(May 12, 2012) Working in a modern production or post-production environment requires a working knowledge of color science. Regardless of a user’s position in the production chain, color plays a major role in telling a powerful story. This class provides a working knowledge of color management for digital film and video production, digital intermediate (DI) and video post-production, VFX, HD and film print dailies, and digital projection. Who should attend
Professionals in the video and feature film industry responsible for quality control of color across the entire production / post-production workflow, including:
- VFX production supervisors
- VFX artists
- DI post-production engineers
- CGI/VFX software developers
- Digital imaging technicians (DITs)
- Michael Chenery, Senior Color Scientist, THX Ltd.
- Richard Schott, Manager of Imaging Technologies, THX Ltd.
- Chris Combs, Field Applications Engineer, Video Products, Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
- Bob Lofland, Customer Support Engineer, Professional Displays, Dolby Laboratories, Inc.
- Color science and theory
- Color management and data structures
- Probes and their role in color science
- Profiles vs. LUTs
- Reference displays: requirements, workflows, optimization & calibration
- Practical application and best practices of complementary technologies:
- cineSpace and the Dolby Professional Reference Monitor
- IIF / ACES workflow
Afternoon break-out sessions on color management, probes and optimizing displays
When & Where
Thursday, May 24th, 2012 8:30am – 5:30pm (8:30 - 12:30: Lecture / 1:30 - 5:00: Break-out sessions)
Dolby Laboratories Screening Room, 3601 West Alameda Avenue, Burbank, CA 91515 Registration
$395.00 includes tuition, course materials, and lunch