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  • 02 Jan 2006

    HD data gets extra protection with Gefen’s all-fibre DVI and HDMI cables

    USA: Gefen introduces DVI and HDMI all-fibre cables that protect HD devices from electromagnetic interference (EMI). All-fibre components are bundled in cables to protect transfer of data from source to HD display. Available in varying pre-cut lengths with either...... Read More

  • 02 Jan 2006

    Adobe Production Studio gets updated Blackmagic Design software support

    USA: Blackmagic Design announces the availability of a new software update that supports Adobe Production Studio and Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. The updated Blackmagic software allows its proprietary DeckLink editing and compositing products to work with uncompressed HD and...... Read More

  • 02 Jan 2006

    TV viewing gets innovative with real-time pocket PC programming

    USA: Watching real-time television programmes is now possible on pocket PCs. MyTinyTV 1.0, a new programme by Softel vdm, Inc., allows viewers to tap WiFi signals to catch their favourite programmes. MyTinyTV functions with a desktop PC’s television tuner...... Read More

  • 02 Jan 2006

    Wige Television orders Leader analysers for OB vehicle

    Europe: Wige Television orders seven Leader digital-signal analysers for its new 16-camera HDTV outside-broadcast (OB) vehicle. The installation includes two Leader LV5700A multi-standard HD/SD waveform monitors and five LV5750 ultra-compact instruments. The OB vehicle joins an existing fleet of...... Read More

  • 02 Jan 2006

    Vizrt provides real-time results for Chilean election coverage

    Norway: Broadcast graphics provider Vizrt supplies virtual-studio applications to two Chilean television networks for elections coverage. Television Nacional de Chile (TVN) and Channel 13 at the Catholic University (UCTV) enlist the services of Viz|Virtual Studio, Viz|Trio and Viz|Content pilot...... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    Close Encounters of the Techno Kind

    Technology vendors share their thoughts on the products that made an impact in 2005; coupled with their outlook on what 2006 has to offer.... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    HD Demystified

    Working in high definition (HD) is a mystery to many, and industry professionals are hedging their bets on this misunderstood format. Cinematographer Brad Dillon and Editor Rob Tinworth set out to debunk the myths.... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    Serve it up!

    Robotic cassette libraries were once the state of broadcast playouts, but this scenario has seen a shake-up with the presence of a new breed of video server. Richard Dean explains the appeal of HD-ready servers.... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    Production TV Feature: Fit for an Emperor

    The historical tapestry surrounding the first Emperor of China – from his rise to power and his single-handed unification of China to his elaborately constructed burial place – has inspired a new documentary to once again stir the ghosts...... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006


    News Telestream releases Flip4Mac WMV Version 2.0 DVPA launches online resource centre for Adobe users HD data gets extra protection with Gefen’s all -fibre DVI and HDMI cables Adobe Production Studio gets updated Blackmagic Design software support TV viewing...... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    Feature Film: Good themes come in small packages

    She laughs heartily and invokes the same joyfulness from others. Her wide-eyed innocence and cherubic charm are matched in spirit by a big heart. Fans of Thailand’s comic-book character, Noo-Hin, will soon be able to catch her capering down...... Read More

  • 01 Jan 2006

    Thai Empire Strikes Back

    TV programme production in Thailand is experiencing a renewal. Companies involved in big-screen movies are seeing consolidations and partnerships as the path forward in this potential upsurge.... Read More

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