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HDR Video | From Cameras To Post Production
Los Angeles Event | Thurs, February 6, 2020 | Doors Open 6:30 PM
Join fellow members of the production community in an evening of equipment and discussion around the latest workflows in HDR video production.
The wild west of creating HDR video is over. We’ve learned the basics of HDR (High Dynamic Range) video finishing before, but how are people doing it today? Major streaming services like Netflix, YouTube, Apple, and Vimeo are all pushing productions to think about HDR throughout their production process. The goal is to show a range of light much closer to that available to the human eye. The goal gets a little messier when you take into account the four different standards HDR TVs are using- Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG, the expensive equipment required, and the client file deliverables.
Good HDR starts with capture. Great HDR thinks HDR throughout the process.
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Jason Yanuzzi, Colorist
Credits Include: Big Brother, Hell’s Kitchen, Games People Play, HOME, Nikki Glaser: Bangin’,
Chad Mumford, Colorist/Owner of Banana Post
Credits Include: Madame Secretary, Star Trek, GLOW, Game of Thrones, Christmas Chronicles, I Feel Pretty, Hotel Artemis
Jeff Sengpiehl, Chief Technologist at Key Code Media
Jonathon has worked extensively in sound, editorial and media technology for many studios, including Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney Studios.
Jonathon Lee, CTO at Tunnel Digital
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