Making movies is costly and time-consuming. Preserving them is critical.
- Fri, October 25, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM PDT
- Deluxe Technicolor Digital Cinema, ITC Building – Digi 5 & 6, 2345 N Ontario Street, Burbank, California 91504, USA
- Free to attend, registration required
- The IMF UG invites you to join worldwide experts around a program focused on archives in post-houses and studios for the production and re-purposing of movies and episodic content, and the applicability of the Interoperable Master Format (IMF) to these applications.
IMF has established itself as a recognized and standardized intermediate format in this process. While IMF was originally conceived as a common source format for different distribution channels, it has emerged as a promising candidate for archiving and preservation of movies.
This workshop is one of a series of two. A sister event will take place earlier in Amsterdam.
- Program chair
- Florian Schleich, Netflix
|Welcome, scope and goals of the workshop||Pierre Lemieux|
|Archival Workflow based on IMF and ACES||Harvey Landy (NBCU)|
|Archiving UHD contents and necessity for high quality preservation||NHK|
|Recap from IMF UG Workshop Amsterdam||Siegfried Foessel|
|ACES (Academy Color Encoding System)||Annie Chang|
|Introductions to IMF App 4 & App 5||Hans-Nikolas Locher / Wolfgang Ruppel|
|Audiovisual Content Preservation: SMPTE RDD48 and IMF||James Snyder (Library of Congress)|
|Using IMF with AXF||David Deelo / Merrill Weiss|
|From media asset to media components management: get the best from your archive||Dalet|
|Building Smart Archives with IMF||Prime Focus|
|Summary & moderated discussion||TBA|