Mark Schubin presents a talk on why 4K lenses are relevant to HD productions. Starting by discussing whether there is a fixed ‘Television Viewing Distance’ and whether people can see 4K, he continues to discuss the importance of contrast in the ability of humans to see fine detail. Mark looks at Mean Transfer Curves which show that higher resolution lenses allow much more contrast at HD resolutions.
This talk was given at NAB 2018 at the Fujinon stand.
A fantastic look at the history of all the modern technologies looking at how they were conceived and where we are today. Mark Schubin deftly covers:
- HD, VR, 3D, AI, HDR, HFR
- ‘Direct View’ Cinema ScreensHow HDR, HFR interact
- The move to IP
- IMF and a look at the future
Date: 14th November 2017, 10:00 ET, 15:00 GMT
Join Quantum’s Jason Matousek as he discusses the impacts of 4K and what you can do to better manage your data. Jason will answer questions about how video production teams should be planning for higher resolution workflows. There is a lot of information out there that’s confusing and flat-out contradictory. In 45 minutes, we hope to provide some clarity on common questions like do I need flash or can Ethernet support all my 4K needs?
When will copper fail us? From the beginnings of electronic media, broadcast engineers have struggled with the bandwidth limitations of interconnecting cable. When 4K and other high data rate services first appeared, it seemed only fiber could handle the bandwidth. But we thought the same when SDI was introduced. Belden first introduced 4794R and now 4855R. Will these be the new 8281 and 9209? Have we reached the limit of electrons in cable, or are there new technologies that will extend the convenience of cable and connectors into the next generation of broadcast?
With each advance in interconnection, new methods for installation and use come with new limitations along with the improvements in bandwidth. This webinar covers interconnection in the 12 GHz world, and what is likely to be the technology for the next generation.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- If you can use existing cable for 12 GHz 4K applications.
- If there is a difference between 6 GHz 4K and 12 GHz 4K when choosing cable.
- Connectors you can use for 12 GHz 4K applications.