our customers have everything they need to get the job done quickly, all in one place. For example, global content creation agency C&I Studios is relying on the cut page as the studio puts out videos for Instagram and YouTube every single day. The cut page allows them to fly with quick edits, and the new quick export also lets them deliver directly to YouTube.

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AI & Machine Learning Continues to be a Game Changer for Adobe at IBC

AI & Machine Learning Continues to be a Game Changer for Adobe at IBC

Patrick Palmer, Adobe, talks artificial intelligence, machine learning and more to see from Adobe on the show room floor IBC 2019.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A IBC is a fantastic opportunity to meet face-to-face with customers from a wide range of companies and get valuable insight and feedback on their workflows, experiences and day-to-day challenges. Our customers are the reason why, year after year, we’re able to grow with and meet the evolving needs of video creators across the board, from industry veterans to emerging filmmakers. Customer feedback has been essential to our continued success, as many of the features that our users love were borne from their input. They excite us, educate us, and motivate us to continue exploring the relationship between storytelling and technology that drives everything that we do. We’re really looking forward to having some of them join us at our IBC booth this year, like Kilogramme Lead Animator Julia Young (Penfold), VFX Supervisor and Creative Director Peter Eszenyi, and UFA Post Production Supervisor Philip Schlicht, amongst many more, and we’re thrilled that our products are being represented by over 100 partners.

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Sony Showcases Intelligent Media Services & So Much More at IBC 2019

Sony Showcases Intelligent Media Services & So Much More at IBC 2019

Claus Pfeifer, Head of Technical Sales, Media Solutions for Sony Professional Solutions Europe talks about the 2019 IBC Show in Amsterdam.

Q What do hope everyone will be talking about after the show?

A Of course, I hope that everyone will be talking about how Sony is evolving with its customers and providing products and services that are tailored to the specific needs of content creators. This starts with WOW content on our Crystal LED screen as content is still king. This is what Sony is known for. But I hope that our customers also see how Sony can help them make the most of content, using Cloud and IP technologies to keep up with the fast changing requirements.

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TSL Products Highlights the Next Stages in the IP Story at IBC 2019

TSL Products Highlights the Next Stages in the IP Story at IBC 2019

Mark Davies, Director of Products & Technology at TSL Products talks about the 2019 IBC Show.

Q What are you showcasing at IBC this year?

A For TSL Products, meeting the needs of our customers remains paramount, which is why we always work hand in hand with them to design and deliver solutions that meet their immediate requirements and ongoing needs. With the industry transition to IP gaining momentum, TSL continues to design products and solutions that support both traditional and IP infrastructures and workflows. At IBC 2019, TSL will be highlighting the next stages in our IP story, including IP for device control and control systems, as well as our approach to NMOS. We will also be demonstrating the latest developments on our advanced control offering, highlighting new functionality across applications, and how powerful interfaces can ease the pains that broadcasters are currently experiencing due to the ongoing shift in technology and workflow. Lastly, we will be showcasing the latest updates to our audio monitoring range, including control functionality for the PAM-IP and new engineering modes for the SAM-Q platform.

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Audio Post-Production Tools & More from NUGEN Audio at IBC 2019

Audio Post-Production Tools & More from NUGEN Audio at IBC 2019

Paul Tapper, CEO, NUGEN Audio talks about the latest from NUGEN Audio at the 2019 IBC Show including audio post-production tools for Netflix compliance and surround sound workflows.

Q What trends are you looking forward to exploring more at IBC?

A I’m interested in researching what manufacturers and organizations are doing to address the increasing need to streamline audio post-production workflows. Many content providers, such as Netflix, have very specific audio specifications that need to be met and we are in the business of making post-producers lives easier in that regard. With so many different content distributors available and so much content being created – especially in the streaming arena, the need to maintain and increase quality while working under tight deadlines and budgets is particularly important. It will be interesting to see how technology has evolved over the past year to address these mandates.

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AJA Talks Success of HDR Productions & More at IBC 2019

AJA Talks Success of HDR Productions & More at IBC 2019

Director of Product Marketing, Bryce Button talks exclusively to ProductionHUB about IBC 2019 and what AJA is excited about this year.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A We strive to build tools that address the needs of live production and post professionals today and into the future, which is reflected in our approach to IBC each year. We look at how we can improve our current technology to make it even more useful to users as well as develop new technologies that will address new pain points and support the embrace of trends and bridges to IP, HDR or 8K. Evolution is key to continued growth, which is why in addition to broadening broadcast, production, ProAV and post offerings, we’re also thinking about how our technology might serve other markets that are beginning to take advantage of video.

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Panasonic continues ground-breaking year of firsts at IBC

Panasonic continues ground-breaking year of firsts at IBC

2019 has been a year of firsts for Panasonic in the broadcasting industry and the trend is set to continue at IBC. Panasonic will be demonstrating its latest solutions for Live IP and remote production. This will include an innovative new IT/IP-centric production switcher, its 4K system camera line-up, the CineLive solution, which allows use of the Super35mm VariCam LT for multicamera productions, and a full integration of its robotic cameras, dolly and rail systems, and switchers. Sporting firsts France Télévisions recently utilised Panasonic 4k AK-UC4000 camera systems at the French Open at Roland Garros for the first time to deliver simultaneous production in HDR and SDR from the camera with both HLG and BT.2020 colour space support. Panasonic cameras were also used to broadcast the UEFA Champions League Final in Madrid to 400 million viewers. This included a ‘skycam’ suspended above the pitch, the “beauty shots”, including those from a helicopter, and stadium tunnel shots to capture players walking on and off the pitch. 10 years and number 1 And during the 10th anniversary of the Panasonic PTZ camera range, Futuresource recognised the products as the global market share leader. The latest camera in the range, the new AW-UE4, will also be available to see at IBC. The compact design and high quality feature set makes the camera well suited for application in small classrooms, meeting rooms and live events. Shiva Kuppusamy answered a few questions about Panasonic at IBC 2019.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A IBC is the most important annual trade show for us in Europe. We are working to ensure that we to showcase the latest workflows and integrated solutions to visitors to explain how Panasonic can improve their daily operations and projects.

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Pliant Technologies  Showcasing MicroCom 2400M low cost duplex intercom at IBC 2019

Pliant Technologies Showcasing MicroCom 2400M low cost duplex intercom at IBC 2019

Gary Rosen, Vice President of Global Sales at Pliant Technologies, talks about the latest from Pliant at IBC 2019.

Q How do you approach each IBC show? How are you constantly evolving?

A IBC is an important partner in showcasing Pliant’s products to global audiences. We evolve by listening carefully to our customers and adapting our solutions to best fit their needs. At Pliant Technologies, it has always been a priority to create customer friendly state-of-the-art communications solutions.

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