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    Section Meeting

    Philadelphia March Section Meeting

    SMPTE Philadelphia Section Meeting

    Date: Tuesday, March 2, 2021

    Topic: XDCAM air: Sony's Cloud-based ENG Production Workflow

    This presentation was given to the SMPTE Philadelphia Section on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 by Martin Lindsay who demonstrated Sony's cloud-based XDCAM air service, which has been called, “A flexible bridge between field-based camcorders and studio & production infrastructure, and the cloud-based workflow service for news production that’s made to satisfy today’s internet-first audiences”. The webinar will demonstrate how Sony‘s network-connected camcorders integrate with XDCAM air streamlining workflows and how it improves news gathering efficiencies. Concepts covered will be: High quality, low latency, live-streaming to multiple SDI receivers and to cloud/social media Remote metadata tagging to identify and name clips as they are created within camcorders Cloud-based asset management, facilitating file sharing and storyboard editing among team members along with NLE EDL exports and partial-file retrieves from cameras Basic remote camera control Remote preview & playback of recorded files within camcorders Remote transfer of hi-bitrate and low-bitrate files from camcorders Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer plugins with accessibility to XDCAM air content for immediate use within the NLE Presenter: Martin Lindsay With over 19 years of broadcast experience, Martin Lindsay has gained a wealth of knowledge pertaining to many aspects of the broadcast industry. When joining Sony in 2008, Martin designed and built multiple production & automated master control rooms for TV stations & sports facilities, leading up to his current role as Product Manager of Wireless & Workflow solutions. He currently manages Sony’s wireless video streaming products & technologies, ENG camcorders, and Sony’s integrated production systems.