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SMPTE 2015: Preserving and Archiving for the Next 150 Years

  15.10.30 10:51am

In addition to tackling issues related to new technologies — from Ultra HD to high dynamic range and high frame rates — SMPTE also considers how to preserve film and assets of the past.

More here:  http://www.etcentric.org/smpte-2015-preserving-and-archiving-for-the-next-150-years/