High Dynamic Range and Wide Colour Gamut for Broadcast TV

Course type: Short Course

This course will cover:
• Dolby PQ approach to HDR
• BBC/NHK Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) approach to HDR
• SMPTE 2084, 2086 & 2094 HDR standards
• ITU-R BT.2100 HDR production and international programme exchange standard
• HDR deliverables – Dolby Vision, HLG, HDR10, HDR10+, SL-HDR1
• HDR workflows
• HDR tone mapping
• HDR compatibility with standard dynamic range (SDR) equipment • HDR capture
• HDR displays
• Why wide colour gamut is an intrinsic part of HDR
• The WCG colour spaces
• The WCG standard – ITU-R BT.2020 • WCG primaries, white point and colour matrix
• WCG workflows
• The WCG Academy Colour Encoding Space (ACES)
• Moving between colour spaces • WCG capture
• WCG displays

This course will be taking place in London in early March and Glasgow in late March.

Cost

Free to freelancers, companies pay £250

Entry requirements

Trainees could come from the following roles: colourist, online editor, MCR operator, technical manager, engineer, chief engineer. Priority will be given to those working in the high-end TV sector, but the course is equally applicable to those working in children’s drama and the broader screen industries.

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Blazing Griffin
The Schoolhouse
101 Portman Street
Glasgow
UK
G41 1EJ

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Upcoming dates

4th March 2019 10:00
25th March 2019 10:00

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High Dynamic Range and Wide Colour Gamut for Broadcast TV

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