4K and now HDR are the hot topics du jour. But if we switch on new services what happens to the current ones?
Mark Horton takes us on a journey through this topic where not everything is necessarily what it seems, covering 4K, HDR, WCG, HFR and more.
Mark has provided this white paper as a aide memoire to some of what he talked about!
Although Registration has closed with well over 60 we can squeeze in RTS members for their AGM and a few others - so please just turn up!
This a meeting with Royal Television Society Thames Valley Section
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The Thames Valley Section will be holding its AGM before this meeting
SMPTE members can listen in and enjoy the ample Refreshments for the ten minutes the AGM takes
Mark Horton BA MBA is responsible for Ericsson’s encoding portfolio. Previously Mark has managed a product portfolio that included standards converters, digital film colour correctors, composting systems, film scanners, and editing products. He started his career in live TV and post production, working as an editor, vision mixer and bloke who was sent out to get the beers for the band getting up to mischief in the edit suite.
Mark is an elected member of BAFTA, holds an MBA and BA and has a really powerful bass guitar amplification system which these days he finds himself telling his kids to turn down
Pincents Manor is moments off Junction 12 of the M4
from the junction head towards Reading on the A4 and turn left at the first junction ( Was a Roundabout)
and then sharp left again before the shopping complex sign posted for Pincents Manor
Follow the road around and upwards past the new Ikea and though a restriction
and at the top of the hill - you have to turn left into the car park.
For Sat nav use RG31 4UH see this map
The meeting is held in the barnlike Conference Centre near where you entered the site - Be careful as some paths are uneven!