Ian Lowe

Dolby Vision Sessions - Dolby London

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You are invited to join us for one of the sessions of the Dolby Vision™ Content Creation World Tour 2019, being held at Dolby London office, located at 4-6 Soho Square on the 9th and 10th October. Sessions run every one hour from 10:00 – 18:00 on both days. Experienced user or new to HDR, join us to learn more about the exciting new developments in the Dolby Vision content creation  workflow and tools and how they can help you make your content look as you intended across the widest range of devices. Each 40-minute session will include:

  • An overview and demonstration of what high dynamic range and wide  color gamut imaging are about and why it matters.
  • A demonstration of the Dolby Vision Content Creation 4.0 tools now available for color-grading systems.
  • A demonstration of how traditionally graded SDR/Rec 709 content compares to Dolby Vision derived SDR/Rec 709 content, using the 4.0 tools.

Sessions will be limited to ten people at a time so that you can get an up-close and personal experience with our experts. Don't miss your chance to join us at this exclusive event - book your time today! https://dolbyvisioncontentcreationlondon.splashthat.com

We look forward to seeing you in London.

The Dolby Vision Team




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Any introduction courses on HDR and  Dolby Vision planned for Lowepost?

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I think there is something up on Dolby site, let me see the link.

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