International Broadcasting Convention - IBC '94

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  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Conference date: 16-20 Sept. 1994
  • Conference number: CP397
  • The following topics were dealt with: widescreen; recording technology; random access media; advanced television; magnetic tape recording; audio for radio and TV; digital television networks; digital film processing and colorimetry; outside broadcasts; cable systems; digital coding of video signals; direct-to-home satellite broadcasting; measurement techniques; digital audio braodcasting; receivers and displays; multimedia developments; transmission coverage prediction and evaluation; digital terrestrial television; microwave video distribution; satellite services; image processing and enhancement

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  • Aspect ratio switching with equal horizontal equal count
  • The missing piece of the jigsaw: the development of the Digital Betacam Camcorder
  • D5: 1/2" full-bit component digital VTR format
  • Digital audio routing - a mature technology
  • Maintaining audio and video synchronisation in television
  • Audio for high definition television in North America
  • ISO/MPEG subjective tests on multichannel audio coding systems: practical realisation and test results
  • AUDETEL, AUdio DEscribed TELevision - the launch of national test transmissions
  • Maintaining audio and video synchronisation with concealed markers
  • ISO/MPEG subjective tests on multichannel audio coding systems: design and methodology
  • ISO/MPEG subjective tests on multichannel audio coding systems: statistical analysis
  • Countdown to D-day: Eurovision's digital debut
  • Converting for the digital future: it seemed like a good idea at the time
  • Total digital studio system in broadcasting station
  • Experience with multi-hub and multi-format TV network distribution
  • Contribution and distribution coding of video signals
  • A multi-level video codec for network distribution in the presence of errors
  • Wide screen signalling in the studio and production environment
  • Automation friend or foe
  • ISR (interactive status reporting) - a new approach to equipment management
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