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Ericsson and Polkomtel test LTE Broadcast in Poland

Ericsson and Polkomtel test LTE Broadcast in Poland | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Ericsson and Polish telecom operator Polkomtel successfully carried out the first test of LTE Broadcast technology in Poland on August 30, streaming the opening game of the 2014 World Volleyball Championship between Poland and Serbia to 300 selected guests and journalists at Warsaw's National Stadium.



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BIRTV 2014 video: Chinese inventor hacks an old tape based Sony ENG camera to shoot 2.7K by putting a GoPro inside

BIRTV 2014 video: Chinese inventor hacks an old tape based Sony ENG camera to shoot 2.7K by putting a GoPro inside | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

Plenty of TV stations and freelance cameramen have old Betacams and DV based cameras lying around gathering dust. Imagine if you could upgrade them to 2.7K, or even 4K shooting?


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How to Create an Awesome Infographic

How to Create an Awesome Infographic | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Graphs, Infographics

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malek's curator insight, August 15, 2014 9:02 AM

The production process is efficient with only 10% for full draft

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Multi-Channel Digital Television

 

 

HDTV signals at 60 Hz require around 19 megabits per second to carry all the necessary information to recreate the video. This 19 Mbits is achieved by compressing the pure signal through a special high definition subset of the MPEG-2 video compression scheme and Dolby's AC-3 audio compression scheme. In fact, the uncompressed HDTV data is about sixty times larger than the compressed 19 Mbit signal!

 

A 19 Mbit HDTV signal fits into a standard 6 MHz frequency band used for uncompressed, analog NTSC television signals. Each HDTV broadcaster has been allotted a frequency band for their HDTV broadcasts. However, using digital compression technology, that same bandwidth can carry a single high definition signal or multiple standard resolution signals. Since a 640 by 480 resolution standard definition digital television signal is not as large as a 1,920 by 1,080 resolution signal, several of the smaller signals can supplant the single high definition one.

 

Imagine a one-lane road through a small neighborhood. The street can only fit one large, wide-load truck. However, it can fit two small family sedans, and it can accommodate six motorcycles. The road remains the same size so it can be used for a variety of purposes from single extra-large trucks to multiple motorcycles. The same is true of a digital television channel. It can accommodate one "extra-large" HDTV signal (1,920 x 1,080 at 60 Hz interlaced or 1,280 x 720 at 60 Hz progressive) or up to five or six standard definition 640 by 480 signals. Thus, digital television allows broadcasters to provide multiple channels of standard quality programming (similar to the quality of a DVD) or a single channel of ultra-pure, ultra-high quality high definition programming.

 

Presently, the major networks have voiced their support of high definition programming for prime time shows. However, any television station broadcasting in high definition may also break down their high definition channel to present multiple standard channels. In theory, a television station could broadcast five different news shows in standard resolution during the evening news hour tailoring one to each area of a city or to each county in the broadcast area for instance. True HDTV is where digital television really shines, but DTV also lends flexibility to broadcasters that has never been available before. 


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Creating the Multi Camera Rundown for the Eurovision Song Contest

Creating the Multi Camera Rundown for the Eurovision Song Contest | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

The Eurovision Song Contest is certainly one of the larger events in the European event calendar. Danish television DR made a video about their usage of Cuepilot to create the rundown for the event.


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LG Opens Up 'Second Screen' TV Ecosystem With Open-Source SDK

LG Opens Up 'Second Screen' TV Ecosystem With Open-Source SDK | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
LG Electronics is making Connect SDK, an open source software development kit, available to Google Android™ and iOS® developers to extend their mobile experience across tens of millions of big TV s

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How to Make a Timelapse: Take and Make Great Photos with Gavin Hoey: Adorama Photography TV - YouTube

In this video Gavin guides you through some essential timelapse tips and the moves into Photoshop to create the final timelapse sequence in just a few minutes.


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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, March 31, 2014 4:01 AM

Mastering the basics of timelapse photography is surprisingly easy. With good camera skills it's surprisingly easy for photographers to speed up time by taking series of still images and playing them back as a moving image.

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Accenture and KPN develop Google Glass for TV

Accenture and KPN develop Google Glass for TV | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
WATCH VIDEO. Accenture and KPN have developed a proof of concept using Google Glass and the Accenture Video Solution (AVS) for interactive television viewing, storage and control that has the poten...

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Mattia Nicoletti's curator insight, February 24, 2014 9:11 AM

This project may really change the viewer experience. We are in the screen evolution era. In the living room screens are getting bigger, everywhere screens are getting smaller. The only question is about human habits. We are getting used to do everything (coffee apart...) with smartphones and tablets (we communicate, we write, we read news and books, we make picrtures, we make and listen to music, we watch and make video, we have meetings, we learn, we organize our day, we play, we draw, and much more) but can we get used to a object that usually hate (we are pleased to wear only sunglasses... sometimes just to look cool)?


3D glasses failed (that's the reason why companies are developing a 3D without glasses) and in the next few years we will face other glasses. Will we get used to them? 

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Why radio visualisation is rubbish - and why we need it | James Cridland

Why radio visualisation is rubbish - and why we need it | James Cridland | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

Radio visualisation is a catch-all name for adding pictures to radio; and I believe it's unhelpful. Doing live visualisation is difficult to do, and in many cases can harm the output of the radio programme: presenters find the cameras irresistable, and the radio listener is forgotten (yet is considerably in the majority). Just because you cando something doesn't always mean you should.

