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IMPORTANT NOTE

We have now stopped taking registrations for the HDR session as we are oversubscribed.

There are still a few spaces remaining for the IP / Connectivity session.

You are of course welcome to come and join us for a drink on the day

and pick up a copy of the October Facilities 50 issue.

WHAT IS IT?

The Future of Post is a free to attend afternoon event with an option to register for two practical, must-attend technology sessions covering HDR and IP/connectivity. The Future of Post is also an opportunity to catch up with leading technology experts, network with your peers and pick up the October Facilities 50 issue of Televisual ahead of general release (Monday 16th October). The format for the conference-style sessions is a panel discussion with leading vendor and post experts supported by a case study from a post house CTO about how they've implemented new technology and workflow solutions.

 

THE DATE AND VENUE

The Future of Post takes place on Wednesday 11th October at The Dolby Theatre on Soho Square between 12.30 and 5.00pm. The venue holds up to 68 delegates within an intimate, purpose-built HDR viewing theatre. There’s also a large reception area where we’re showing demonstrations and serving drinks and where you can network and carry the conversation forward with our assembled experts who can answer most of your questions. Registration is essential as numbers are limited.

You can register for one or both sessions or just come along to network and pick up the October, Facilities 50 issue. Registration is essential as numbers are limited.

 

BESPOKE TECHNOLOGY SESSIONS FOR POST

The Future of Post offers two distinct coneference-style sessions to bring you up to speed with current structural implementation and workflows. Both sessions will provide practical and relevant technology insight and give you plenty of opportunity to ask your own questions of the assembled experts and hear how your peers are mastering to HDR and embracing IP workflows and solutions. The Future of Post event is all about sharing essential knowledge about emerging technologies and processes that should prove immediately practical to all who attend.

Each session runs for approximately 80 - 90 minutes with a break between the two. You can register for either session or for both but with limited spaces, registration is essential.

EVENT & SESSION TIMETABLE

NB You don't need to attend for the full afternoon, but you do need to register for either

or both of the two conference-style sessions and to let us know that you're coming.

 

12:30 - 5:00PM 

DRINKS & NETWORKING AT THE RAY DOLBY THEATRE ON SOHO SQUARE. 

YOU CAN ARRIVE AT ANY TIME, HOWEVER REGISTRATION IS ESSENTIAL.

 

1:15 - 2:40PM   

IP / CONNECTIVITY CASE STUDY & BEST PRACTICE PANEL DISCUSSION.

PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST TEN MINUTES BEFORE THE SESSION START TIME.

 

3:00 - 4:25PM

HDR POST WORKFLOW CASE STUDY & BEST PRACTICE PANEL DISCUSSION.

PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST TEN MINUTES BEFORE THE SESSION START TIME.

 

Drinks and snacks will be served throughout the afternoon and there's plenty of time to see some of the product solutions and demonstrations in the main foyer and to catch up with our assembled technology experts and your peers before and after each session. We want you to take an active part in the discussion, so please come armed with your own questions, challenges and concerns. The Future of Post is an opportunity to get up to speed with how post companies are embracing recent technology changes and an opportunity to get an advance copy of the Televisual October Facilities 50 ahead of general release the following week.

THE FUTURE OF POST AGENDA

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HDR Post Workflows

Important note - this session is now oversubscribed and we are unable to accept any further registrations (sorry).

3:00 - 4:25PM

In our HDR in Production session back in July we looked at HDR deliverables and which formats were rising to the fore. Back in the Summer it seemed as if HLG was gaining some ground while since then the news has been dominated by the rise of DolbyVision, most recently for Apple TV.

Feedback from the July event suggested there was a hunger for more insight in to best practice post workflows and this is the topic under the spotlight. In this panel discusssion we explore best practice from ingest to graded master, with a particluar empahasis on what editing codecs, managing the assets and grading alternatives.

Hear from some of the best technologists in the UK working in market leading vendors and find time to ask them one-to-one questions about best practice.

CHAIR

Rupert Watson, Sales Director, root6/Jigsaw24

SPEAKERS

Marc Risby, Group CTO, DigiBox (for AJA)

Phil Oatley, Head of Tech, Technicolor London

Chris Elson, Regional Sales Manager, Quantum

Richard Wilding, Chief Technology Officer, Molinare

Richard Warburton, Product Manager, Global Distribution / Atomos

SUPPORTING CASE STUDY

James Bennett interviews Molinare's Richard Wilding, Molinare's CTO about HDR workflow from ingest to final grade and master. 

TELEVISUAL FACILITIES 50

Pick up your advance copy of October's issue and join Televisual and your peers for a drink

12:30 - 5:00pm

All delegates get their own copy of Televisual on arrival. This distribution is in advance of the main magazine mailing with subscribers getting their copies from Monday, 16th October.

One issue per delegate.

 

 

 

IP / Connectivity

1:15 - 2:40PM

The IP / Connectivity session explores a range of IP themes and how reliable, faster and more secure internet connectivity is enabling new ways of working from the remote MCR to editing and grading.

It is clear that the existing post model based on a central facility address that houses creative services, MCR and production all under one roof is changing. There are already examples where the MCR has been relocated to a less expensive address releasing expensive real estate for creative finishing suites.

With the right monitor calibration in both locations, a feature film or 4K HDR grade can be run from two locations with the primary customers reviewing the work with minimal latency. Remote grading at the Dolby Theatre is our case study that kicks off this session

Avid is now forging ahead with Media Central... Future post workflows are set to be less and less location specific. 

The Future of Post has brought together leading technologists to explore and discuss these changes and what's required from product and application to infrastructure and suppliers.

CHAIR

Graham Mcguiness, Director, root6/Jigsaw24

SPEAKERS

Daniel Napier, Technical Director, Halo Post

Oliver Pennington, Head of Engineering, Sohonet

Patrick Nelson, Territory Sales Manager, Northern Europe

Ian Lowe, Senior Sales Manager, EMEA - Video Products at Dolby Laboratories

SUPPORTING CASE STUDY

James Bennett interviews Dolby's Ian Lowe about how the Ray Dolby Theatre is providing remote grading services supported by a live demonstration. What is the set-up? Who are the partners? And where do the pitfalls lie?

 

 

 

 

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