HDR

Emerging standards are making the best of existing pixels. Understand the principles of HDR, learn how to build workflows to simplify production, and deliver the highest quality HDR pictures possible.

Recent HDR Content

The Sponsors Perspective: TAG Video Systems Introduces New Business Model For Broadcast TechnologyJuly 1st 2020 - 09:00 AM

With the emergence of the cloud into the media production and delivery space, the broadcast and media industry must embrace an entirely new approach to acquiring and deploying technology. Large capital expenditures (CapEx) are increasingly being replaced by operating expense (OpEx) budgets that are more flexible and aligned with the operational requirements of broadcast facilities.

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Is Gamma Still Needed? - Part 2June 24th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Here we look at some of the origins of gamma in imaging and move on to introduce the peculiar characteristics of the cathode ray tube.

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Creative Analysis - Part 2 - Penny Dreadful From The CinematographerJune 17th 2020 - 09:00 AM

For anyone who’s seen the first series to bear the title, the name Penny Dreadful will conjure up images of occult happenings in a shadowy, late-Victorian world. After twenty-seven episodes across three highly successful seasons, Showtime aired the last episode of Penny Dreadful in June 2016. By November 2018, the network had ordered a successor: Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, which premiered in April 2020 and looks very different to its gothic predecessor.

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To earn the Nextgen TV logo badge, products must pass conformance testing developed by the ATSC Testing Subgroup.

Nextgen TV Hits A Speed BumpJune 8th 2020 - 09:00 AM

The cancelled Las Vegas 2020 NAB Show delayed the US launch of commercial Nextgen TV, but broadcasters don’t let technical problems ruin an exciting show. They kept the NAB Show going with a come-as-you-are, delicious and nutritious, Las Vegas-style, virtual broadcast technology buffet, and made it look like that was the plan all along.

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The Sponsors Perspective: How HDR Has Blurred Lines Between TV And CinemaJune 4th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Twenty years ago, there was a clear divide between how you shot and finished a project for Cinema compared to the typical workflows used in broadcast TV. With the advent of streaming services that provide 4K/UHD to a broad audience the lines are now blurred between these two worlds.

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HDR - Part 10 - Large Format Cinematography And LensesJune 3rd 2020 - 09:00 AM

Most film and TV jobs start with some simple questions, as Gregory Irwin puts it. “What is it, where is it, when is it.” In April 2018 Irwin found himself asking those questions of cinematographer Lawrence Sher, with whom he’d collaborated on five previous films beginning with John Hamburg’s I Love You, Man in 2009, as well as the 2019 production Godzilla: King of the Monsters, directed by Michael Dougherty, and the three Hangover films by director Todd Phillips. Sher’s call concerned another Phillips collaboration which would go on to gross over a billion dollars; it was to star Joaquin Phoenix and titled simply Joker.

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Streaming 10-bit 4K, HDR/WCG and AI-streamlined post-production are the trends to watch in 2020 bonded cellular.

Bonded Cellular Spring 2020 UpdateMay 28th 2020 - 09:00 AM

Need a live shot from inside an unmarked moving rental sedan during a thunderstorm? No problem.

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The LDX 100 is a self-contained IP endpoint with up to 100 Gb/s IP network connections for audio, video, and control at the camera head.

Grass Valley Unveils An IP Camera Made For Networking And Remote ProductionMay 27th 2020 - 01:50 PM

With each new remote production and IT-centric infrastructure implementation, camera manufacturers are learning more and more about what it takes for a camera to operate seamlessly on an all-IP network. With the right design, production companies can send less equipment to live events and camera operators can work from anywhere—even those with limited skills.

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