High-Speed Content Capture for Maximum Slow-Motion Impact – Set Free from Cables

Wednesday, April 10 9:40 AM - 10:00 AM

Location: N260

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Advances in increased visual clarity have played out before our eyes on 4k and HDR capable screens. It has been demonstrated that better pixels can translate to greater visual impact as they mimic the capabilities of the human visual system. However, it is also noticeable that in these latest systems, while the sharpness of static objects is impressive, the clarity delivered from moving objects has not kept pace.
This joint paper from Grass Valley, NEP and IMT Vislink will describe the impact of balancing spatial and temporal clarity alongside the rollout of high dynamic range (HDR) while also considering the limitations of data bandwidth. It will propose the employment of frame rates of up to 150fps across time-interleaved UHD infrastructure, while also exploring the deployment and operational affordability of implementing a high frame rate, slow motion system that enables full slow-motion effects in conjunction with real-time video presentation.


Event Information

Education Program: Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference

BEIT Paper Track: Ultra HD Content Creation

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