Korea Adobe Systems (www.adobe.com/kr) participated in the 25th Korea International Broadcasting, Audio & Lighting Equipment Show (KOBA 2015), which ran May 19-22 at COEX.
The company introduced professional video technologies and service updates in broadcasting, film, and video sectors. Also, there were major updates for Adobe CC Video Apps, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and Adobe After Effects CC.
With such features, the new Adobe Character Animator, which can give a two-dimensional character dynamic movements, was added to Adobe After Effects CC.
These updates enable broadcasters and pay-TV providers to expand the range of video playback into screens, use closed captioning, increase powerful content protection, and institute instant ad campaigns in various TV apps and operating systems.
In addition, Adobe Primetime supports major third-party DRM technologies, which increase content protection in closed playback environments.
KOBA began in 1991 for the development of Korea’s broadcasting culture and video, audio, and lighting industries. This year, a total of 932 companies from 32 countries participated to present the next-gen broadcasting trend, of which 189 were Korean companies.
Over a hundred sessions under the event name “The International Broadcasting Technology Conference” were held at COEX Conference Center, on major topics such as 4K, UHD, smart technology, digital radio, and broadcasting technology and policies.