MTV use Teranex3D for '2012 Video Music Awards'

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MTV use Teranex3D for '2012 Video Music Awards'

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Η Blackmagic Design ανακοίνωσε οτι το MTV χρησιμοποίησε την τεχνολογία επεξεργασίας video για 3D απεικόνιση στα “2012 MTV Video Music Awards” (VMAs). Καθώς η λήψη/παραγωγή γινόταν ζωντανά  στο STAPLES Center, το MTV ταυτόχρονα μετέδιδε τα  VMAs με 3D εικόνα στα κοντινά Regal Cinemas’ L.A. LIVE Theater όπου παρακολοθούσαν το show 600 θεατές.

Με την τεχνολογία της Teranex στην επεξεργασία και προσομοίωση 3D εικόνας το MTV είχε την δυνατότητα να μετατρέψει το απλό live 2D σήμα σε 3D σε πραγματικό χρόνο, δημιουργώντας μια απίστευτα ρεαλιστική προσομοίωση βάθους για τους θεατές.

Το 1080i video σήμα στελνόταν από το  STAPLES Center μέσω οπτικής ίνας σε ένα switcher στο χώρο προβολής του L.A. LIVE Theater. Το σήμα κατόπιν τροφοδοτούσε την μονάδα Teranex, και εκεί γινόταν η μετατροπή απο 2D σε 3D και ταυτόχρονα απο 1080i σε 1080p. Επιπλέον μέσα απο μια δεύτερη μονάδα Teranex γινόταν live εγγραφή σε ένα videotape recorder σε 3D mode.

“Being MTV, we didn’t want to simply play back the feed coming from STAPLES Center; we wanted to recreate the feeling of actually being there,” said Jeff Jacobs, SVP and executive in charge of production for the MTV Music Group. “The VMAs are so huge they are a spectacle of an awards show, and we were better able to recreate the intensity and feeling of actually being there for the fans by broadcasting the show in 3D using Teranex video processing technology.”

Η ΑΜΥ διαθέτει και υποστηρίζει τις λύσεις και τα προϊόντα της Blackmagic/Teranex στην ελληνική αγορά.

Blackmagic Design today announced that MTV used Blackmagic Design’s Teranex video processing technology for a 3D screening of the “2012 MTV Video Music Awards” (VMAs). Recorded live at STAPLES Center, MTV simultaneously broadcast the VMAs in 3D to 600 fans at the nearby Regal Cinemas’ L.A. LIVE Theater.

With Teranex’s image processing and 3D processing and simulation, MTV was able to transform a single live 2D camera feed by converting the signal to 3D in real time, creating an incredibly realistic and immersive simulation of depth for audience members.

The 1080i video feed from STAPLES Center was sent via fiber to a switcher located in the projection room of the L.A. LIVE Theater. The feed was then input into the Teranex unit, and the signal was converted from 2D to 3D, as well as converted from 1080i to 1080p as the Barco projector being used required a progressive signal, not interlaced. Additionally, the entire show was recorded in 3D on a Sony SRW5800 videotape recorder via a second Teranex unit.

“Being MTV, we didn’t want to simply play back the feed coming from STAPLES Center; we wanted to recreate the feeling of actually being there,” said Jeff Jacobs, SVP and executive in charge of production for the MTV Music Group. “The VMAs are so huge they are a spectacle of an awards show, and we were better able to recreate the intensity and feeling of actually being there for the fans by broadcasting the show in 3D using Teranex video processing technology.”

 

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