Scenarist and DTS To Hold Ultra HD Blu-Ray Technology Seminar in London

Scenarist, the developer of Hollywood-standard professional Blu-ray Disc authoring systems, and DTS, a specialist in high-definition audio enhancement technologies and solutions, will hold a seminar on Ultra HD Blu-ray in London on January 13.

The seminar, from 2 to 5 pm at the Charlotte Street Hotel Screening Room at 15-17 Charlotte Street in London, will provide key information, demonstrations and a venue for UHD workflows to major motion picture studios, independent content holders, professional authoring facilities and audio engineers engaged in the creation of immersive audio mixing.

There will be a detailed discussion covering HDR including the 10-bit base layer, space tone mapping perspectives and a review of Technicolor CRI, Philips HDR and Dolby Vision. The ATEME TITAN HEVC transcoding system and metadata insertion will be demonstrated. Also audio by DTS/X and Dolby Atmos will be discussed.

There will be guest speakers from DTS, ATEME, Scenarist and others.

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