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Is now the time to move your machine room out of your facility?

Heading to here? We’ve done it. Let root6 help you to remote your machine room Is now the time to move your machine room out of your facility? While the New Year ushers in an era of largely unforeseen political uncertainty, in our industry, change is, as always, inevitable. The consumption of legacy linear broadcast [...]

Perceptual video quality and compression – PSNR measurements

Compression is a fact of life, there have only been two production VTRs that stored uncompressed video – D1 and D5; they are no longer used because they were both SD (and D1 was only eight-bit video). So, the vast majority of the material we handle is compressed and so there should be a way [...]

By | 2016-10-29T08:54:55+00:00 November 19th, 2014|Categories: Broadcast Engineering, Opinion, tips|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Platform1 2014 Seminar Recordings

“The Flexible Facility of the Future” In this year’s series of seminars we looked at the different aspects of the flexible facility, covering topics from initial design through remote working and collaboration to monetising content and DPP compliant broadcast deliverables. “Introduction and “The Core Facility” Marcus Hume-Humphreys, managing director of root6, introduces the 2014 series [...]

By | 2016-10-29T08:55:01+00:00 July 2nd, 2014|Categories: Events, News, Podcasts|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Platform1 2014 – 11th & 12th June

“Designing the Flexible Facility of the Future” 11th & 12th June at The Gallery, 125 Charing Cross Road FREE to attend The theme of our annual event this year is “The Flexible Facility of the Future.” In a series of seminars we’ll examine how flexibility can be designed in and understand its importance for our [...]

Platform1 2011 Podcasts and Notes

If you missed our recent Platform1 event or want to re-watch the information-packed presentations you can now view them online and download the seminar notes.  We’re also excited to announce that as well as our iTunes feed, these podcasts are also now available on our new YouTube channel. Preparing for Broadcast File Based Delivery – [...]