Recognizing the need for further education on these topics, the
"As increasing numbers of content creators and distributors adopt IT-based solutions, they gain access to devices, technologies, and techniques that never could have been developed economically by the broadcast community alone," explains
"Globally distributed and collaborative production and post-production processes are increasingly being implemented by content producers, distributors, broadcasters, and multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs). The changing nature of digital content also drives the IT migration, as next-generation broadcast technologies such as Ultra High Definition (UHD) require rapid evolution of infrastructure and a shift toward IP architectures," Devlin concludes.
Editor's notes: Learn how IP might impact your business at SMPTE one day seminar
The seminars will begin with a brief history of the technology and an overview of fundamentals. After examining the many efficient, cost, and production-quality advantages afforded the entertainment media industry by adoption of IT networks, the seminars will move on to look at how these technologies and techniques can be adapted to achieve efficiency throughout the full media life cycle, from acquisition though production, playout, archiving, contribution, and distribution on multiple platforms. Topics will include an overview of the IP-based facility and workflow, the elements of a successful migration to IP, and roadmaps for workflow transition to IP in live production, contribution, and post-production.
Professional content producers will walk away understanding the impact and implications for their work if, for example, SDI were to disappear tomorrow. Systems and facilities designers will gain a clearer understanding of IP architectures and how to assure that, at the end of the day, they work as they must to support content creation and distribution.
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