Recent Posts tagged with Dolby Laboratories

Live From NAB 2017: Dolby Laboratories’ Mathias Bendull Addresses the Latest With Dolby Atmos

Dolby Atmos is revolutionizing the way live sports-video content is both produced and consumed, offering an immersive surround audio experience. Sports broadcasters, such as BT Sport in the UK, have already offered numerous live productions in the format to rave reviews. Mathias Bendull, VP, multiscreen services, Dolby Laboratories, discusses how the new technology is dramatically […]  More

Elemental and Dolby Webinar: Mapping the Future of Video With HDR

Understanding the likely trajectory of High Dynamic Range (HDR) for video is complex and challenging – with no clear indication that a single approach to its realization will be agreed upon in the near term. With multiple formats, standards, single and dual layer implementations, and a growing array of display options, the current HDR landscape […]  More

Sports Imaging Forum: HDR Doesn’t Need To Wait for 4K/UHD

While 4K continues to steal the headlines and hype in the television-entertainment industry, other formats — including 1080p and high dynamic range (HDR) — are pushing to stake their place in live sports production. Already in this month alone, impressive 4K productions have been HDR undertakings, including two HDR tests at the PGA Championship and […]  More

SVG Summit 2015: DTV Audio Group Talks Objects, IP

Picking up near where it left off during its conclave at the AES Show in October, the DTV Audio Group’s Audio Production and Distribution Workshop on Dec. 14 during the SVG Summit continued a conversation on object-based audio and the workflows around IP transport of audio.  More

ATSC 3.0 Audio: The Competitive Edges Sharpen

The process for determining which of the competing audio formats will become ATSC 3.0, the next-generation standard for broadcast sound in the U.S., has revealed a sharper edge in recent weeks. Since both the MPEG-H Audio Alliance — composed of Fraunhofer Institute, Technicolor, and Qualcomm, which are jointly promoting the MPEG-H codec — and Dolby […]  More

The Walt Disney Company, Panasonic, Dolby Laboratories Contribute to SMPTE Centennial Campaign

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) announced that The Walt Disney Company, Panasonic, and Dolby Laboratories have made contributions totaling $1 million to the SMPTE Centennial Celebration Campaign’s Next Century Fund. These gifts, formally recognized today at the SMPTE 2014 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition, are the largest financial commitments in the […]  More

Broadcast Sound Gets Its Due at AES 2013

As AES Shows go, the 2013 edition, which took place at New York’s Javits Center Oct. 17-20, was one of the better ones of late. Attendance was reported up — preliminary numbers indicate 18,000 attendees over the first three days — at a time when pro-audio revenues have declined as digital technology reduces costs and […]  More

Dolby, ASG Outline Latest 3D Production Issues at 3D Workflow 2010

Dolby Laboratories and Advanced Systems Group (ASG) presented “3D Workflow 2010” earlier this month at the Dolby Theater in San Francisco. The free daylong event included several conference sessions addressed a variety of 3D production issues from acquisition to delivery. “This was our second year with a 3D focus for our end-of-year workshop, and we […]  More

Dolby Exhibits 3D Open Specification at 2010 NAB

Alongside innovations in broadcast audio, Dolby Laboratories Inc. announced developments in broadcast 3D and imaging accuracy at this year’s NAB Show. The company’s new open specification for broadcast 3D delivery details how 3D images can be encoded and carried using frame-compatible techniques through a conventional 2D broadcast infrastructure. The specification is fully compatible with enhancement […]  More

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