High Dynamic Range for HD & UHD
Senior Vice President Technology
1000 Techwood Drive
Atlanta, GA 30318
|Date:||August 10, 2015|
|Time:||Dinner 6:30 PM
Meeting 7:15 PM
Ultra HD is all about revolutionizing the consumer viewing experience, but while today’s new 4K UHDTVs offer four times the picture resolution of HDTV, there is a need to provide the best possible on-screen contrast and color palette to realize a more immersive viewing experience.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) video has emerged as a complementary technology that is applicable to both UHDTV and HDTV. As HDR video becomes more commonplace, it will necessarily require changes that affect the entire content flow from capture through production to display.
The choice of technologies used to represent HDR video will affect the complexity, and consequently the cost and availability, of HDR content to subscribers. This presentation will give an overview of “HDR+” – the combined combination of HDR + wide color gamut + 10-bit sample precision. It will then cover issues related to the HDR electro-optical transfer function (EOTF) and the impact of HDR+ on existing workflows.
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