NAB2013 Recap….

datePosted on 12:03, April 14th, 2013 by Many Ayromlou
NAB2013
  • DAY 1 (South Hall Upper Floor):
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  • Capella:
    • Carina 1 frame latency DMA (Direct Memory Access) Camera and Video processing card
    • Cambria Live Series software
  • NTT Electronics:
    • Realtime H.264/AVC HD codec with 60p and 33 msec latency
    • AVC/H.264 Codec for Contribution and Distribution with 1 frame latency and 16ch/8 PES audio
    • Ultra Low Latency H.264 software Codec using Capella Carina 1 frame latency DMA (Direct Memory Access) Camera and Video processing card
  • Elemental:
    • HEVC H.265 software/hardware decoder
    • 4K Encoding for On Demand and Real-time Delivery
  • Sonic Notify
  • Nimbus (http://www.nimbus.kr):
    • Full HD 1080p60 Zero delay (10ms) H.264 Encoder for remote desktop
  • Panopto Video Platform: vCMS with E-learning recorder
  • Angry Moose :-)
  • VanguardVideo:
    • V.265 – World’s first pure software H.265/HEVC real-time encoder
    • H.265/HEVC 4K UltraHD Encode/Decode
  • Epson Curved Edgeblending Projection:
    • Concave or Convex multi projector curved edgeblending
    • HDBaseT based projectors PowerLite Pro G6900WU
    • HDBaseT based projectors PowerLite Pro G6900WUHDBaseT based projectors PowerLite Pro G6900WU
    • BrightLink Pro 1410Wi instant Whiteboard solution (no PC required)
  • Middle Atlantic
    • Presentation/Video Conferencing Monitor Pedestal
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    • Rack Link Intelligent Power Management
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    • New additions to ViewPoint Line of operator consoles
  • Brightcove Video Cloud:
    • Cloud based online video platform (vCMS)
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  • Streamstar streaming Innovations:
    • Webcast appliance with instant replay function
  • LiveU
    • Portable Uplink Solution
    • iPhone Uplink Solution with MiFi stick
  • Toshiba
    • On-Air Max Flash – Flash Memory playout server
    • ExaEdge – World’s first SSD-to-IP Direct Streaming Server w/ 64K concurrent sessions
  • DAY 2 (South Hall Lower Floor):
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  • Black Magic:
    • Black Magic
    • Pocket Cinema ($995)
    • Cinema Camera ($2995)
    • Production 4K ($3995)
    • BMCC Rigs
    • BMCC4K Rigs
  • RED labs
  • Christie:
    • World’s first 4K 60Hz DLP Projector
  • AJA:
    • Hi5-4K – 4K SDI to 4K HDMI converter
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    • T-Tap – HD-SDI to Thunderbolt converter
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  • MATROX
    • Avio KVM Extenders – Dual DVI Fiber KVM Extender up to 4Km/2.5mi (Zero Compression, Zero Latency)
    • Screen Shot 2013 04 13 at 5 51 40 PM
    • Maevex Video Over IP Digital Signage solution
    • Screen Shot 2013 04 13 at 5 47 50 PM
    • Matrox Mojito 4K editing solution
    • Screen Shot 2013 04 13 at 5 55 48 PM
    • Matrox MicroQuad – Quad SDI to HDMI multiviewer for 3G/HD/SD
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  • Ventuz
    • Real-time graphics content creation for professional presentations, video wall setups, multitouch applications or broadcast graphics
    • Spotted Zebra Ltd
    • MultiTaction Cell Displays – unlimited touch points, including hands, fingers, fingertips, 2D markers, real-life objects 
    • 3Monkeys
  • Haivision
    • Viper
  • Darim
    • Microstation and standLED lights
  • CalDigit
    • VR mini 2
    • Thunderbolt Station
  • Promise Technology
    • FiberChannel to Thunderbolt Interface
    • V-Trak zero server workgroup GFS (VTrakFS) Fiberchannel Storage
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  • Samsung Transparent Display
  • LiveStream
  • DIT Station
    • Rogue4 on-set data management and playback workstation
  • SGI (Silicon Graphics)
  • DAY 3 (Central Hall)
  • The PadCaster
  • Portalis
    • The Pro-xi workstation integrator
  • Panasonic
    • Ultra Wide Camera Solutions
    • 4K Camcorder
  • JVC
    • GY-HM650 2.0 ProHD mobile news camera – Dual coded with wifi and optional LTE modem for realtime streaming
  • Codex – The Vault digital recorder
  • DJI
    • Phantom
  • Fraunhofer IIS:
    • Computational Imaging – HDR Camera/Camera Array
    • Multi-view capturing for lightfield computation, HDR and higher frame rates
    • Multi-view capturing for lightfield computation
    • HDR video capturing with a single shot
    • Multi-view capturing for lightfield computation
  • Tascam:
    • DR-60D DSLR External Audio Recorder
    • DR-60D DSLR External Audio Recorder
  • ATOMOS
    • H2S HDMI to HD-SDI (or vice versa)
    • Samurai Blade
  • Freefly
    • Movi M10
  • Teradeck
    • VidiU portable RTMP streamer
  • Syrp genie motion controller for time lapse photography
  • Sony 4K Stitch with Virtual Camera
  • DAY 4 (North Hall)
  • IBM
    • PureData System for Analytics
    • GOPR0247
  • NHK
    • Over-the-Air Transmission of Super Hi-Vision (8K)
    • Super Hi-Vision Camera’s
    • Hybrid Cast – Accurate Graphic Rendering synchronized with frame and second screen

