Video Systems in an IT Environment: The Essentials of Professional Networked Media
Audio/Video (AV) systems and Information Technology (IT) are colliding. Broadcasters and other AV professionals are impacted by the transition to IT components and techniques. This is the first book to focus on the intersection of AV and IT concepts. It includes technology reviews and the tools to understand and evaluate key aspects of hybrid AV systems. Twelve chapters encompass a broad range of information including: IT integration, AV networking, storage systems, file and metadata formats, software platforms, reliability, element management, security, workflow improvement, AV technology, transition issues, and real-world case studies. Each chapter weaves together IT and AV techniques providing the reader with actionable information on the issues, processes and principles of seamless AV/IT systems integration.
* Filled with case studies, illustrations, and appendices of advanced topics
* Teaches the essentials of speedy project development, interconnectivity, remote access, flexible configuration, and fewer team members to achieve the same results
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CHAPTER 1 Networked Media in an IT Environment
CHAPTER 2 The Basics of Professional Networked Media
CHAPTER 3A Storage System Basics
CHAPTER 3B Storage Access Methods
CHAPTER 4 Software Technology for AV Systems
CHAPTER 5 Reliability and Scalability Methods
CHAPTER 6 Networking Basics for AV
CHAPTER 7 Media Systems Integration
A Achieving Frame Accuracyin a Nonframe Accurate World
Grid Cluster Utilityand Symmetric Multiprocessing Computing
How Much Information Exists?
8B10B Line Coding
270 MillionA Magic Number in Digital Video
A Novel AV Storage System
Is It Rabbits Multiplyingor Is It Streaming?
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AES/EBU applications architecture archive array audio bandwidth bit rate blade servers broadcast caching Chapter chroma client cluster clustered file system common compression computing configuration connectivity data rate defined device disc domain drives elements encoding Ethernet example Fibre Channel Figure file system file transfer format frame function infrastructure ingest interface Internet interoperability iSCSI latency layer luma Mb/s metadata methods metrics middleware monitoring Moore’s law MPEG needs nodes NSPOF NTSC operations packet parity performance playout ports production protocol provides RAID reliability requirements routers routing scalability SCSI serial SMPTE SNMP standards storage access storage system streaming switching tape TCP/IP throughput traditional types vendors video server video signal video systems VLAN Web services workflow