Live HDR Production Workshop


Monday, December 16, 2019
Location: Rhinelander Gallery, Second Floor
Time: 10:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The Live HDR Production workshop is designed to give those who are seriously considering HDR a chance to better understand the concepts, the challenges, and the opportunities. Experts discuss the various production formats, considerations when making a decision, and how an HDR workflow impacts the way the team goes about their business. Practitioners of HDR share practical advice and tips to ensure your production meets your goals.

Time Session
10:15 - 10:55 a.m.

HDR Primer: Understanding the Ecosystem

The HDR workshop begins with an overview of some of the various formats, standards and production considerations. The goal is to ensure that attendees have a strong understanding of core concepts before diving into the deep end of the pool.
Featuring: Hugo Gaggioni, Sony Electronics, CTO, Sony Professional Solutions – Americas

10:55 - 11:10 a.m.
Sponsored by:

Dolby Case Study: Inside Look at Comcast’s HDR Strategy

Comcast has been hard at work on HDR content creation and delivery of live events which has culminated in this year’s delivery of next-generation services to customers. What have been some of the lessons the company has learned along the way? How are they developing their HDR strategy and what lies ahead in 2020?
Presenter: Derik Yarnell
, Comcast, Principal Architect

11:10 - 11:45 a.m.
Sponsored by:

Gearing Up For HDR

What are some of the equipment options for an HDR production? How does it differ from an SDR production? We will look at some of the options and how to make the best decision for your production.
Moderator: Ken Adelson, PivottvMedia Advisors, Managing Partner and Executive Producer
Panelists:
Greg Coppa, CBS Sports, VP, Sports Technology, CBS Sports Network
David Edwards, Vislink Technologies, Product Manager

11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Adventures in HDR

It’s time for real-world experience in HDR production. Experts who have tackled HDR discuss how they approach the production, how they get their team ready for the show, and best practices to embrace and pitfalls to avoid.
Moderator: Ken Adelson, PivottvMedia Advisors, Managing Partner and Executive Producer
Panelists:
Michael Drazin
, THUMBWAR, VP, Special Projects
Mike Francis
, CBS Sports, VP, Remote Engineering and Planning
Mike Johnson, Dome Productions, Director of Engineering
Nicholas Romano, NEP Broadcast Services, Manager, Mobile Unit Engineering, U.S. Mobile Units