October 26-28, 2010
October 12, 2010
October 12, 2010
October 20, 2010
October 21, 2010
Join us on 26-28 October 2010 in Hollywood, CA, for an extremely enlightening and interesting program featuring professionals in the motion imaging industry, eager to discuss topics in their areas of expertise, including File-Based Workflow, Cinematography and Post: New Tools and Trends, Film Archive and Restoration, Filling the 3D Pipeline-Production and Distribution, the Status of Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV), Audio Issues, Service-Oriented and Cloud-Based Architectures in Media, Station Infrastructure, Processing Architectures and much more.
This year's event features Chris Carey, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Technical Operations for Paramount Pictures, as the Industry Luncheon Keynote on Tuesday, 26 October.
Clyde Smith, Senior Vice President of Global Broadcast Technology and Standards for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., will speak at the Fellows Luncheon on Thursday, 28 October.
Pre-Conference Seminar: Digital Media Ecosystem Essentials
Kicking off the 2010 SMPTE Technical Conference & Expo is our pre-conference seminar on Monday, 25 October, highlighting the Digital Media Ecosystem Essentials. Packed with high-value presentations from the experts who are helping to lead the evolution, this event explores the key concepts, the major players, core issues and challenges and the economics surrounding .the digital ecosystem.
Click here for a complete program lineup.
The SMPTE Group reservation rates are as follows:
The deadline for reservations under the group rate has been extended
to 15 October 2010.
Don't Miss Out on the Second Early Bird Discount!
Register Now for the conference and receive a 10% discount off the regular conference rate!
But hurry because the discount ends October 13!
Sponsorship opportunities are still available! If you would like to sponsor an event at the conference, it's not too late. Click here for more information.
The exhibit hall, covering approximately 15,000 sq. ft will include more than 50 companies from the motion imaging industry. Come and see the latest technologies and services. Check out new products and examine the most recent innovations in the motion imaging industry.
The following companies will be participating:
Click here for exhibit floorplan.
27 October 2010 – 6:00 p.m.
The Annual Meeting of the voting members of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers will be held at 6:00 p.m. on 27 October 2010, at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, 1755 North Highland Ave, Hollywood, California 90028 USA.
Please make every effort to attend to cast your vote on the Bylaws Revision.
Again, if you are unable to attend the meeting you may send in your proxy. Click here to view the form.
IBC Review: What You Missed in Amsterdam (and What It All Means)
12 October 2010
At the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam last month, attendees could watch video images of a fire and feel the heat and smell the smoke. They could hold a high-frame-rate 2K camera in the palm of a hand. They could enter a five-camera studio that fits in half a parking space or use advanced test & monitoring equipment that fits in half a rack unit. And, of course, there was bikini beach volleyball.
Is it possible that someone came up with a new way to shoot 3D? Were there motion-picture projectors in 1720? What are 22.2-channel headphones? Join multiple-Emmy-award-winning SMPTE Fellow Mark Schubin as he reports on IBC 2010.
Register today for free!
Introducing the Dolby PRM-4200 Professional Reference Monitor, the most accurate monitor for creating any type of entertainment content.
You've heard the Dolby difference - now see it.
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
6:00-9:00 p.m. - Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres
- Workflow demonstrations with partners ARRI, Digital Vision, and DVS
Space is limited!
11 November 2010 Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
(Please note - Calendar is subject to change. with.)
For additional information, follow this link: www.smpte.org/education/education_pdanow/.
Thanks to our SMPTE PDA Sponsor AJA Video Systems.
SMPTE is pleased to launch online access to its Engineering Documents and will offer subscriptions to these documents from a secure online library. This new service provides easier access and enriched features to subscribers of SMPTE's valuable Standards, Recommended Practices and Engineering Guidelines, including email alerts to inform subscribers when new content has been posted. SMPTE will end publishing its Engineering Documents on CD-ROM.
Full details of the new subscription packages, including lower pricing for individual member subscriptions is available at http://smpte.org/standards . Documents will continue to be available for individual purchase and download from the SMPTE store.
The following SMPTE Engineering Documents were published during September, 2010. Links to the documents in the SMPTE Store are noted below.
SMPTE ST 2045:2010, Register Interchange Format
Extract from Scope
SMPTE ST 2051:2010, Two-Frame Marker for 50-Hz and 60(/1.001)-Hz Progressive Digital Video Signals on 1.5 Gb/s and 3 Gb/s Interfaces
Extract from Scope
Note 1: Users should be aware that equipment manufactured prior to the publication of this standard typically will not comply with its requirements.
Note 2: Use of the Two-Frame Marker is optional with progressive video streams at 50-Hz, 60/1.001(59.94)-Hz, and 60-Hz frame rates mapped to interlaced serial interfaces at 25-Hz, 30/1.001(29.97)-Hz, and 30-Hz frame rates, respectively.
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A feature film produced by students at Baylor has received accolades at film festivals. The full length feature, Endings, involving approximately 40 students, was written, produced, and directed by Prof. Chris Hansen of Baylor University. It won "Best Director" at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival and "Best Dramatic Feature" at the Southern Winds Film Festival. To see the trailer and read more, click here.
Professor Hansen's previous feature, The Proper Care & Feeding of an American Messiah, is also available online at iTunes and on Hulu.
Please send any news of student chapter events to Roberta Gorman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post your jobs on the SMPTE Career Center – and get a discount through the end of December 2010.
Professionals – post your resume now!
We thank our sustaining members for their ongoing support that enables SMPTE to further its mission as the recognized leader in motion imaging.
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The October issue of the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal is themed 3D. This issue includes articles addressing standards development in 3D, the relationship between natural vision and stereoscopic vision, stereo acquisition, stereo coding, and screen gain.
Click here to view the latest online Journal.
SMPTE'S Board of Editors plays a fundamental role in choosing the papers that are published in the Motion Imaging Journal. The contributions of reviewers in providing evaluation of papers in their specific areas of expertise ensure that papers published are the highest caliber in technical content, value of information, and interest to our readers. If you are interested in becoming a part of this team, contact email@example.com at Headquarters or e-mail SMPTE Board of Editors Chair, Glen Pensinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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