Empowering content creators with AI tools and game engines

EBU tech-i 051

The cover of this issue of tech-i celebrates the work of a multi-disciplinary team drawn from several EBU Members – RTÉ, Rai, VRT and Yle – who have developed a new production pipeline for computer-generated animation. It enables users to employ off-the-shelf tools like smartphones and webcams, along with real-time render engines, to create 3D animated content quickly and collaboratively.

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  • Whatever the metaverse may be, it must be sustainable – Antonio Arcidiacono on the massive infrastructure challenges related to making the metaverse a reality
  • New publications from EBU T&I
  • EBU events: looking back and looking forward
  • Satisfy the appetite for personalized media experiences with object-based production – Tailoring the content recipe to each individual audience member
  • Innovation in the fast lane – a new acceleration track for PSM – Using start-ups to kickstart innovation among public service media
  • Automatic monitoring of perceived quality for audiovisual content – RTVE has been testing a pioneering solution that combines video analytics and AI
  • Pan-European collaboration to build a smart CG animation pipeline – How a group of EBU Members developed a novel approach to computer-generated animation
  • The essential building blocks for accessibility services – Media accessibility relies on several essential elements
  • HbbTV – a major tool for accessibility – The advantages of a flexible feature set coupled with widespread deployment
  • The future of R&D&I at Germany’s ARD – Following the closure of IRT, a new network of competence centres has been created
  • How digital sobriety can contribute to more sustainable media – A youth-focused initiative from France Télévisions and WDR is sustainable by design
  • In my opinion: Digital-first content is radio’s key to success for younger audiences – James Cridland, Podnews.net
  • Partner Profiles: MPEG – Delivering a new generation of media standards
  • Changing perspectives on social media platforms among PSM – The latest research from the EBU Media Intelligence Service
  • In the spotlight: Jörgen Bang, Sveriges Radio