Content and Streaming Power Hour - The Impact of NDI5

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09 Mar

Content and Streaming Power Hour - The Impact of NDI5

Join us for the March Avixa Content and Streaming Power Hour - The Impact of NDI5

The latest version of the NDI protocol makes it possible to build and manage your entire video production workflow using only NDI sources. This webinar will cover the impact of these new capabilities on video over IP within a corporate arena and review troubleshooting for latency, synching issues, back-ups, equipment limitations across distance, and power requirements.

DATE: 16 March 2022

TIME: 17:00 GMT

Join the March Power Hour to learn how to:

  • Summarise the features of NDI5
  • Assess whether a given video production use case requires/would benefit from NDI5
  • Explain the capabilities and limitations of NDI Bridge
  • Select system components to support NDI5 capabilities 
  • Specify infrastructure requirements for networks supporting NDI5 video networks

IMPACT OF NDI5 WEBINAR - REGISTER HERE 

Investments in streaming media are expected to increase in the post COVID-19 world and the proliferation of audiovisual content is driving demand for video services, according to AVIXA’s IOTA report. Corporate live events producers and video production service providers can get the latest on key trends and technologies for AV content creation and distribution in AVIXA’s monthly Content Production & Streaming Power Hour.

Learn more about the Content Production & Streaming Power Hour series. 

CTS: 1 | CTS-D: 1 | Max: 1

 

Speakers:

Marc Risby
Managing Director and Group CTO
DigiBox

Marc Risby has worked in the broadcast, post-production and pro AV markets for over 25 years.

Spanning a number of major technological shifts, Marc’s career began as analogue became digital video.

As the industry evolved from discreet hardware to open-platform computing and file-based systems, Marc has played a key role working directly with customers to provide bespoke solutions to complex workflow problems.

Currently working in NDI, IP Video, Media Streaming, Data Storage, Cloud, AI and Transcoding technologies Marc has an incredible breadth of knowledge of video applications and related technologies.

Marc works with DigiBox’s European channel, major customers and suppliers, helping to create custom solutions whilst supporting teams technically and commercially Managing Director and Group CTO.

Judy Zuo
Vice General Manager & Marketing Director
Kiloview 

Judy Zuo has 15 years’ experience in sales and marketing, most recently working as Vice General Manager & Marketing Director for Kiloview, manufacturers of professional high quality IP based video transmission tools including SRT and NDI hardware and software products for encoding, decoding, conversion and streaming.

Holding both a degree in International Economics and Trade and an MBA, Judy is a multi-tasker, problem solver and thought leader who is results focused and enjoys the challenges of achieving and exceeding sales and marketing objectives.

Judy is an innovative and original thinker who has helped build the Kiloview brand through an in depth understanding of the broadcast and production industry, working to provide a series of solutions that fit customer needs.

Matthew Davis
Director of Technology Information Systems
PTZOptics

Matt Davis is the Director of Technology & Information Systems at PTZOptics and HuddleCamHD.

He holds a degree in Computer and Network Security from Drexel University, where he also studied electrical engineering.

Davis is a frequent speaker at the PTZOptics Worship Summit Live, the only professional development event specifically aimed to educate House of Worship (HoW) professionals on church production and livestream services to their congregations.

Moderator:

Deborah Jones, MBA, CTS
Audio Visual/Information Technology Sales Manager
QEII Live, Queen Elizabeth II Centre

Deborah Jones MBA has a career working in the Events Industry and is currently AV/IT sales manager at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre, planning and managing the technical aspects of the Centre’s client portfolio.

Previously she worked for the commercial arm of a charity organisation, The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, where she established an events unit, organising conferences, selling exhibition space, seminars, awards ceremonies and gala dinners and ran their publications, commissioning, editing, publishing and selling their book list.

Deborah has also worked in events for the publisher Macmillan.

Deborah Jones CTS has been an AVIXA member for 15 years and is a member of several AVIXA Committees: the Diversity Council, Women’s Council, Membership and the AVIXA Content and Learning Committees.

She acts occasionally as a facilitator for AVIXA webinars and is a director for the global AV User Group which has groups in London, San Jose, New York, Scotland, Hong Kong, and Sydney.

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