IBC 2010 was “the second biggest IBC in history”, based on visitor numbers, which were up almost 9% on last year. In total, 48,521 attended the show that wrapped up earlier this week.
“The level of attendance and engagement at IBC this year is a clear indication that our industry is robust, recovering well and driven by continuing advances in technology and creativity,” believes IBC CEO Michael Crimp.
Over 1,300 companies were represented at the show and a 13th hall had to be added a month or two before the event kicked off to accommodate increased demand for stand space.
Televisual covered the event in a series of live blogs from the show room floor, which are rounded up below…
Televisual’s interview with stereo 3d guru, 3ality’s Steve Schklair, who made the keynote speech on Monday’s 3d conference day
Panasonic’s new cameras – the AG-AF101, its first DSLR for the broadcast market, a newly updated AG-3DA1, Panasonic’s dual-lens stereo 3d camera and, the AJ-HPX3100, a new P2 model with vastly improved proxy files
Sony’s new cameras – two prototype models (a dual-lens stereo 3d camera and a very affordable digital 35mm model) and the PMW-500, a new solid-state XDCAM camera that records at 50mb/s to SxS cards
Quantel re-invents the file to provide web-based editing of live footage, from anywhere in the world
Autodesk packages up Flame, Smoke and Lustre into a single ‘ultimate finishing package’ called Flame Premium that effectively kills off Flame as a standalone product
A series of news in briefs, including the Ki Pro mini from AJA, Autoscript’s iPad prompter, Grass Valley’s stereo 3d super slo-mos and Avid’s web-editing technology demo
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