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The dpp's guide to what you need to know about UHD
The RAW format of the Arri Alexa camera family.
The P2 card system (P2 HD) was introduced by Panasonic in 2004.
The new Blackmagic RAW codec was officially unveiled at IBC 2018 in Amsterdam.
The term CODEC stems from the blend of the words Coder and Decoder.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Master (DCDM).
A Digital Cinema Package (DCP) is a collection of all the relevant digital audio and video files and metadata used for the delivery and presentation of a feature film to a digital cinema.
Deinterlacing is the process of taking an interlaced video sequence and changing it into a progressive video sequence.
The DNxHD video compression format was originally developed by Avid as HD became a media standard.
In 2014 AVID introduced its Codec DNxHR.
Since 2003 a recommended standard for audiovisual applications.
HDCAM SR (Superior Resolution) is a recording and delivery format introduced by Sony in 2003.
Since 2013 a standard for audiovisual applications recommended by ITU
High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a method of capturing and displaying images with much brighter highlights and more detail in darker areas.
Creating one master format for TV and film content
The JPEG 2000 format is used primarily within the DCP (Digital Cinema Package) format.
Metadata is used in film making for a number of different purposes.
A highly efficient video codec for compressing image data up to 5K, developed by Apple.
REDCODE RAW is a proprietary file format from the camera manufacturer RED.
In contrast to an analogue signal, a digital signal of bits (each either a 0 or a 1) can only represent a finite number of amplitudes at a finite number of moments in time.
The Serial Digital Interface (SDI) is used for transmitting uncompressed and unencrypted video data.
A RAW-format introduced by SONY.
Definition and spelling of TV- Formats by the EBU.
Things to know about UHD Production
Ultra High Definition video (UHD) became a broadcast reality in 2014.
The race for the top position in next-generation video codecs.
X-OCN stands for "eXtended tonal range Original Camera Negative".
The XAVC family of codecs were developed by Sony and introduced together with the high-quality PMW-F5 and PMW-F55 digital cameras
Recording Format XDCAM HD422 is still popular for Factual Production.