Live, interactive educational webcasts covering hot-topic technologies, issues and developments!
Educational Webcasts are conveniently scheduled 1-hour webcasts covering top-of-mind technology topics. Presented by industry recognized subject matter experts, monthly Educational Webcasts present the latest on technologies that are currently being deployed. Educational Webcast sessions are available as a SMPTE member benefit free of charge. Non-members may attend webcasts for USD $49.00.
Standards Update Webcasts are open to everyone interested in learning about SMPTE Standards. The standards development process is crucial to the motion imaging industry. The process by which SMPTE standards are developed is best understood by those directly involved in it, but now, anyone can learn about SMPTE Standards by participating in this unique opportunity "peek under the hood."
Executive Member Webcasts are invitation-only webcasts during which executives speak with other executives about technologies and strategies of concern to the industry-at-large. This webcast series is an exclusive Executive Member benefit. Participate in the conversation with the executives responsible for engineering strategy at the industry's most notable companies.
Emerging Technology Webcasts are about technologies currently in laboratories around the world that may significantly impact the future of motion imaging and the art of storytelling. Some may prove to be highly disruptive and game changing, others may just fade away into obscurity. Regardless of their ultimate fate, these are technologies to watch. Emerging Technology Webcast sessions are available as a SMPTE member benefit free of charge. Non-members may attend webcasts for USD $49.00.
Upcoming Webcast Schedule*
|Emerging Technology||23 March 2017||CES 2017: Innovations, Advancements, and Disappointments|
|Standards||30 March 2017||32NF-80 DG Report: ST2059 PTP Interoperability Testing and Demonstrations|
|Educational||6 April 2017||HDR as a Dramatic Imaging Tool, Examined from a Cinematographer's Point of View|
|Emerging Technology||15 June 2017||Encoding Images at Higher Resolution to Provide Higher Fidelity than ‘Uncompressed’ Video|
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* Subject to change