SMPTE PDA Now Educational Webcast: MXF - The Fiddly Stuff
Thursday, October 20, 2011 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
MXF - The Fiddly Stuff
Thursday, 20 October 2011
10:00 AM Pacific/1:00 PM Eastern/17:00 UTC
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Bruce Devlin, CTO, Amberfin, continues unwrapping the MXF Standard by exploring the "fiddly bits" of MXF and file based workflows. During this SMPTE PDA Now educational webcast, Mr. Devlin answers commonly asked MXF questions including: How do VANC, VBI and captions fit into MXF? What about Dolby E? How does Dolby E differ from discrete multi-channel audio? How do you implement a growing file based MXF workflow? When can componentised storage of video and audio give improvements?
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For the past 100 years, the people of the Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers (SMPTE, pronounced “simp-tee”) have sorted out the details of many significant advances in entertainment technology, from the introduction of “talkies” and color television to HD and UHD (4K, 8K) TV. Since its founding in 1916, the Society has earned an Oscar® and multiple Emmy® Awards for its work in advancing moving-imagery education and engineering across the communications, technology, media, and entertainment industries. The Society has developed thousands of standards, recommended practices, and engineering guidelines, more than 800 of which are currently in force.
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