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International Broadcasting Conference (IBC)

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  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Conference date: 12-16 Sept. 1997
  • ISBN: 0 85296 694 6
  • Conference number: CP447
  • The following topics were dealt with: interactive service technologies; multimedia distribution using wireless techniques; media management; broadband networks; HDTV; new systems concepts and implementation; post production; play out systems and server applications; reality of virtual production; data compression; video and data broadcasting using DVB techniques; network architectures and applications; terrestrial broadcasting; IRD; digital broadcast receivers; bit stream management; acquisition and display

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  • The outlook for interactivity via digital satellite
  • Designing the digital MMDS network for maximum benefit: technological considerations in service, coverage and subscriber issues
  • ATM and broadcast quality video
  • Linking broadcast and business systems
  • Future and limits of tape applicability
  • The transition to digital - ART experience
  • ILA® projector technology for electronic cinema applications
  • Trends in digital television - all change or steady as she goes?
  • Adding value to a virtual studio with animatable graphics
  • Bill and Ted's vision of a new world order
  • ADSL - the gateway to video on demand services?
  • Broadcast applications of 4:2:2 MPEG
  • Electronic and photonic switching in the ATM era
  • Improved capacity for delivery of digital video via satellite
  • 525-line progressive scan signal digital interface standard and equipment
  • An overview of the NIST HDTV broadcast technology program
  • Controlling a high definition broadcast television studio using distributed software objects
  • The fully integrated multichannel broadcast system: harder than it looks
  • Content-based digital video retrieval
  • Real-time switching of MPEG-2 bitstreams
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