The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers today released details about the 2017 NAB Show's Future of Cinema Conference: The Intersection of Technology, Art, & Commerce in Cinema, produced in partnership with SMPTE. Scheduled for April 22-23 during the 2017 NAB Show, the conference will feature two full days of expert presentations delving into how technical innovation, artistic intent, and evolving consumption and business models will interact to shape the future of cinema.
Rohde & Schwarz has upgraded the Clipster Gen 6 mastering station, with new functionalities to boost DCI and Interoperable Master Format mastering. Moreover, with its added improvements in flexibility, quality and performance, the Clipster will help service providers expand their portfolio. Since its introduction in 2003, the award-winning Clipster has established itself as the complete mastering and deliverable solution for premium content.
DFT has unveiled new WetGate technology for its latest Scanity HDR film scanner. The patented technology is designed specifically for DFT’s Scanity HDR model providing a real-time organic solution for the ingest and management of difficult to solve historical film transfer issues – such as dust and scratch removal – surpassing prior transfer standards. The company says the WetGate is ideal for archive owners who need a scanner that’s able to handle a range of problematic and historically aged film issues.
The 2016 NAB Show's The Future of Cinema Conference: The Immortal Movie, produced in partnership with SMPTE, will explore how content creators and storytellers combine artistry with motion-imaging technology to thrive today — and into the future. Acclaimed film director Ang Lee will give the keynote address, Pushing the Limits of Cinema, and discuss his vision for cinema and the creative opportunities for the future of filmmaking.
Codex has announced Codex Review Live, a new color management and look-creation system enabling set-to-post color confidence for feature and high-end episodic TV productions. Codex will demonstrate Codex Review Live during the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas April 13-16, at its new and larger booth at the front of Central Hall – located at #C1817 – as it continues to focus on more than simply recording for motion pictures and broadcast production.
Canon has introduced the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera for cinema, documentary, event and commercial videography. As the latest addition to the Canon Cinema EOS line of professional cameras, the EOS C300 Mark II features evolutionary updates including a new 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm Cinema CMOS Sensor, new Dual DIGIC DV 5 Processors and a new Canon XF-AVC Codec that allows 10-bit 4:2:2 4K image data to be recorded internally, and an expanded dynamic range of up to 15 stops.
Red Digital Cinema will unveil the Red Weapon, the latest digital camera to be added to the 6K Dragon sensor line, at the National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas April 13-16.
At the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas April 11-16, MTI Film will introduce an updated version of its digital restoration software DRS Nova that will feature a number of new enhancements to address common restorations issues and improve workflow efficiency.
WCP Media Services, a Swiss developer of cloud-based content management and distribution services for media and entertainment companies, today announces the launch of expanded North American operations. Based in Los Angeles, WCP Media Services USA will support the introduction of the company’s groundbreaking content management and distribution platform, WCP Web App, to the U.S. and Canadian markets. WCP Web App is a PaaS (platform as a service) product that provides a fast, direct, secure and affordable way to upload, manage, transcode and deliver content to broadcasters and others worldwide.
Rohde & Schwarz will showcase its 4K Venice ingest and production server at this year’s National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas April 11-16. In live demonstrations, the company will also show how its current generation of transmitters can significantly lower operating costs.