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  1. 1. Technologies in the Film and TV Industries Charlie Brodie.
  2. 2. Consumer Products • This means any product for sale to a consumer for personal use in a household or residence. The use of technology in homes has increased exceedingly over the years due to the development of cheaper production in electronics. • Consumer products are sold through all sorts of different retailers and outlets such as Ebay, and can consist of items such as phones, cameras and TV equipment/accessories.
  3. 3. Satellite and Cable • Satellite television broadcast uses a satellite to relay signals to appropriately equipped customers in a certain area. Satellite TV is a system of delivering television programming using signals relayed from communication satellites. The signals are received via an outdoor parabolic reflector antenna usually referred to as a dish and a low-noise block downconverter. (LNB) • Whereas a cable is a system in which TV programmes are transmitted to the sets of subscribers by cable rather than by broadcast signal, signals are transmitted through coaxial cables or light pulses through fibre-optic cables.
  4. 4. Analogue • There previously was two types of TV in the UK, digital and analogue. Analogue television uses analog signals as a method of distributing media. Each channel that is added weakens the signals as it splits it with each channel added. This only ever supported 5 channels: BBC1, BBC2, ITV1, Channel 4 and 5.
  5. 5. Digital • Digital television is the transmission of audio and video by digitally processed and multiplexed signal. Digital TV can support more than one programme in the same channel bandwidth allowing there to be more channels and have higher quality. This is still presently in use, it supports hundreds of channels such as Film4. • By 2012, analogue was turned off in the ‘digital switchover’ which resulted in every home being digital.
  6. 6. Internet • The internet is a huge factor in every day life and in the consumption of media throughout the world. Media is consumed legally which is a common route for many people who stream their shows on BBC iPlayer and Netflix. These are majorly popular sites, as their prices are low or free in BBC Iplayers case. • Illegal websites are also very popular for both distributing illegal Tv shows or movies but, also music. Sites such as, Movietube and Mp3Clan, there are many illegal sites that are facing law suits and being removed.
  7. 7. Interactive • The internet has an very high level of interactivity with what is happening everyday. This can be accessed on television also, by using ‘interactive services.’ • Previously you would have to use teletext which was a system that allowed users to browse info on their televisions. Although now interactive services on the TV still exist, now in a different form. A lot of channels encourage viewers to use their red button to access said ‘interactive services.’
  8. 8. HD (High Definition) • High definition comes in 3 forms: 720p which is the lowest form, 1080p and 4k. At this moment, the most widespread of these is 1080p, although 4k Televisions are available but due to the expense is less likely to be brought. • The launch of high definition channels show that HD television is becoming increasingly popular and is higher on demand.
  9. 9. 3D • When it came to watching a varied amount of media forms in three dimensions, we the viewer are required to wear glasses (anaglyph 3D, they are often a red and blue to view the content). A discomfort and hassle for us, however 3D created a big comeback around 2003, when James Cameron had a bespoke camera built which was also capable of shooting 3D. • In 2009, Avatar came out and the film used, ‘realD 3D’ which was a form of digital stereoscopic 3D. It is projected smoother than the anaglyph 3D. • Now, there are large developments in 3D TV’s and channels, yet are still being developed further, so we will be able to watch 3D in the comfort of our own home.
  10. 10. Pay-per-view • Pay per view is a very popular style of television service used by many different channels. This means that if you want to watch a certain show you have to pay a small fee, an example would be Sky movies in which you rent them to watch.
  11. 11. On demand • On demand viewing Is a method of delivering media content to viewers. This allows viewers to access what they want and any time, it’s a fast and easy process. Much like BBC’s on demand service – BBC iPlayer or Sky on demand, however there is usually a limited time to watch anything.
  12. 12. Streaming Content • A recent development in delivering media to the masses is the streaming of content. Streaming is where content is viewed on the internet without having to download a file. These are your sites like Netflix, where they stream their content through On demand Streaming.
  13. 13. Digital Recorders • The final development in media is the use of digital recorders such as Sky+, where you can record TV shows and schedule recordings; which saves the content for future viewing. This allows people to view what they want, when they want, it benefits the viewers and keeps it convenient for them.

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