Moving beyond the use of three primary colors could significantly increase the range of colors we can reproduce. There is no doubt it could improve the viewer experience but what are the barriers to adoption?
A self-described “technologist” at heart, Louis Hernandez Jr. knows an emerging trend when he sees one and likes to ride the wave as long as possible. Trained by his father, a computer science teacher, with his formal undergraduate and MBA in finance, he became a technology entrepreneur in the mid-1990s w
Quantum Computing is still a developmental technology but it has the potential to completely transform more or less everything we currently assume regarding what computers can and can’t do - when it hits the mainstream what will it do to broadcast?
EDIUS 11 includes new features to make video editing more efficient and expressive. Additionally, it also bundles the Mync 11 media player, organizer and uploader with EDIUS project, sequence and clip management. To provide for group collaboration of EDIUS projects and source clips between multiple EDIUS clients, Grass Valley is introducing the
From capture, through production and onwards to delivery, handling multiple formats simultaneously is a core challenge for broadcast workflows. Thankfully there will be plenty of technology options on show at IBC to facilitate even the most complex requirements.
When conventional VFX are produced, there’s often a real-world lighting reference available. That approach can be used in virtual production, but increasingly, the director of photography might want or need to have some pre-production involvement in the development of a virtual world. The job may be familiar, but the t
It is true that some of the key tools of virtual production are well-established in the world of computer entertainment, but the design constraints can be very different, demanding photorealism over smaller areas, as well as staging and layout that’s suitable for the proposed scene.