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Switching From 1080 to Ultra HD

Switching From 1080 to Ultra HD | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


With 4k displays already showing up in viewers' living rooms and ATSC 3.0, the step from 1080i to 1080p may be incrementally too small to be worthwhile.


I recently started seeing advertisements from BlackMagic for their ATEM Production Studio 4k switcher and like their camera, the price for the unit is surprisingly low.

According to their website, the top of the line model is $2,495 and is self-contained in that it includes a 1 M/E 10 input switcher, DVE, graphics and keying and a multiview monitor driver.


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Blackmagic Design: ATEM Production Studio 4K

Blackmagic Design: ATEM Production Studio 4K | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

 

Now you can create stunning live multi camera productions at 4 times the resolution of 1080HD!

 

ATEM Production Studio 4K lets you connect up to 8 SD, HD or UltraHD 4K video cameras, disk recorders and computers for true broadcast quality work.

 

It includes all the features you expect from a professional switcher including chroma key, transitions, media pool, downstream keyers, audio mixer, multi view and the world's first 6G-SDI and HDMI 4K video connections.

 

Andre Bontems's insight:

 

Blackmagic did it again! Hopefully with realistic shipping dates! :)


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Switching From 1080 to Ultra HD

Switching From 1080 to Ultra HD | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


Every now and then, the stars align and a plan comes together and for me, this article is one of those moments.


Over the last few months I have been researching production switchers.


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Carlos Oropeza's curator insight, July 18, 2014 6:08 PM

This digital journal was written by Bill Hayes. Currently he is the  Director of Engineering and Technology at lows public television. The objectivity in this article is to inform what to do if you want to switch from 1080 to 4k or Ultra HD. In the middle of the journal I noticed their objectivity changed a little to influence his audience, when he started discussing about the price and portability of the black magic products. I agree with most of the things he pointed about the advantages that black magic design has on the market.