|Create Date||July 3, 2014|
|Last Updated||May 15, 2015|
With ever-increasing momentum, image acquisition for broadcast must adapt to new requirements for supporting signal formats.
These include having to support live event progressive formats, increasing number of cameras, and increasing distances between cameras and control points.
Sophisticated audiences across wider distribution points are also forcing broadcasters to identify ways to improve the quality of their content to increase its value.
In response to increased resource constraints, remote production is steadily being considered as an alternative, a point outlined by Grass Valley in this audio visual resource white paper.
With budgets not increasing in proportion, greater efﬁciency and more ﬂexible equipment is necessary to respond to industry changes over greater periods of time.
|New Trends and Implementations in Imaging Technology for the Future of Live Production|