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Les écueils de la 4K - le point de vue d'un producteur de contenus

Les écueils de la 4K - le point de vue d'un producteur de contenus | DIT | Scoop.it

"It’s a 4K world, right? New 4K cameras are popping up all around, there are giant 4K displays available, and 4K is becoming a standard for digital cinema presentations. But wait a minute. Haven’t we been down a similar path before?  

We live in an industry easily swayed by the latest shiny bauble, but while 4K can be a powerful production tool, is it for everyone?"


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Mediatvcom's curator insight, May 10, 2014 4:11 PM

Intéressant articule qui donne la vision qu'un producteur/post-producteur américain a de l'ultra-HD : sceptique sur l'intérêt d'une telle résolution en environnement domestique, beaucoup plus optimiste sur l'intérêt du rendu HDR

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Netflix streaming pal eyeIO brings more pixels with 4K, 10-bit StudioRes video and upcoming H.265/IMF support

Netflix streaming pal eyeIO brings more pixels with 4K, 10-bit StudioRes video and upcoming H.265/IMF support | DIT | Scoop.it

New product suite achieves new levels for ultra-low-bandwidth Internet video – enabling delivery of full HD 3D, StudioHD, and UltraHD (4K Video) :

• eyeIO StudioRes. Built to Hollywood's 4K requirements, eyeIO StudioRes delivers UltraHD, studio-grade H.264 videos (10 bit, 4:2:2 video, xvYCC). eyeIO StudioRes is available for both package media and Internet streaming delivery to bring no-compromise pictures to the next generation of 85" and larger UltraHD/4K screens.
• eyeIO.265. Brings eyeIO technology to the coming H.265 HEVC ITU standard and long-term industry efforts.
• eyeOS. The eyeIO video operating system. A superior, true UNIX™ Operating System featuring advanced kernel enhancements achieving ultra-stability, bare-metal virtualization performance, automatic load-balancing transcoding, closed-environment security, elastic scalability, and advanced 4K video processing including native support for the forthcoming Interoperable Master Format (IMF). eyeOS will be available in beta form for larger enterprises in the spring of 2013.


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Nicolas Weil's comment, December 27, 2012 4:55 AM
Seems like it's the good timing to field trial their products...