Transition to IP: Broadcast 101 Series
Broadcasters are increasingly considering IP as the next step in their workflows and operations, attracted by the potential of greater agility, flexibility and efficiency. As an industry we have finally built a consensus on a common IP standard and are forging ahead with the SMPTE ST 2110 suite of standards. However, there are more challenges to conquer when moving to an IP broadcast infrastructure.
Join the Broadcast 101 Series and prepare for IP: Network timing
‘Network timing’ was the topic of our 6th webinar in our Broadcast IP 101 series. In this session our CTO Peter Schut dove into the necessity of timing in an IP infrastructure.
To review the recording of this webinar register here.
Axon, working closely with early adopters of IP production workflows, has experienced first-hand the many challenges of making the transition from SDI and we are keen to share the lessons we have learnt with you. In our Broadcast IP 101 series, our team will be providing useful advice and resources to help you prepare to move to and navigate an IP environment, with vital insight from real-world examples.
Reviewing our previous webinars?
“Why is the move to IP logical but at the same time so tough?” To review the recording of our first webinar please register here: Recording webinar
“IP key ingredients & standards – a comprehensive overview”. To review the recording of our second webinar please register here: Recording webinar
“Transport stream demystified”. To review the recording of our third webinar please register here: Recording webinar
“To compress or not to compress”. To review the recording of our fourth webinar please register here: Recording webinar
“Control and monitoring in an IP infrastructure“. To review the recording of our fifth webinar please register here Recording webinar.