Yet, well-produced clips after the event can considerably help the shareability of radio; and also its permanence. Radio is ephemeral: broadcast and, largely, forgotten. To capture the best bits of radio, and place these on services like YouTube or Vimeo, makes it easy to share fantastic pieces of radio: and doesn't change the station sound. There is, after all, a reason why we're called radio and not 'audio television'.


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GAZER brushless gimbals hit Kickstarter showing handhelds and interesting Steadicam mount

GAZER brushless gimbals hit Kickstarter showing handhelds and interesting Steadicam mount | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
By site editor Dan Chung: GAZER are a brand of brushless gimbal that you have probably never heard of. That’s because until recently they were marketed under the name of Mastor.

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10 Steps To Creating A Mobile-Optimized Content Marketing Strategy

10 Steps To Creating A Mobile-Optimized Content Marketing Strategy | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
With the release of Google’s recent Hummingbird algorithm update, mobile sites and strategies are in the spotlight. Here’s a closer look at what you need to know to develop the right mobile-optimized content marketing strategy for your business.
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Beaglebone: Streaming Video from Embedded Linux & Custom Video Player [video] by Derek Molloy

"In this video I look at video streaming using the Beaglebone black using: RTP, UDP unicasting, and UDP multicasting, which allows one to many streaming. In all of these examples I used the VLC media player to display the video data. The final part of this video goes on to describe how you can build your own software implementation that can display the data using LibVLC and the Qt framework."


More Info: http://www.derekmolloy.ie/  ;


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Futures Lab Update #45: Multi-Camera Mobile Video, Managing Social Content, and Website Push Notifications | Mediashift | PBS

Futures Lab Update #45: Multi-Camera Mobile Video, Managing Social Content, and Website Push Notifications | Mediashift | PBS | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Reported by Reuben Stern and Olga Kyle. This week s RJI Futures Lab examines technologies for combining video footage from multiple smartphones, for finding and managing content from social media, and for pushing notifications to readers on desktop and laptop computers.
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Meet the TV Viewer of the Future - You Might Not Recognize Her - Videonuze

Meet the TV Viewer of the Future - You Might Not Recognize Her - Videonuze | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
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Share Video and Measure Engagement | Bale

Share Video and Measure Engagement | Bale | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

"Share Videos &

Measure Engagement.

Providing you insights to engage with your audience more effectively."

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Smart TV or media streamer? - CNET

Smart TV or media streamer? - CNET | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Smart TV or media streamer?
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A media streamer is something like Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and so on. They are solely for the purpose of streaming content from the Internet or local network to your TV.
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3D sound experiments carried out by BBC R&D engineers

3D sound experiments carried out by BBC R&D engineers | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
The BBC's research and design team have been working on bringing a 3D sound production technique that mimics natural hearing cues to your home.
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First live LTE Broadcast trial in the Netherlands

Dutch telco, KPN, has become the first network operator in the Netherlands to conduct live tests with LTE Broadcast for mobile TV. KPN worked with Ericsson in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, Samsung and IBM. 


The trial took place on Saturday 3 May in the Amsterdam Arena stadium during the football match between teams Ajax and NEC.

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Beyond the Play Button - The future of listening

35 years after the first Sony Walkman shipped, today's music player still has essentially the same set of controls as that original portable music player. Even though today's music player might have a million times more music than the cassette player, the interface to all of that music has changed very little.


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Jean-Luc Biaulet's curator insight, March 17, 2014 2:18 PM

Data+music : a glimpse on a really rich future

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Who Does Whose Voice? voice over chart - Bite.ca

Who Does Whose Voice? voice over chart - Bite.ca | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it

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Accenture acquires IPTV assets from NSN

Accenture acquires IPTV assets from NSN | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Accenture has announced that it has acquired the software and skills of Nokia Siemens Networks IPTV business. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The newly acquired IPTV software, assets a...

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How To Setup Your Internet Radio Station

Online Radio Streaming PC: http://www.streamingfree.biz/radio-broadcast-pc/ Listen to our station: Live Stream: http://tunein.com/radio/Urban-Gospel-Entertai...

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Top 10 Best Internet TV Software for PC and Mac

Top 10 Best Internet TV Software for PC and Mac | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
Best TV Software for PC and Mac Packages There are some very interesting television viewing options out there that one might consider if wanting to save cost and at the same time not give up watching entertaining...

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Kaseem Logan's curator insight, February 20, 2014 4:07 AM

Impressive post. This Post is very informative.

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BrunoObrien's curator insight, February 21, 2014 6:58 AM

Software development is rising rapidly day by day.Here a brief note about software development have been discussed.

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The Ultimate List of Content Creation Tools for 2014 | Social Media Today

The Ultimate List of Content Creation Tools for 2014 | Social Media Today | Mediaproduction-Light and Lean | Scoop.it
A large part of creating a great blog and engaging social media posts is having great content. If your company is creating useful, relevant content that your audience wants to see, share and interact with, you’ll grow your audience, see more engagement and establish yourself as thought leaders in your field. Not to mention all the SEO benefits. Some of the best ways to create content are through images, videos, screencasts and webinars. If you don’t have design skills, you might have been using ms Paint, Word or PowerPoint to create anything visual. Please, close Paint and take a look at our list of the best tools for content creation for 2014.
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