4K Technology

4K HFR Oklahoma! Restoration Premieres in Hollywood

Fri, 05/02/2014 - 10:37 -- Nick Dager

The fully restored and digitally mastered 4K high frame rate version of the hit musical Oklahoma! premiered at the TCM Classic Film Festival on April 10 at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. This historic screening of the 1955 Todd-AO classic is the first time a high bitrate and HFR DCP has been created and exhibited as part of the restoration of a feature film classic.

SGO Mistika Now Supports Dolby Vision Technology

Mon, 04/28/2014 - 12:34 -- Nick Dager

SGO today announced that its flagship color grading and finishing platform, Mistika, now supports Dolby Vision technology, enabling the display of high dynamic range images with wider color gamut capabilities. SGO, working in close collaboration with Dolby, will look to make the Dolby Vision workflow capabilities available in Mistika from version 8.2, which was previewed at NAB and is due for release shortly after IBC 2014.

Canon Debuts the DP-V3010 4K Reference Display at NAB 2014

Mon, 04/21/2014 - 13:49 -- Nick Dager

The Canon DP-V3010 4K Reference Display

As motion picture, television and commercial production continue to transition to ever-higher resolution digital video and computer graphic imaging formats, color-grading and post-production professionals increasingly rely on reference displays with exceptional detail, color and gradation accuracy. The DP-V3010 4K reference display was developed in response to this.

Codex Announces Workflow for Phantom Flex4k Camera

Thu, 04/17/2014 - 11:34 -- Nick Dager

At last week’s National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas Codex announced that is working with Vision Research to provide a robust and powerful workflow for the Phantom Flex4k camera. Codex Vault is a mobile workflow device that supports the rapid transfer of the digital camera originals from the Phantom for review, post-production and archiving

Seattle Cinerama to Premiere Douglas Trumbull’s UFOTOG

Tue, 04/15/2014 - 14:15 -- Nick Dager

Paul G. Allen’s iconic Seattle Cinerama Theater has announced its second annual Science Fiction Festival, running May 1-12, with 12 days of special programming. The festival will be highlighted by the world premiere of Douglas Trumbull’s short film UFOTOG, along with screening of more than three-dozen of the science fiction genre's most beloved movies and celebrity appearances by Jonathan Frakes, Tom Skerritt and Sam J. Jones

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