The era of DCP authoring and distribution is well and truly amongst us, but it can still involve some treacherous waters. To help you find out more about maximising your DCP from shooting through to post, fxguide and Adobe are presenting a free event during SMPTE15 in Sydney, in association with Sydney ACM SIGGRAPH (Professional Chapter) and Australian Cinematographers Society.
The event will feature Lars Borg, Principal Scientist at Adobe and of the leading minds behind ACES, and Bill Roberts, Senior Director of Professional Video Product Management at Adobe. They will explore many issues regarding DCP authoring and distribution, as well as workflow solutions and mobile color science.
From camera to screen - maximising your DCP pipeline will take place on Wednesday 15 July 2015 at 6pm at HOYTS Cinemas, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Free to fxguide readers (limited numbers).
Please RSVP here
- What can you do to maximize a DCP pipeline, from shooting to post?
- Issues with SMPTE DCP - why has the transition been difficult? Why is the adoption rate not higher?
- 4K, 8K and beyond - what is Rec. 2020 and what do I need to know?
- Standards for the home TV - the Dolby approach
- Mobile color science - new tools for capturing and creating looks
- What is Dolby Vision? (as launched with Tomorrowland)
About Lars Borg
Lars Borg has over 20 years of experience in color management. Lars develops solutions, specifications and standards for digital imaging, image processing, digital cinema (ACES), color management, CinemaDNG, high dynamic range, wide color gamut, UHDTV, video compression, metadata, holds over 30 patents in these areas, and is active in SMPTE, ISO and ICC standards developments.
About Bill Roberts
Bill Roberts has worked in professional video and audio for over 25 years, with the majority of his career focused on developing software tools for creative professionals. He is an expert on video, film and file based workflows and the impact that the Internet / Cloud Computing is having on both content creation and consumption.
We hope to see you at this event!
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