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This strategic report provides guidance on key elements necessary to plan and design a DAB network. The term DAB applies to both DAB and DAB+, but where there are differences between the systems, they are explained.
EBU Tech 3380 specifies an XML based format for the distribution of subtitles over IP-based networks. Version 1.0.1 includes two additional features defined in W3C IMSC v1.0.1 and improves compatibility with other profiles of TTML.
EBU Tech 3285 supplement 7 provides a definition of the <chna> chunk that enables the inclusion of ADM metadata in the BWF file format.
This article explores three software packages designed to facilitate the creation of CG-based media applications: Muvizu for building CG clips, Sumerian for the creation of 3D interactive CG applications, and the Magic Leap SDK to test applications in an MR simulator.
EBU Tech 3285 supplement 5 provides a definition of a type of data container for storing and transferring metadata as XML in a BWF file: the <axml> chunk.
This Technical Report provides a concrete and practical example of an object-based audio architecture and workflow, from production to broadcast and broadband delivery.
This recommendation concerns the need for broadcasters, vendors and system integrators to apply on a regular basis a set of security tests to networked media equipment.
This document describes the EBU ADM Renderer (EAR) - an audio renderer providing a complete interpretation of the Audio Definition Model (ADM).
This first part of a series of articles covers the basics of the IEEE1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and the transport and use of phase and frequency for the purpose of timing over a converged IP network in broadcast production environments.
The March 2018 issue of EBU tech-i magazine comes at the topics of AI and machine learning from several angles. Patrick Arnecke (SRF) surveys some of the many tools and services already on the market, while Conor Ryan (RTÉ) explains how data journalism helps to uncover groundbreaking news stories.
Broadcasters are showing increased interest in the use of mobile broadband technologies, particularly for programme distribution, including distribution of linear broadcast services.