​Nevion Adds Cinema HDR To Virtuoso For Post

Nevion has announced that it is adding support for High Dynamic Range (HDR) 4:4:4 12-bit JPEG 2000 compression to Virtuoso.

Virtuoso enables the transport of colour-accurate video in real time over IP to allow collaborative production. over any distance.

The product already supports HDR for 4:2:2 10-bit content. Now, Nevionis enhancing Virtuoso to enable post-production houses to work in 4:4:4 12-bit HDR for various color spaces (RGB and XYZ, as well as YCbCr) and formats (including 2K, 4K and stereoscopic). A single Virtuoso unit can handle, for example, up to eight 2K HDR streams, two 4K HDR streams, or one 4K HDR stereoscopic stream.

Johnny Dolvik, Chief Product and Development at Nevion says: “Our involvement in movie post-production workflows goes back over a decade, and we are very proud that our equipment has been used to produce some of the biggest blockbuster movies of recent years. Adding cinema grade HDR to our media node Virtuoso is just the latest development of the platform to meet the evolving needs of movie industry.”

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