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Editshare Webinars

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EditShare Single Node Scale-out Storage Solution Takes Home Prestigious IABM Design & Innovation Award and TV Tech Global Best of Show Award at IBC2017

Basingstoke, UK — September 22, 2017 – EditShare®, a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, closed out IBC2017 with two prestigious industry awards: an IABM ‘Design & Innovation’ Award and a TV Tech Global ‘Best of Show’ Award for its new XStream EFS Single-Node scale-out shared storage solution. Read More

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Blackmagic Design Announces New Audio and KeyKode Reader for Cintel Film Scanners

Fremont, California, USA – July 20, 2017 – Blackmagic Design today announced the new Cintel Audio and KeyKode Reader accessory for its Cintel Film Scanner, which lets customers scan audio and KeyKode information along with images from the scanner, all in realtime. The new audio and KeyKode reader accessory is available for US$3,495 from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide.

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The Media Village at Broadcast Asia 2017

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The Media Village is pleased to return to Broadcast Asia (Booth #6G4-04)!

BroadcastAsia2017 Exhibition

Date: 23 – 25 May, Tuesday – Thursday
Venue: Level 3 to 6, Suntec Singapore
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 6pm daily

Do take note that the show has moved back to Suntec Singapore this year and is no longer held at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre.

Once again, The Media Village will be showcasing the latest updates and releases from a host of our leading edge partners.

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Strong functionality in storage and archiving from TransMedia Dynamics at BCA 2017

Broadcast Asia 2017, Booth 4H5-01: TransMedia Dynamics (TMD), the leading provider of asset and workflow management systems for digital and physical assets, is focusing on high performance storage and archive applications at Broadcast Asia 2017 booth 4H5-01, Suntec Singapore, 23 – 25 May. TMD’s range of media service applications run on the Mediaflex-UMS (Unified Media Services) platform – a uniquely powerful solution for all aspects of software-defined workflow management. It is scalable, cloud native, and can run on premise or in the cloud.

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TMD will showcase Paragon, an easy-to-use storage management solution that enables broadcasters, content owners and production companies to protect their video, audio, and physical assets long term using any combination of LTO tape, cloud, or MAID-III storage.

New Paragon features to be demonstrated include the native ability to explore Avid file systems, transfer projects, and complete clips or partial clips into and out of Avid storage. Paragon automatically extracts and stores Avid metadata and users can also create their own descriptive metadata templates. These functions allow users to locate, transfer, and start using content faster.

As a Quantum Preferred Partner, TMD now provides access to StorNext5 systems through Paragon’s simple user interface. Paragon can scale from a small office storage solution to a large multiplatform enterprise system.

For collections management, TMD will be showing their Guardian application. Already deployed at the Asian Film Archive in Singapore, Guardian provides workflows and functionality tailored to audio visual archive management. Organisations can manage, preserve, and deliver digital content while ensuring that the whereabouts of analogue content and artefacts are strictly tracked and maintained.

“With our established regional office in Kuala Lumpur, ongoing business with some of the biggest media companies in south-east Asia, and further improvements to our industry-leading platform, Broadcast Asia 2017 comes at a perfect time for us,” said Carlton Smith, CEO of TMD.

The TransMedia Dynamics Sdn Bhd sales team will be on hand to demonstrate the range of media service applications, and the unique benefits of the Mediaflex-UMS platform throughout the show on stand 4H5-01.

TMD’s presence at the recent NAB2017 show in Las Vegas:

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About TMD
TMD is a leading provider of software products focused on delivering media & content management solutions to the global media, broadcast and archive sectors. The Mediaflex® – Unified Media Services (UMS) platform provides a cloud-enabled, service-orientated architecture delivering media-aware, software-defined workflows supporting a wide range of media services, both from TMD’s own media service products and those of our partners. Mediaflex-UMS supports the management of both physical media, such as film and tape, as well as digital content. TMD’s flexible range of cost-effective packaged media service products for ingest, non-linear delivery, post production, DAM and archiving, are available individually or integrated into a Mediaflex-UMS platform for complete and scalable end-to-end workflow solutions. The Chameleon browser interface has been designed to be easy to use, requiring little to no user training and can be used with all of TMD’s media services. Headquartered in Aylesbury UK, TMD’s global reach includes office locations in the USA and Australia. For additional information on TMD products and services, please visit http://www.tmd.tv

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UK Contact: Mary Wyatt
Telephone: +44 1296 745080
Email: info@tmd.tv
Web: http://www.tmd.tv

Press contact: Jennie Marwick-Evans, Manor Marketing
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Email: jennie@manormarketing.tv

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High Dynamic Range, explained: There’s a reason to finally get a new TV

“Yet HDR may very well be the most impactful addition to modern TV sets since they made the 1080p jump. Images are brighter and more colorful, yes—and in ways that are unmistakable to see even to the untrained eye.”

There’s lots of talk about High Dynamic Range (HDR) and this article from Ars Technica gives a good overview of the technology:

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2016/12/high-dynamic-range-explained-theres-a-reason-to-finally-get-a-new-tv/