Implication of High Dynamic Range in an broadcast environment.
High Dynamic Range opens a whole new spectrum of opportunities for images. Expanding the dynamic range allows us to play with shades of both dark and light areas, providing a much more realistic and lively color palette.
But what are the possibilities for content creators and broadcasters, and how do you use this technique to its fullest?
MediaNet Vlaanderen provides you with a range of speakers who highlight the technical and productional side of producing content in HDR.
09u30 – 10u00 Welcome
10u00 – 10u10 Intro by MediaNet Vlaanderen
10u10 – 10u40 HDR state of technology and market by Thierry Fautier – Harmonic
10u40 – 11u20 HDR applied (standards) by Thomas Guionnet – Ateme
11u20 – 11u40 Break
11u40 – 12u20 Live production – how to control the elements for live production by Marcel Koutstaal – Camera Product Group
12u20 – 13u00 Lighting, specific to HDR – EFP by Hennig Raeslein – Arri
13u00 – 14u00 Lunch
14u00 – 14u40 HDR in post production workflows by Georg Piorczynski – Rohde & Schwarz
14u40 – 15u20 Measuring HDR signals – Tektronix
15u20 – 15u40 Break
15u40 – 16u20 Distribution – KPN
16u20 – 17u00 Connecting with your audience using UHD & HDR by Peter Sykes – Sony
17u00 – 17u15 Q&A
17u15 – 18u15 Reception