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9.30AM – 12.30PM

THE POST SESSION IS NOW AT FULL CAPACITY

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For: senior post management, grading artists, CTOs, workflow specialists and DI producers

Post companies will bare most of the brunt of HDR. This session looks to directly address many of these concerns. The presentations and debate are relatively technical and with a primary focus on what the distributors want, as well as what technology is already available, what’s coming through (and what’s missing) and to hear from those post houses who are mastering to HDR, including SDR vs HDR grading, when to make use of tone mapping; media management issues; vfx, captioning and other technical gremlins; the multiple deliverables of HDR; what Netflix, Amazon and Sky want; and colour science.

We’ve gathered many of the leading experts in HDR and we want you to be part of the debate and believe the Dolby Theatre size works well to bring you in to the discussion.

 

TIMETABLE

 

9.30 – 10.15: HDR Formats and what the distributors want?

A panel of post CTOs and vendor experts debate and dissect what HDR formats are in the ascendant, changing SVoD and broadcaster demands and what post companies are now required to do.

Speakers

Simon Gauntlett, Director of Imaging Standards & Technology, Dolby Laboratories

Christo Conidaris, Regional Sales Director, Quantum

Oliver Gappa, Sales Manager, Broadcast & Media, Rohde & Schwarz

Peter Collins, Head of Drama Workflow, The Farm Group

Chair

Rupert Watson, Sales Director, Jigsaw24

 

10.15 – 10.30: HDR Tools for Monitoring and Display

AJA’s Bryce Button on what’s available now and what’s to come for real time HDR editing, grading and VFX support. He also shows some new products. He also shows some new AJA HDR products for easier workflow and playout, for the first time in the UK.

Speaker

Bryce Button, Director Product Marketing, AJA

 

10.30 - 10.45: Transkoder Demonstration

Roundtable Films’ Jack Jones guides us through a demonstration of moving between SDR and HDR formats in 4x real time on Colorfront’s catch-all Transkoder.

Speaker

Jack Jones, Joint Managing Director and Senior Colourist, Roundtable Films

 

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11.00 – 11.10: The Importance of Calibration

Image Eyes’ Martin Parsons on the importance of calibration, working with grading artists and what he looks to set within post houses.

Speaker

Martin Parsons, Owner, Image Eyes

 

11.10 – 11.55: Grading Considerations

Is ACES the only way to go? Do you grade SDR or HDR first? Where does tone mapping fit in? Martin Parsons chairs a panel ofcolourists to tackle the finer points of grading etiquette and do’s and don’ts.

Chair

Martin Parsons, Owner, Image Eyes

Speakers

Aiden Farrell, Colourist, The Farm Group

Jack Jones, Joint Managing Director and Senior Colourist, Roundtable Films

Phil Crawley, Chief Engineer, Jigsaw24

 

11.55 – 12.30: Managing HDR: storage, workflow, deliverables, archive and clinic

Best practice HDR asset management through the pipe – from ingest to deliverables and archive. Is there one common solution? A panel of vendor and post experts explore HDR workflow best practice, and as this is the final session for post, this is also a clinic... If you have a question, our assembled panel should have a solution.

Chair

Graham McGuinness, Operations Director, Jigsaw24

Speakers

Christo Conidaris, Regional Sales Director, Quantum

Oliver Gappa, Sales Manager, Broadcast & Media, Rohde & Schwarz


THIS SESSION IS NOW FULL