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THIS IS HDR.
Deliver a consistently high-quality viewing experience to audiences equipped for HDR, while continuing to serve your existing SDR customers – all through Technicolor’s unique distribution solution.
Technicolor’s award-winning distribution solution accepts different HDR formats and displays them in the same stunning HDR.
A single stream for the delivery of all SDR and HDR content equals more efficient use of network resources, eliminating the need for costly infrastructure upgrades.
Technicolor’s award-winning HDR solution automatically up-converts intermixed SDR content, such as advertising, so viewers can enjoy a consistent, uninterrupted HDR experience.
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In a series of podcast interviews, Technicolor’s Subject Matter Experts present insights on our successful collaboration with Spectrum SportsNet to demonstrate HDR in action during the first live end-to-end HDR broadcast of an NBA game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets (including commercials, other interstitials, and graphics).
In a short article, we describe Technicolor’s Spectrum Networks’ and Charter’s partnership to deliver the first back-to-back HDR and SDR single production broadcast for MLB fans across the US and UK.
HDR and Technicolor Go to Bat for Major League Broadcasting
Lessons Learned from Spectrum SportsNet HDR Broadcast of NBA Game Between LA Lakers and Denver Nuggets
Technicolor’s Kirk Barker Explains How HDR Sports Broadcasts Can Be Implemented Without Disrupting Existing Workflows
Technicolor’s technology is now also being used in live event production. This includes implementation of our award-winning Intelligent Tone Management solution into live workflows to allow for real-time up conversion from Standard Dynamic Range (SDR) to HDR, lowering the cost of HDR live content production, such as sports.
Josh Limor, VP, Technology & Ecosystem Development at Technicolor
Immediate HDR Deployment for Consumers
How do you get HDR into the hands of consumers? HDR Rollout is critical, but Technicolor’s Mark Turner has a few ideas.