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SMPTE New England March Meeting

E VS Update on Video Technology for Broadcast and Media Production

SMPTE New England March Meeting

E VS Update on Video Technology for Broadcast and Media Production

Description

As a colleague in the Motion Imaging Community, you are cordially invited to an IN-PERSON Section Meeting in Dedham.

Topic: EVS Update on Video Technology for Broadcast and Media Production

Presenter: Jeremy Bourque, Solutions Architect, EVS Broadcast

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Company background: 
EVS is globally recognized as the leader in LIVE VIDEO TECHNOLOGY for broadcast and new media productions. Through a wide range of products and solutions, EVS delivers the most gripping live sports images, buzzing entertainment shows and breaking news content to billions of viewers every day – and in real-time. 1994 marked the introduction of their LIVE SLOW-MOTION SYSTEM that has become the standard replay technology for all broadcast sporting events across the globe. EVS now offers a full set of products and software-enabled microservices that serve the need for a flexible approach to video production.

 

JEREMEY BOURQUE will present highlight information on the following technologies: EVS’ MediaInfra Solutions offer highly advanced broadcast control, monitoring, conversion and real-time processing for SDI, IP, and hybrid broadcast infrastructures. Trusted by broadcasters, network operators and service providers across the globe, and composed of our Cerebrum & Neuron product lines, EVS' field-proven MediaInfra Solutions have been designed to make any broadcast environment reliable, flexible and easy to maintain.

 

Special thanks to Section member Robin Shahid arranging for this special technical presentation.
  
SMPTE meetings are open to members and non-members.
        Please invite your professional colleagues.
 
         Martin P. Feldman, Chair, SMPTE New England Section