Consumer viewers are driving the adoption of HDR as an estimated one-third of North American household displays are now HDR—high-dynamic range. Content creators are adapting to this new technology on the set, in post, and in delivery. This panel of technologists and creatives addressed the benefits and the current challenges when working with HDR from production to consumer consumption.
Moderated by Kari Grubin, the discussion included topics including the on-set evolution of monitoring, pipeline, shadow depth, budgeting, and imaging chain.
At April’s NAB Show, the event is introducing CineCentral, located in the heart of Central Hall, a “base camp” that will serve as a place to learn how to use the latest tools, hear content creators describe their new techniques and workflows, get hands-on with state-of-the-art products, and connect and relax with friends and colleagues.To learn more about NAB Show’s CineCentral initiative, click here.