Category Archives: Production

Interoperability in all IP productions using SMPTE ST 2110

IP-based broadcast production has long been a hype. Now it is becoming a reality with more and more equipment on the market. But users need interoperable standardized products they can trust. So IRT’s goal is to support the broadcasting market to develop and offer such IP-based products. The technologies required for this, e.g. SMPTE ST …

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Analyzing IP Productions

At the end of 2017 the ST2110 standard was published by the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). It enables IP-based transmissions of video content in television productions and is intended to replace traditional SDI networks. At IBC 2018 in Amsterdam 39 manufacturers exhibited their first prototypes using this standard. For the analysis …

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VisualMedia in Action

Embedding Social Media in Broadcasting

Social media content is becoming an ever more integral part of broadcasting. By incorporating social media services, it is not only possible to include user-generated content, but also to provide a more immersive and engaging experience for the viewers by using social media platforms as interactive feedback channels. Including this content directly into broadcasts, however, …

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5G-MEDIA – 5G Service Platform Architecture for the Media Industry

Media applications are amongst the most demanding services in terms of resources, requiring huge network capacity for high bandwidth low latency streaming of audio-visual content. Recent technological advances in the 5G domain hold the promise to unlock the potential of the media industry by offering high quality media services through dynamic efficient resource allocation. Actual …

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Learn more about the IMF format

The Interoperable Master Format (IMF) defines a package that includes various files such as MXF files (video, audio and supplemental data) and additional descriptive files. Based on the descriptive information, different versions can now be generated from the included MXF files. Speech and subtitle versions or shortened content versions are just two examples. Ultimately, IMF …

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Bringing object-based audio to the production

A few months ago, IRT and BR started a collaboration work within the scope of the EU funded project ORPHEUS to produce content for the project pilots. The aim of this project is to implement a complete end-to-end chain, from capturing to consumption for object-based audio. This technology brings great possibilities and features such as interactivity, …

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