This took a while to figure out, mainly because I’m a unix guy trying to “figure out” Windows Server and it’s archaic ACL system and the fact that ACL’s/attributes under OSX are just insane. The main issue I had with all the other recipes on the net describing this process was that it did NOT work for OSX/Finder. When users transferred the files, Finder was not able to strip off it’s “in-use” attribute from the file once copied to the destination. This would leave files in limbo (greyed out) and no one could touch/access them from another Mac until I stripped the “in-use” attribute off manually. Normally SMB capable NAS’s ignore Finder/OSX attributes and this does not happen, but FS7500 is “mac friendly” and preserves the attributes so we had to figure out a way to give Finder enough rights to be able to strip the attribute off once the file was copied.

The core idea here is that you have a windows share (\\elm\DROPBOX in my case) which has a bunch of subfolders under it, one per class (they are in the form of BDCxxx.yyy in my case). What we’re trying to do is give AD users who are in AD groups (also called BDCxxx.yyy in my case) which represent classes enough permission to get inside \\elm\dropbox and see the name of the subfolders and be able to drag files onto the appropriate class subfolder (BDCxxx.yyy), essentially submitting their assignment. What we don’t want to let the users do is to peak inside those subfolders. It’s the equivalent of a “write only” group permission on a folder (no execute or read bit) in unix land. We also want to have our instructors be able to access everything in the DROPBOX share, so we use a group called DropBoxMasters for that purpose.

For the sake of this example I will use the student/class group BDC974.011 which the students belong to and DropBoxMasters group for our instructors. So here we go:

1) We obviously need a share. If you’re using a FS7500 NAS you just create the share and that’s it, no sharing permissions, everything is controlled by Windows ACL’s. If your share is on windows then I guess you can give full control sharing permissions to Domain Users. Once this is done we access \\elm to set the Windows permissions on DROPBOX share.

2) For DROPBOX we need the following permissions to be set to Allow and Apply it to “This folder only”: Traverse folder/execute file, List folder/read data, Read attributes, Read extended attributes, Read permissions. This will allow our BDC974.011 students to see the content of this folder (i.e. the subfolders, one per course). Remember that you need to create this permission set for each individual course/group/class. And remember to apply to “This folder only”.

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3) Still on DROPBOX share permissions we want to setup the DropBoxMasters group. This one is easy since it’s “Full control” permission that applies to “This folder, subfolder and files”. Easy :-)

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4) Before we go on, a note about the above process. In the permissions/Advanced security settings you should only have the “class/course” groups, the DropBoxMasters group, SYSTEM group (with full control) and Domain Admins (with full control). Next we want to create the subfolders inside DROPBOX, one subfolder per course/class (BDC974.011 in my case). Permission wise we want to setup the following permissions for the group that matches our course/folder (i.e. the example screen shots here are for group BDC974.011 on subfolder \\elm\DROPBOX\BDC974.011). We need the following permissions to be set to Allow and Apply it to “This folder only”: List folder/read data, Read attributes, Read extended attributes, Create files/write data, Create folders/append data, Write attributes, Write extended attributes, Read permissions.

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5) Still in the security settings for the course subfolder we need to add “CREATOR OWNER” to the list of permissions (This is a built-in windows entity) and give it the following permissions for “Files only”: basically all the allow check boxes EXCEPT the following (leave unchecked)……Full control, Change permissions, Take ownership. Remember these permissions are to be applied to “Files only”.

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That’s it…..Now just keep repeating this for all your courses/groups.

Get rid of double (triple) entries in Finder’s “Open With” Menu

datePosted on 09:55, February 20th, 2013 by Many Ayromlou

Does sh*t like this make you wanna smack your mac :-)

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Here is a quick way to rebuild the Launch Services database and get rid of duplicates in the Open With submenu:

/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Support/lsregister -kill -r -domain local -domain system -domain user

This process should take about a minute or two. You should check to see if this has fixed the problem. On my machine, running 10.8.2, I had to also restart Finder to complete the process using the following command:

killall Finder

That’s all…..Now Open With submenu is squicky clean

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