Broadcast Beat Magazine 2017 NAB Show NY/SMPTE Special Edition - Page 67

The history of SMPTE is almost synonymous with the history of film and television, and it has been a remarkable journey over the past century” Will Change Content Creation Methodologies” by Tom Ohanian of TAO Associates. Sessions on workflow systems will include “IMF End-to-End Workflows in Media Asset Management Systems,” present- ed by Julian Fernandez of Tedial, as well as “Applying an Agile Approach to Next-Generation Media Management,” present- ed by Arvato’s Ben Davenport and Christian Siegert. Moving into cloud-oriented workflows, Avid’s Shailendra Mathur will present “Media Cloud Migration Patterns: Connecting Services Between Bare Metal, Virtual Machines, and Containers.” Richard Cartwright of Streampunk Media will pres- ent his paper on “An Internet of Things Architecture for Cloud-Fit Professional Media Workflow.” Speaking within the session on compression, RealNetworks’ Reza Rassool will present a paper titled “VMAF Reproducibility: Validating a Perceptual Practical Quality Metric for 4K Video.” Subhabrata Bhattacharya and Adithya Prakash of Netflix will look at quality from anoth- er perspective, presenting “Towards Scalable Automated Analysis of Digital Video Assets for Content Quality Control Applications” within the Quality and Monitoring of Images and Sound session. The SMPTE 2017 session on UHD acquisition and processing will feature a presentation by YunHyoung Kim of the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), whose paper describes the world’s first implementation of the Internet Media Subtitles and Captions 1.0 (IMSC1) closed- captioning system — on which Broadcast Beat Magazine • www.broadcastbeat.com • 67