For well over a decade, the SIGGRAPH community has been at the forefront of digital creation and processing of motion picture images. However, live-action principal photography is still primarily acquired on 35mm motion picture film, and the end result is displayed on 35mm motion picture film. This course described the technology of D-cinema acquisition and display, and discussed the interface between
D-cinema and digital image creation and editing.
Experience with creation or manipulation of
digital images. Familiarity with film or video, and with color science,
perhaps from a color course at a previous
SIGGRAPH conference or this year's Course 21: Color Science and Color Management for
CGI and Film.
Contrast ratio, spatial resolution, color gamut, color image data metrics, image exchange standards, HDTV interface standards, HDTV recording, projection systems.
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