Event Date: 
Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 18:15
Location: 
IBM
76/78 Upper Ground,
SE1 9PZ London
United Kingdom
Event Details: 

Why are there so many file formats and does it matter? Bruce Devlin looks at MXF, BXF, AXF, IMF and others which are increasingly important across TV, Film and Digital Media by explaining their history and how they are now starting to interact - with an eye on making that interaction positive.

Walking through the history of their proliferation and then consolidation Bruce explains why there are so many formats and sub-formats looking and why requirements change.

What will happen to the formats in the future? Converge, diverge or don't care?

And finally…will the cloud make it all go away?
 

Please  use the wait list if the event is fully booked .. We are trying to find a larger room..  over 75 have registered ...... 

Download Bruce's Presentation

At this meeting the UK region was established read Peter Weitzels speech

 

Speaker

Bruce is the Chief Media Scientist at Dalet. He’s been interfering in the industry for 30 years at the BBC, Snell, Thomson, AmberFin and Dalet.
He’s very grateful for all the awards that he’s won and very sorry for any pain that MXF has caused you.

SMPTE Recognised Bruce's work in MXF by presenting him  the Excellence in Standards Award 2015

 Travel

You will need to have ID – passport, bank card or Drivers Licence to access IBM Southbank HQ
 
We thank IBM for making their IBM Forum available and providing the refreshments
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IBM is located between the National Theatre and The London Television Centre /TLS

The Preferred Route from Waterloo Station is via the Jubilee line Ticket Hall  

From the ticket hall cross Waterloo Road (pedestrian lights) and into Sandal Street opposite (veer left)
-this is one way in the direction you are walking Partway along is an exit from Waterloo East
at the end turn left into Cornwall Road – under the railway bridge

Walk to the Traffic lights to cross A3200 Stamford Street and then past the car park and then at the end look left  along Upper Ground and there is IBM block - register at reception (TLS is to the right on Upper Ground )