Posts Tagged ‘Education’
Recently we’ve looked at how even ageing serial control protocols are being incorporated into the broadcast networks of the future.
But not all control protocols are decades old — some are still being developed, and EMBER is one of the most promising: a fully-featured, open source protocol whose capabilities closely reflect the requirements of modern broadcasters. [...]
Now that the dust has settled on the inaugral Up Your Output! AES student event, we were contacted by Nikolay Georgiev, this year’s Chairman of the Student Event Subcommittee.
Alongside other industry manufacturers such as Prism, Canford and Focusrite, Calrec took an Artemis console to the SAE in London in March. Over 80 students attended [...]
Over the past weeks, we’ve looked at the current efforts to create common standards for interfacing broadcast equipment over a data network, and to provide some measure of interoperability between audio and video equipment. But recent protocols and standards such as Ravenna, AVB, and X192 are only the latest in a series of efforts that [...]
Broadcasters also contributed to the development of another contingency-related network feature made possible by Hydra2 — alias files. The requirement came about in networked multi-studio broadcast complexes where clients suddenly had to move from one studio to another due to unforeseen maintenance requirements or double bookings.
Taking the desk settings across to a new studio in [...]
Before we continue our exploration of Hydra2 with a look at redundancy, above is Calrec’s Head of Sales Henry Goodman at NAB 2013 this week talking about Calrec’s work with the AVnu Alliance, which we covered a few weeks ago here.
And now, on with Network Wednesdays…
Redundancy is an important issue for most broadcasters. On Hydra2 [...]