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Black Screen Alert~! InterOp Losing Life Support

Remember “Paradigm Shift”? Of course not. Writers have been banned from using that overworked phrase for another 20 years. The same will soon happen with the misused terms “Perfect Storm” and “begs the question”. Notwithstanding, we need a way to describe the potential for Reality-laced Hyperbolic Activity that is coming to Digital Cinema screens everywhere.

Potential Points of Failure Quotient = 10.95. Hyperbole Quotient…OK, InterOp will be around a long time for legacy, but don’t expect it to continue for everything else.

Does that describe it? OK, let’s see how it can happen (and we’ll keep math and the SMPTE Police out of this.)

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Black Screen Alert~! InterOp Losing Life Support

Remember “Paradigm Shift”? Of course not. Writers have been banned from using that overworked phrase for another 20 years. The same will soon happen with the misused terms “Perfect Storm” and “begs the question”. Notwithstanding, we need a way to describe the potential for Reality-laced Hyperbolic Activity that is coming to Digital Cinema screens everywhere.

Potential Points of Failure Quotient = 10.95. Hyperbole Quotient…OK, InterOp will be around a long time for legacy, but don’t expect it to continue for everything else.

Does that describe it? OK, let’s see how it can happen (and we’ll keep math and the SMPTE Police out of this.)

[……]

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Get Your HI Tracks On

The transition from 8 channels to 16 channels of audio in the digital cinema domain has brought a surprising amount of angst recently. Actually, it was only a proxy for the entire transition from the nothing-but-potential era of 10 years ago, through what was called the InterOp Standard and into a set of standards created by the SMPTE.

This transition has been mirrored in the world of the deaf and hard of hearing as it relates to the digital cinema world.

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Get Your HI Tracks On

The transition from 8 channels to 16 channels of audio in the digital cinema domain has brought a surprising amount of angst recently. Actually, it was only a proxy for the entire transition from the nothing-but-potential era of 10 years ago, through what was called the InterOp Standard and into a set of standards created by the SMPTE.

This transition has been mirrored in the world of the deaf and hard of hearing as it relates to the digital cinema world.

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Certificate Authorities and DCinema

This weeks news brings up a sore subject: Trust.

In DCinema, this means Trusted Device Lists (TDL) and Certificate Authorities as specified in the SMPTE/ISO and DCI documents.

In the outside world, the foundation is also a group of companies who issue certificates that bring different levels of trust to different websites or those who access the websites. These companies are the CAs or Certificate Authorities. Last year, one was found to have been hacked.

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Certificate Authorities and DCinema

This weeks news brings up a sore subject: Trust.

In DCinema, this means Trusted Device Lists (TDL) and Certificate Authorities as specified in the SMPTE/ISO and DCI documents.

In the outside world, the foundation is also a group of companies who issue certificates that bring different levels of trust to different websites or those who access the websites. These companies are the CAs or Certificate Authorities. Last year, one was found to have been hacked.

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