Results for `Dalet AmberFin`

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The Jenever Convention – What’s New With Dalet at IBC

If you’ve never tried Jenever, a Dutch gin, you should – it’s the ideal way to end a quiet evening in Amsterdam, or start a louder one. Don’t be expecting a slice of cucumber, ice and tonic though – Jenever is nothing like your typical London Dry. In fact, it’s far more like a fine…

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Rearrange these Words: "Nail, Coffin, Interlace, HEVC, Last, For"

Sometimes I feel like a complete failure. Although I have been fortunate enough to win a lot of awards and have met a lot of fantastic people with whom I think I’ve done some good work, there is still an evil that lurks amongst us: This evil is being forgotten and often lurks silently and…

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Are Mergers & Acquisitions Good for the Broadcast Industry?

Anybody looking at all the recent mergers & acquisitions activity within the broadcast sector could be forgiven for likening it to London’s Number 37 Bus in that you wait ages for one to arrive and then, suddenly, three buses arrive at the same time! So what does all this consolidation mean for the industry –…

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Web Control of Farms

Sitting in a Las Vegas bar and talking to Old MacDonald about his Farm would be an ideal way to start a newspaper article about Farms in the 1970s. We’d probably talk about the latest tractors and what amazing mechanical gadget can be attached to them: We are living in 2014 and not 1970 and…

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Why is Captioning so Difficult?

Captioning is a really hot topic right now so I thought I’d share one of my short videos from the“Bruce’s Shorts” series of Broadcast-IT training videos for today’s blog post: Click PLAY to watch the video, or you can read the transcript below. Hello and welcome to Bruce’s Shorts. My name’s Bruce Devlin, I’m the Chief Technology Officer at…

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A Smart MAM Approach Rewards Media Monetization

The challenge across the board for our industry is quite simply to be able to do more, do it better, and do it for less. The reality is that every customer is different and they have their own mix of these issues. So what everyone wants to hear as we approach IBC2014 is how they…

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Select the Right Tool for the Temporal Conversion Job

A significant and growing problem for post production houses and broadcasters is the ability to generate efficient, fast and accurate frame rate conversion. Given that broadcasters now source and distribute on a global basis and have to deal with content at many different frame rates, temporal conversion is an imperative. For example, temporal conversion will…

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Do You Really Want Me to Wear My Sequins in Vegas?

As we prepare for our annual pilgrimage to the Nevada desert in search of enlightenment, something troubles me this year. Over the years, NAB has grown to the point where there is an absolute clamor and a cacophony of noise as NAB opens and companies unveil their latest Carlos Fandango system solution, which they exhort will change…

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Are You Going to BVE?

So 2014 is showing the same tendency to slip by as previous years and here we are with BVE just around the corner. Having made the short journey across London to the Excel centre, this year’s event will be important for several reasons: Apart from the annual gathering of the broadcast industry clan, this year is…

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What Would You Most Like to Learn About in 2014?

2014 will be a wild adventure of Winter Olympics, World Cup Football, New Series of Existing Titles and Movies galore. It will be shown in 4K, HD, SD, weird internet resolutions and varying frame rates and bit rates: We’ll be watching Media on Teeny Tiny Screens, as well as super bright 4K screens, ultra-wide screens, handheld…

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The Jenever Convention – What’s New With Dalet at IBC

If you’ve never tried Jenever, a Dutch gin, you should – it’s the ideal way to end a quiet evening in Amsterdam, or start a louder one. Don’t be expecting a slice of cucumber, ice and tonic though – Jenever is nothing like your typical London Dry. In fact, it’s far more like a fine…

Read More
dalet
Rearrange these Words: "Nail, Coffin, Interlace, HEVC, Last, For"

Sometimes I feel like a complete failure. Although I have been fortunate enough to win a lot of awards and have met a lot of fantastic people with whom I think I’ve done some good work, there is still an evil that lurks amongst us: This evil is being forgotten and often lurks silently and…

Read More
dalet
Are Mergers & Acquisitions Good for the Broadcast Industry?

Anybody looking at all the recent mergers & acquisitions activity within the broadcast sector could be forgiven for likening it to London’s Number 37 Bus in that you wait ages for one to arrive and then, suddenly, three buses arrive at the same time! So what does all this consolidation mean for the industry –…

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dalet
Web Control of Farms

Sitting in a Las Vegas bar and talking to Old MacDonald about his Farm would be an ideal way to start a newspaper article about Farms in the 1970s. We’d probably talk about the latest tractors and what amazing mechanical gadget can be attached to them: We are living in 2014 and not 1970 and…

Read More
dalet
Why is Captioning so Difficult?

Captioning is a really hot topic right now so I thought I’d share one of my short videos from the“Bruce’s Shorts” series of Broadcast-IT training videos for today’s blog post: Click PLAY to watch the video, or you can read the transcript below. Hello and welcome to Bruce’s Shorts. My name’s Bruce Devlin, I’m the Chief Technology Officer at…

Read More
dalet
A Smart MAM Approach Rewards Media Monetization

The challenge across the board for our industry is quite simply to be able to do more, do it better, and do it for less. The reality is that every customer is different and they have their own mix of these issues. So what everyone wants to hear as we approach IBC2014 is how they…

Read More
dalet
Select the Right Tool for the Temporal Conversion Job

A significant and growing problem for post production houses and broadcasters is the ability to generate efficient, fast and accurate frame rate conversion. Given that broadcasters now source and distribute on a global basis and have to deal with content at many different frame rates, temporal conversion is an imperative. For example, temporal conversion will…

Read More
dalet
Do You Really Want Me to Wear My Sequins in Vegas?

As we prepare for our annual pilgrimage to the Nevada desert in search of enlightenment, something troubles me this year. Over the years, NAB has grown to the point where there is an absolute clamor and a cacophony of noise as NAB opens and companies unveil their latest Carlos Fandango system solution, which they exhort will change…

Read More
dalet
Are You Going to BVE?

So 2014 is showing the same tendency to slip by as previous years and here we are with BVE just around the corner. Having made the short journey across London to the Excel centre, this year’s event will be important for several reasons: Apart from the annual gathering of the broadcast industry clan, this year is…

Read More
dalet
What Would You Most Like to Learn About in 2014?

2014 will be a wild adventure of Winter Olympics, World Cup Football, New Series of Existing Titles and Movies galore. It will be shown in 4K, HD, SD, weird internet resolutions and varying frame rates and bit rates: We’ll be watching Media on Teeny Tiny Screens, as well as super bright 4K screens, ultra-wide screens, handheld…

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