This is an extract of ETSI TS 101 231 where code registrations for the PDC and VPS systems are maintained and updated. New codes can be requested HERE. The full TS 101 231 document is available free of charge on the ETSI website.
This is EBU Tech 3356, the General Description of version 1.2 (Oct. 2015) of the FIMS specification of a vendor-neutral common framework for implementing Interoperable Media Services using a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).
The IBTN scheme and bar-code label format is specified. A register of Facilities Codes and Media Carriers (tapes, etc.), used as part of the IBTN is included. New codes can be requested from email@example.com . October 2015 - facilities code added (PHS).
Decisions made at WRC-15 regarding the allocation of spectrum frequencies could significantly impact the future of terrestrial TV in Europe. This fact sheet summarises the results of the preparatory work conducted in Europe and in the ITU.
The EBU’s Loudness work has become a resounding international success. Many national broadcasters have adopted it and over 70 product manufacturers are offering tools in support of EBU R 128. And there is more to come...
EBU Timed Text (EBU-TT) is the successor of the EBU STL subtitling format. It supports the production and archiving of subtitles, legacy STL file transcoding and tunnelling, online distribution and live subtitling.
Quality Control has become big business and getting it right has never been more important. This factsheet outlines the work of the EBU Strategic Programme on QC and the EBU.IO/QC tool it created and is currently extending.
This is the specification of an XML based archiving and interchange format for EBU-TT subtitles. This version 1.1 provides alignment with EBU-TT-D and adds metadata to support usage requirements expresesd by the UK's Digital Production Partnership.