Viktor V. Bykov,
Moscow technical University of communications and Informatics, Moscow, Russia

DOI: 10.36724/2664-066X-2023-9-3-14-21

SYNCHROINFO JOURNAL. Volume 9, Number 3 (2023). P. 14-21.


Modern television production is characterized by the use of information technology and the transition to high-definition formats Ultra HD 4K and 8K. This entails high speeds of digital information transmission and large volumes of media information storage. In television production and broadcasting, two main trends can be identified – improving image quality, its resolution and increasing frame rates and the transition to IP and open communication standards, which indicates the merging of television and information technologies. After the advent of digital TV, it became even more obvious how much the impact of television on the viewer depends on the method of presenting the material, and therefore on the choice of technical means for producing TV programs. The improvement of TV production indicators was facilitated by the widespread introduction of non-linear editing technologies, which initially involve working with video and audio materials in digital format. An important step in the development of television technologies is the use of modern data storage systems based on information and network methods. The article discusses the technologies and features of TV production and the use of network systems, including Network Attached Storage and Storage Area Network.

Keywords Technology, Media Information, Video Camera, Television Production, Resolution, Filming, Storage Devices


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