High Dynamic Range is finally upon us. Netflix and Amazon are already delivering HDR content via the internet and it’s just a matter of time until traditional broadcasters – and hence advertisers – will follow. The Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year was full of HDR consumer TVs from all the major manufacturers. And it’s not just in our living rooms where we can watch HDR content. It’s in cinemas now as well.
But HDR production, post-production and delivery is not for the faint-hearted. The introduction of HDR has been mentioned as being as difficult as the transition over to colour TV.
In this seminar workflow specialist, Martin Parsons, talks about what you need to know in order to deliver HDR content. From the new HDR standard for production to Wide Colour Gamut colourspaces on top of Rec.709.