In August 2014 a new technical regulations of the KHL (Kontinental Hockey League) was approved. According to the new rules, hockey championships should be recorded from video cameras to video goal systems in HD 720p or 1080i format and have a frame rate of 50 fps. Such video quality makes it easier for Video Goal Judge to review replays of a disputable game situation.
In year 2014, BRAM Technologies has celebrated its 5th anniversary. During this period, not very long it could seem, the company has accumulated a huge experience. More than 700 television companies around the world have given preference to developments of BRAM Technologies. The updated versions of the main system products of BRAM Technologies will be introduced on the booth №14C20 during IBC 2014 exhibition, Amsterdam.
The All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) announces the launch of the new Russian Detective TV channel, which will be broadcasted 24/7 from the On-Air TV complex. Start of the playout is scheduled for the first half of April 2014.
BRAM Technologies announces the Avid DNxHD codec support for Azimuth video servers. Azimuth video servers are the core of the SerialCam HD multi-channel system that is developed for synchronous recording of HD video, audio and timecode in multi camera filming of movies, TV shows, concerts, sports and other events.
About 200 TV companies from all over the world participated in broadcasting of the XXII Winter Olympic Games 2014 in Sochi that had been watched by the television audience of several billion people. In Russia, the right to broadcast the competitions had three TV companies: Channel One Russia, VGTRK and NTV-PLUS. In Sochi, they built mini-TV-centers equipped with high-technology equipment and software.