The Sports Video Group (SVG)—the leading organization supporting the professional community that relies on video, audio, and broadband technologies to
The days when corporations farmed out all video production projects to outside agencies are coming to an end. As the costs of cameras and production systems fall, and a greater number of employees have the requisite skills for producing professional-quality videos, more and more corporations are building in-house teams. Keeping video production in-house can not only reduce costs, but also enhance agility and maximize control over content.
StorNext-based solutions deliver superior performance for film and video workflows because StorNext is a tunable, parallel file system that works as fast as block-level storage. This is possible because StorNext features native client software for Linux, Mac OS, and Windows workstations. That means there are tunable parameters for the clients and the servers that coordinate simultaneous access to files. Prior to any large-scale testing like this, it is important to set a baseline by verifying that these parameters perform optimally with the latest hardware and networking technologies.
My favorite time of the year is March Madness. As a basketball fan, I can’t help but appreciate the most exciting month of the year when the top Division 1 basketball teams play in a sudden-death style tournament to claim the NCAA national championship. It could be anyone’s last game, and unlike professional sports, college athletes don’t get this time in their lives back, which makes the sweat and tears you see after each game that much more thrilling.
Consumers seem to have an insatiable appetite for exciting, high-definition visual experiences. Moviegoers continue to flock to action-adventure and fantasy
Growing up, I remember my parents having an old TV with a remote control that had two buttons on it,
Does your video archive look more like a storage closet you’re afraid to open? Is it nearly filled to capacity with aging video tapes, external hard disk drives, optical media, old networking cables, and an assortment of other equipment? You’re not alone.
Fox Sports announced this week that the 51st Super Bowl “will be more awesome than usual” as it “will mark the first time that some of the on-field Super Bowl action will also be shot using a higher-resolution 8K camera.”