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Apres IBC 2011

IBC was conferences for your editor, with only a few minutes on the floor. We were really only there for digital cinema oriented things, and since we were at the RAI just a few months previously at CineEurope, the conferences and the data available was all pushed together. 

There were two excellent presentations on the science of the eye to kick off the DCinema conferences, again excellently organized by David Monk and John Graham for the EDCF.

See Yasmin Hashmi’s page for some interesting 3D info. 

See the Creative Cow wrap up, which has its usual good coverage.

See the following attachment, which was my presentation on the doings of the ISDCF in 2011 – actually a follow-up since the last report in 2010. 

Broadcasting Live Events to Cinema: DTG

Here is a short clip from the Introduction, then the Table of Contents, then a link to the download page.

It will be evident … that providers of alternative content, integrators, satellite distribution networks, and exhibitors are faced with a number of commercial and technical considerations in order to deliver AC to a cinema audience. It is therefore important that the benefits and limitations of the various options are fully understood.

This document aims to provide, in a clear and unbiased manner, a set of guidelines which will enable live audio-visual events to be prepared, transmitted, received and presented into cinemas that comply with the relevant international standards for motion picture replay, whilst at the same time avoiding the risk and expense of reconfiguring established television broadcast infrastructures.

1. Summary
  1.1 Introduction  
  1.2 Background 

2.0 The Alternative Content (AC) Delivery Chain  
  2.1 Managing the AC Delivery Chain  

3.0 Preparation 
  3.1 Image Preparation
  3.2 Audio Preparation
  3.3.Subtitle Preparation

4.0 Transmission
  4.1 Image Transmission
  4.2 Satellite Transmission
  4.3 Audio Transmission
  4.4 Subtitle Transmission 

5.0 Reception
  5.1 Reception Equipment 
  5.1.1 Satellite Dish 
  5.1.2 Receiver 

5.2 Principles of repositioning a satellite dish 

6.0 Presentation 
  6.1 Image Presentation 
  6.2 Audio Presentation 
  6.3 Subtitle Presentation 

7.0 Live Delivery of Stereoscopic 3D 


The link for downloading this report is at: DTG Books and White Papers, though it is only one link of many so not so clear as what to do. Click on the Download button of Broadcasting Live Events to Cinema. Fill out the form, check your mail and you will get this 27 page report.

HPA Keeps Giving…Schubin Cafe

The HPA Technical Retreat has come and gone, but the Schubin Cafe keeps posting slide shows and videos from the event.

Don’t miss these two posts:
Schubin Cafe » Blog Archive » Alternatives to Two-Lens 3D (HPA 2011 Tech Retreat Presentation #2)
Schubin Cafe » Blog Archive » Alternatives to Two-Lens 3D (HPA 2011 Tech Retreat Presentation #2)

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