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Event: 8th - 10th February, 2013 - Loyola College, Vijayawada, AndhraPradesh, India - Aqua Aquaria India 2013

Event: 8th - 10th February, 2013 - Loyola College, Vijayawada, AndhraPradesh, India - Aqua Aquaria India 2013 | Gettogethers | Scoop.it
Aqua Aquaria India 2012 - India's premium event for the development of Marine Products Export and other seafood industries of aquaculture and ornamental fishes culture.

 

AQUA AQUARIA INDIA 2013 is the second edition which has an exhibition that showcases latest technology to the farmers, hatchery operators and breeders, and facilitates interactions between the stakeholders to enhance mutual business relations.

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SMPTE India | Digital Cinema Report - News. Perspective. Analysis.

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The recently formed Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers India Section held its first session in Mumbai last month to promote its new set of standards for digital cinema. The session also served as a recruitment drive to increase membership numbers. Approximately 150 industry professionals, including filmmakers, camera operators and DPs attended the event. Ujwal Nirgudkar, chair of SMPTE India Section, hosted the evening with special guest, Barbara Lange, executive director of SMPTE. 


“One of our primary roles in India is to educate the industry about the importance of standards,” said Nirgudkar. “In particular, we want to see the new SMPTE standards for digital cinema applied to all cinemas where digital projectors and digital audio are in use. It makes a huge difference to the quality of the cinema experience when the equipment is properly installed and regularly calibrated. When customers pay good money, it’s right that they see the best quality pictures and hear the audio as the director originally intended.”

Lange spoke about SMPTE’s potential in India. “India has the fantastic confluence of a strong film industry, generating more than 1200 films per year, together with a strong IT sector,” she said. “Both of these industries converge in the SMPTE world today given that so much is now being handled digitally.  For this reason, I am very excited about the opportunity for SMPTE in India.  I am looking forward to having more Members in India, but also a greater participation within our standards development program and papers presented at SMPTE events and in our journal.  It will take a little while to gain traction, but I'm confident that the local team is well on the way to grow this into one of our largest Sections within SMPTE.”

Also at the session, membership to SMPTE was encouraged as a means of keeping up to date with technology developments and as a platform for social interaction with other industry members. The India Section currently has around 60 signed up members and is hoping to increase this to 1,000 over the next five years. 


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