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Digital Cinema In the Modern Age...and Its Tangents

AES Los Angeles, 2016

Mel Lambert reports from AES-LA:

For a number of reasons – not least being the ou...

Sony Studios hosts Sound for Film and Television Conference

CineMontage, the Editors Guild Magazine report from Mel Lambert:

On Saturday, Sep...

Democratization Everywhere

We've seen it in Post, with software editing tools being released for free or lo...

Wrapping Up Our Thoughts On CinemaCon 2016

After this year’s  CinemaCon  and NAB came to a close, and as everyone r...

The death of film need not be the death of the cinema.

So begins Harry Mathias' latest book, The Death & Rebirth of Cinema: MA...

Technicolor Starting On the Long Glossary Road

Back in the late 80's the digital transition grabbing the attention of engineers...

Another Future of Film

It seemed impossible that another view of Entertainment Technology focusing on t...

The Palette at the Exhibition End of the Artist’s Intent


At the turn of the century the potential of digital cinema was still being disco...

2020 Details from Barco Demo w/CineTech Geek

The Future of Better Pixels has many vectors, most brilliantly steradianed by a ...

Security News – RSA

While the SMPTE Quarterly was establishing several interesting tangents (sorry, ...

CinemaCon and NAB/SMPTE Events Posted

Here are the links for the daily events of CinemaCon 2016 and the Future of Cine...

Somehow, This Is Relevant

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Introducing – Tools for Cinema Quality Assurance

Announcing: Cinema Test Tools for the non-Technical Manager

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Cinema Test Tools is a free resource for cinema industry, tuned for the technician and most particularly for the non-technical manager who must communicate with them.

The checklist that goes with the DCPs brings an understanding of the auditorium's situation in simple and complex ways. Both pictures and tones are sent through the system 

CinemaCon 2015, Dolby Cinema and their new HDR Laser Projector

One of the most exciting presentations this year at CinemaCon 2015 was the first showing of the Dolby Cinema Laser Projector to the public – in the form of the CinemaCon attendees. It was a memorable event as viewers “gasped” when they were shown the difference in contrast/black level ...

- See more at: http://www.cinetechgeek.com/2015/05/11/cinemacon-2015-dolby-cinema-and-their-new-hdr-laser-projector/#sthash.37ri9l6R.dpuf

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Technicolor Starting On the Long Glossary Road

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Disney  Digital Cinema Glossary - (Online PDF)

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How Loud Is Loudness

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Another Future of Film

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It seemed impossible that another view of Entertainment Technology focusing on t...

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Graeme Harrison of BiAmp Systems has delivered a synopsis that integrates the ba...

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Cook, Time, Long Term Security

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Autopsy of RSA Attack

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A simple file slipped into the daily routine of an arm of the group that runs RS...

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The MatrixStore Enhances P2 Experience - IBC PR

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Object Matrix, a provider of data storage software, has today installed its Matr...

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Radiohead "House of Cards" Data

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Not camera, not CGI. 

Play the Google Code Instrument with the Radiohead data...

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Sony Studios hosts Sound for Film and Television Conference

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CineMontage, the Editors Guild Magazine report from Mel Lambert:

On Saturday, Sep...

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Wrapping Up Our Thoughts On CinemaCon 2016

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After this year’s  CinemaCon  and NAB came to a close, and as everyone r...

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Harkness Holiday Present

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Testing for quality is a tricky thing, both as a subject and as a verb.

As a subj...

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Loudness in Cinema – IBC 2016 Presentation

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DCinema in the SMTPE Compliant Era~!

Nivart forms Image Matters Team

image matters logoAlways nice to see a new company interested in quality. When the new company is created by people who have successfully led the charge for quality in the past, it is all the more interesting. In this case it is Jean-François Nivart and Sabine Wax and other experts who have started Image Matters

An expert in broadcasting, cinema and JPEG 2000 equipment and technologies, Jean-François Nivart  and his team are proud to announce the creation of Image Matters. They are fully buzz-word compliant since they help define the buzzwords:

  • JPEG 2000
  • IMF DCP MXF AXF ASO2
  • High Frame Rate
  • HD 2K 4K 8K
  • 3D-Stereoscopic
  • Multi view Omniview

Image Matters creates, designs and markets innovative hardware and software components to help OEMs, integrators and end users develop advanced imaging systems and applications easily and quickly.

Their new website announces two new items, one a product and one a vital test in bringing high-frame-rate video to the market. The product is named: I'm-XS

"Together, the Image Matters team has more than 50 years of experience in audiovisual technologies," said Jean-Francois Nivart, CEO of the new venture.

As an expert in software engineering, Sabine Wax develops practical solutions for media distribution industry needs.

For his part, Jean-Marc Coulon shares his multidisciplinary knowledge, enabling cost-effective product design and manufacturing.

Last but not least, highly experienced in innovative technology sales and marketing, Stephane Deckers is the link between customers and the development team.

Our combined expertise will keep our clients up to date with rapidly evolving technologies

During the NAB show in Las Vegas, Image Matters will introduce its new video boards, based on high-end JPEG 2000 image compression engines from intoPIX.

The team will be there to meet you in the Central Hall at Booth C5046.

For more information, go to www.image.matters.pro