Recent Posts tagged with Technicolor

Cobalt Digital Converters Are First in U.S. to Offer Technicolor HDR ITM Technology

Cobalt Digital has announced that it is the first U.S. manufacturer selected to license Technicolor’s High Dynamic Range (HDR) Intelligent Tone Management (ITM) technology for the broadcast television environment. Cobalt will make the Technicolor HDR ITM feature optionally available on its new series of 12G/6G/3G/HD/SD-SDI 4K cards for the openGear platform and on its BBG-1000 […]  More

IMS Productions Supports Successful HDR Test During NBA Game

Growing demand to provide viewers with more lifelike broadcasts spurred an internal trial by IMS Productions and several leaders in sports broadcast production, including Evertz, Grass Valley, Sony, and Technicolor, to simulate the first-ever HDR/SDR lens to home production. The successful HDR proof-of-concept test took place on January 31, 2017 during an NBA game.  More

Crown Castle, Technicolor, Burst Renew SVG Sponsorships

The Sports Video Group is pleased to announce that Crown Castle, Technicolor, and Burst have renewed their corporate sponsorships. Crown Castle is the nation’s largest provider of wireless infrastructure. Technicolor is a leading digital media technology developer. Burst is a leading mobile video technology company.  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

NAB 2016: ATEME’s Titan Adds Technicolor’s HDR-Distribution Technology, Will Integrate Dolby Vision

ATEME (Booth SU4402) is extending its support for high dynamic range by integrating Technicolor’s enhanced HDR distribution technology into TITAN, its video-transcoding software for live and file applications solutions. The move makes the HDR functionality available to content owners, distributors, and other service providers that use ATEME’s encoding technology. Also, the supplier of video-compression solutions […]  More

Technicolor: Integrating Next-Gen TV Technologies Into Sports Broadcasting

Live sports programming is one of the most robust areas of growth and opportunity for broadcasters who are fighting to retain audiences in an increasingly competitive and complex digital entertainment environment. For this reason, executives and strategic planners are carefully exploring new ways to capture and engage consumers who are constantly seeking compelling, immersive experiences.  More

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