HDR TV sets will be making their way to people around the world in droves over the next few years according to a new report from IHS Markit.
If the grass looks greener or the sweat on the players brows seems to be a little more profusive at the 2018 World Cup in Russia the answer will likely be able to traced back to your TV set.
The latest version of Snell Advanced Media’s FormatFusion software is now available and is bringing HDR capabilities to the Kahuna production switcher.
Many of today’s cameras can capture a wide dynamic range that, unfortunately, will be clipped or blown out when shown on a standard dynamic range display.
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