Digital Media Laboratory
The Digital Media Laboratory provides tools covering the entire value chain of multimedia flow, including capture, processing, transmission and consumption of state-of-the-art content. It comprises three parts: TV set with green screen, processing laboratory and a digital home for interactive consumption of the content.
The functions carried out in this laboratory are:
Capture of multimedia content
- Television set equipped with green screen and lighting
- Content is captured through audiovisual production cameras, among which highlights are the Canon C300 and Blackmagic URSA mini, which capture 4K and HDR (high dynamic range) content.
- The set is also equipped with robotic cameras, integrated with a real-time virtualisation system.
Processing of multimedia content
- Hardware equipment to analyse, manipulate and encode the content
Transmission and signalling of content
- Infrastructure for the distribution of content by streaming via internet on state-of-the-art protocols.
- DVB modulation system for the broadcast transmission of DTTV (Digital Terrestrial Television) and digital TV by satellite, including the signalling of services such as HbbTV.
- Visualisation of state-of-the-art audiovisual content, supporting resolutions of up to 4K with 16-stop HDR displays and up to 5,000 nits.
- A digital home to emulate a normal environment where TV is consumed, with UHD TVs and TVs connected to the internet for enriched consumption of hybrid broadcast-internet services (HbbTV 1.X/2.0) and second screen interactive experiences.