Although NAB may be a couple of months behind us now, it can still be useful to look back and notice some of the major technology trends that we saw at this year’s show. I recently did this in an article for Crews Control.
One of the lessons from NAB is that UHD or 4K for TV production is definitely here to stay. All of the major camera manufacturers have already produced 4K cameras, and the workflow is supported by 4K/UHD displays, non-linear editing applications (Avid, Premier, FCPX) and streaming encoders. Secondly, there is no more “it’s just for the web” rationale – audiences expect high-quality video on every platform or screen size.
All this content needs a management strategy. In my article, I discuss new developments in shared storage, archiving, IPTV/streaming encoders, and cloud-based editing in-depth. Read the full article: