Library 3D Mastering – Kari Grubin, Deluxe

Introduction & Technology Year in Review – Mark Schubin
2011 CEA Household Penetration Chart
Nielsen Media Universe
Audio from the presentation

Global Content Repositories for Distributed Workflows – Ingo Fuchs, NetApp

Subtitling for Stereographic Media – Jonathan Jenkyn, Screen Subtitling

Multi-Language Video Description – Art Allison, NAB

Broadcasters Panel
Bob Seidel, CBS
Art Allison, National Association of Broadcasters
Jim Starzynski, NBC
Jim Kutzner, PBS
Mark Rushton, Roundbox

Loose Coupling for Multipurpose Distribution – Bruce Devlin, AmberFin

Washington Update - Jim Burger, Dow Lohnes

HD SLRs: Really? – Michael Guncheon, HDVideoPro/HDMG

Alternatives to Two-Lens 3D – Mark Schubin,
Audio from the presentation

Single-Lens Stereoscopy – Neal Weinstock, SoliDDD

OLED & the Status of Its Development- Gary Mandle, Sony

Interoperable Mastering/Interoperable Media Panel
Annie Chang, Disney
Brad Gilmer, Advanced Media Workflow Association

Hollywood in the Cloud Panel
Moderator: Steve Poehlein, HP

The New Role of LTO-5 Technologies in Media Workflows
LTFS vs. tar – Tom Goldberg, Cache-A

What’s Happening at a Standards Organization Near You -
Peter Symes, SMPTE

Measurement of the Ghosting Performance of Stereo 3D systems for Digital Cinema and 3DTV -
Wolfgang Ruppel, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences

New Audio Technologies for Automating Digital Pre-Distribution Processes -
Drew Lanham, Nexidia

Archiving Color Images to Single-Strip 35mm B&W Film -
Sean McKee & Victor Panov, Point.360 Digital Film Labs

Bend Radius – Steve Lampen, Belden

Post-Retreat Treat: When Did We Come From?
Mark Schubin,
Live-action 3D movies in 1879? Live pictures & sounds to theaters in 1877?
The 24-hour news cycle in 1846? Transmission by wire by 1665?
The history of our industry is amazing!
Video from the presentation



Charles Poynton Seminar on High-Dynamic-Range Imaging

3-D in the Home Is the Answer: What is the Question?
Human Vision – Prof. Martin Banks, University of California
Consumer Electronics – Peter Putman, ROAM Consulting

Introduction & Technology Year in Review – Mark Schubin
2010 CEA Household Penetration Chart
3-D Glasses in Depth

CES Review – Peter Putman, ROAM Consulting

21:9 TV – Jeroen Stessen, Philips

Mobile Television Panel – Debra Kaufman, Mobilized TV, Moderator
Jerry Whitaker, ATSC

Future of Packaged Media: Kiosks vs. Brick & Mortar – Steve Cohen, Raging River, moderator
Slide Notes 1, Slide Notes 2

Broadcasters Panel – Matthew Goldman, Ericsson, Moderator
Bob Seidel, CBS
Richard Friedel, Fox
Art Allison, NAB

Consumer Video Marketplace Panel – Peter Fannon, Panasonic, Moderator
Shawn DuBravac, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)
Gary Arlen, Arlen Communications

Welcome Dinner & Schubin Roast – Lirty Dies

Washington Update – Jim Burger, Dow Lohnes

Science Experiment: Low-Cost Plasma as a Reference Monitor – Pete Putman, ROAM Consulting

SOA What? Panel Moderated by John Footen, NTC
David Rosenberg, Azcar
David Carroll, Sony

Collaborative Networking Panel Moderated by Leon Silverman, Disney
Laurin Herr, Pacific Interface
Bertrand Darnault, SmartJog
Anthony Magliocco, Entertainment & Media Technology Marketing

File-Based Workflow Panel Moderated by Howard Lukk, Pixar
Brad Collar & Michael D. Smith, Warner Bros
Gary Morse, Fox
Bob Seidel, CBS
Arjun Ramamurthy, Fox

New Technology for Timing & Synchronization – Peter Symes, SMPTE & Hans Hoffmann, EBU

Audio Loudness Panel, Moderated by Patrick Waddell, Harmonic
Jim DeFilippis, Fox – the New ATSC RP on Loudness and Its Impact on Production and Post
David Wood, EBU – P/LOUD and ITU-R Loudness
Steve Silva, Fox – Hands-On Experience with BS.1770 Loudness Measurements
Ken Hunold, Dolby – The Boundary Issue
David Wood, Ensemble Designs – AGC That Preserves Dynamics

Reducing Operational Complexity of Stereoscopic-Production Camera Systems – Michael Bergeron, Panasonic

4K End-To-End – Hugo Gaggioni & Yasuhiko Mikami, Sony

Post-Retreat Treat: The Joy of Wire – Steve Lampen, Belden



HPA Insight / Foresight Visions of the Future Supersession
Mark Schubin, consultant, Pt. 2

Introduction & Technology Year in Review – Mark Schubin
Intro – Review
2009 FCC Competition
2009 CEA Household Penetration

CES Review – Peter Putman, ROAM Consulting

Sustainable Media Technology & Practice – Matt Peterson, Vertatique

New developments in stereoscopy
Hybrid/Multi-mode 3-D creation – David Seigle, In-Three
Autostereoscopic display – Pia Maffei, Alioscopy USA

High Frame-Rate Television – Steve Jolly, BBC Research
Additional content published by BBC

Studio/distribution concatenated-compression test results – Hans Hoffmann, EBU

Broadcasting: Analog TurnED Off & What’s Next?
ATSC 2.0 – Graham Jones, NAB
Jerry Butler, PBS
Jim Starzynski, NBC Universal
Robert Seidel, CBS

Impact of New Display Technologies on Reference Monitoring
Gary Mandle, Sony

Washington Update – Jim Burger, Dow Lohnes

Content ID: Not quite ready for prime time? – Clyde Smith, Turner Broadcasting &
Katherine Parker, Sun Microsystems

Building a Network for Content Creators – Anthony Magliocco, AboveNet, Inc.

Real-world data-transfer results – James Fancher, Deluxe Digital Media

Storage year in review – Rob Kobrin, Integrated Media Technologies

Software technologies panel – John Footen, moderator
BXF – Chris Lennon, Harris
Service-Oriented Storage – Simon Eldridge, Omneon
Broadcaster Case StudyJerry Butler, PBS

Technology trends in post infrastructure: appliances to clusters to microcode – Tom Burns, Technicolor

Advanced processing
Cell technology – Lance Kelson, Sony
FPGAs – Juan Pertierra, Cine-tal
Grid-based transcoding – Jason Danielson, Omneon

4K+ theory basics, part II: dynamic range – Hans Kiening, ARRI
4K Systems Technology Brochure

Correction of defects in 4K scanning using advanced technologies – Dave Cavena, Image Trends

How cable works – Steve Lampen, Belden

A test pattern for the digital age – Norm Hurst, Sarnoff

Online Sensitometry for Digital-Intermediate Calibration – Ujwal Nirgudkar, Alfa Imaging Systems, India

Minimizing color variation – Gary Demos, Image Essence

Spatial Hearing – James Johnston, DTS

Post-Retreat treat:
The Metropolitan Opera’s Live Global Cinemacasts – Mark Schubin, Metropolitan Opera

Breakfast Roundtables
Content ID: Ready for prime time? – Katherine Parker, Sun Microsystems
Aspect Ratio Angst., Bruce Jacobs, Twin Cities Public Television
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Multiformat World – Bruce Jacobs, Twin Cities Public Television Acquisition Formats



Archive eXchange Format (AXF), Merrill Weiss

Brushing Up on Upconversion, Bruce Jacobs

Concatenated Compression Effects, Josh Derby

Consumer Electronics Overview, Shawn DuBravac

Consumer Electronics Show Review, Peter Putman

Cross Media Format Workflow for Production, Postproduction, & Archiving, Siegfried Foessel

Dirac Pro for Post, Peter Wilson

Financial Analyst’s Follow-Up and Further Inquiry, Mike Olson

High Dynamic Range Display Technology, Dave Schnuelle

Introduction & Technology Year in Review, Mark Schubin

Layered Motion Compensation, Gary Demos

Less than a Year to Go: What Happens after Analog Cutoff, Bob Seidel

Less than a Year to Go: What Happens after Analog Cutoff, Glenn Reitmeier

Looking at the Other End: All About HDMI, Steve Lampen

Motion in Visual Media Production, Anil Kokaram & MC Patel

One Studio Perspective on the Digital-Cinema Transition, Wade Hanniball

Parameters for evaluation monitors (Breakfast Roundtable), Peter Putman

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Jerry Pierce

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Patrick Palmer

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Chuck Viane

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Doug Darrow

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Alan Bell

Supersession Post 3D: Moving from a Science Project to a Business, Joe Cirincione

Task Force on Synchronization & Timing, Peter Symes

Tools for Evaluating HD Fixed-Pixel Display Performance, Jed Deame

Washington Update, Jim Burger



A New Concept for Post & Distribution, Igor Borovikov

Archiving Movies in a Digital World, Dave Cavena

AVC: New directions and applications, Peter Symes

CEA Penetration Figures, Mark Schubin

Digital-Cinematography Cameras, Mark Schubin

Display and Consumer Electronics Update, Peter Putman

Dynamic and Interactive Scalable Workflow for Digital Motion Picture Production, Adrian Widera & Siegfried Foessel

EMC Today, Paul Swedberg

Extended Color Gamut for Consumers – the Display Side, Jeroen Stessen

Facemorph (software demo)

File-based Workflow for Transcoding Theatrical Content to a Variety of Entertainment Video Formats, Christoph Fehn

FrameFree Video Compression – Critical Points versus Block Matching, Igor Borovikov

HD-ENG Field Test Report, Bob Seidel

HZ-CA13U Film Lens Adapter, Craig Yanagi

Introduction, Mark Schubin

Managing the Lifecycle of Hollywood Data, Brian Olson

“New” Extended-gamut Color Space for Video Applications; xvYCC (IEC61966-2-4), Naoya Katoh

Nielsen Penetrations, Mark Schubin

PBS Update, Jerry Butler

Predicting (or Creating?) the Future of Home Entertainment, John Godfrey

Production for the Long Tail, Steve Stough

RAW Workflows: Impacts on Aquisition and Post, David Newman

Securing and Archiving Content Assets, Utilizing Holographic Data Recording, Art Rancis

Spatio-Temporal Quincunx Sub-Sampling (…and how we get there), David Lyon

The DTV Transition & Digital Rights Washington Update: The Year In Review, Jim Burger

The MXF Mastering Format A proposal to address existing MXF interoperability issues, Clyde Smith

The Video Consumer Marketplace: We’re Getting There, BUT…, Michael Heiss

TV Sizing Trends, Mark Schubin

Understanding and Measuring Loudness, Josh Derby & Mark Edmondson

Understanding Transport Streams, Laszlo Zoltan

XDCAM HD Dailies, Brian Quandt



10 Gigabit Audio and Video Networking, Steve Lampen

4K Pure Cinema Joint Field Trial NTT-WB-TOHO Digital Cinema Distribution over International Fiber Networks, Tetsuro Fujii

960 x 540 Down-Rez For whom is it bad?, Mark Schubin

Advanced Camera Research at NHK, Hiroshi Shimamoto

ARRI D20 Camera Tests, Stephan Ukas-Bradley

Audio Metadata: Key For Producer Creativity and Tool for Broadcaster Flexibility, Kenneth Hunold

AVC Compression Update: FRExt and future, Matthew Goldman

CEA Penetration Figures, Mark Schubin

CineGrid, Tom DeFanti

CineGrid, Laurin Herr

Compression Update: Advanced Codecs Standardization Activities, Patrick Waddell

Digital Steroscopic (3D) Presentation: How its Done Today and Post Production Implications, Glenn Kennel

D-ILA Technology Contrast/Grayscale, Color, Scaling, Deinterlacing/Motion, Rod Sterling

FCC Competition Report, Mark Schubin

Film Grain Technology, Jeff Cooper

Final Cut Studio – Native Long-GOP Editing, Brett Halle

Fraunhofer Network Digital Cinema, Siegfried Foessel

Harry Potter in 4K Pure Cinema, Wendy Aylsworth

HDTV at CBS & UPN (CW), Robert Seidel

HPA 2006 Broadcaster Panel, Glenn Reitmeier

Introduction, Mark Schubin

ISA – Interoperability and Security Architecture, Julien Seligmann

Lip Sync of Audio/Video Distribution and Display, Bill Hogan & Michael Smith

Lossless Layered Residual System, Gary Demos

Metadata for Formatting with Multiple Aspect Ratios, Graham Jones

Native Editing with Final Cut Pro 5 – FAQ’s

(Non-Color) Display Signal Processing, Jed Deame

Octavision 8M pixel – Quad HD motion picture camera/recorder, Nobuyuki “Nick” Koyama

Panel on 3D Movie Production, Thomas MacCalla

Project Lightspeed TelcoTV Update, Brad Medford

Quest for an Image Interchange and Mastering Format, Jim Houston

Research Institute for Digital Media and Content, Naohisa Ohta

See It Now: A Primer on LCD, DLP, LCoS, and Plasma Technologies, Pete Putman

Small Format HD Acquisition, Mark Schubin

Some Random Thoughts on the “new” 3D, Rob Engle

The DTV Transition & Digital Rights Washington Update: The Year In Review, Jim Burger

The Evolving Home – Traffic Theory, Piracy and the New Home, Jerry Pierce

TV for Mobile Devices, Tom McDonough

Universal Pictures D-Cinema: “Serenity” DCP and Trailers, Wade Hanniball



A comparison of MPEG-2 Video, MPEG-4 AVC, and SMPTE VC-1, Matthew Goldman

Updates in MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) Standard to Improve Picture Quality and Usability, Jiuhuai Lu

Patent Licensing 101, Ron Moore

Delivering More Video Content at Half the Cost Using MPEG-4 AVC, Bob Wilson

Introduction, Mark Schubin

CEA Penetration Figures, Mark Schubin

FCC Report, Mark Schubin

ABC Television Network DTV Status Report, Mike Strein

CBS/UPN HDTV Update, Robert Seidel

CE Industry Overview, Brian Markwalter

Digital Content Protection 2005 Status Report, Brad Hunt

Tapeless Camcorder Acquisition Dual Media Approach, Robert Harris

Uncompressed Recording – Camera to Post Workflow, Don Miskowich

Film Transfer for Digital Intermediate, Dave Bancroft

Optimizing Displays for Digital Dailies, Loren Nielsen

X’Y'Z’ Color Encoding for Digital Cinema Distribution, Glenn Kennel

Make Your Own DCP – A Guide to Creating D-Cinema Distribution Packages, John Hurst

WorldScreen Layered Scheme Compression for the Digital Cinema Chain, Mike Christmann

Digital Cinema in Japan, Laurin Herr

A Look at Consumer Displays – 2005 CES, Pete Putman

ISAN: International Standard Audiovisual Number, Merrill Weiss

The DTV Transition & Grokster – A Washington Update, Jim Burger

Extended Content Control Information (ExCCI) Packet –  The Studio Side of DRM, Merrill Weiss

Sound Editing Workflows in Post Production, John Mckay

Final Cut Pro HD & XML, Brett Halle

Dust to Glory – Case Study, Jacob Rosenberg

Standards Organizations: Are They Still Relevant to Users?, Peter Symes

Introduction to GFX, Paul Collins

User Interfaces and Technology Choices, Pete Challinger

Translating Hollywood’s Command of Audience to the Networked Distribution Reality –  What Hollywood Can Learn from Digital Identity, Patrick Gregston

Skew – What it is, What it Means, Why You Should Care, Steve Lampen

Motion Estimation/Compensation for Noise Reduction & Image Enhancement, Fredrik Lidberg

4k File Access without Transfer OR All the way to 4K, Chris Golson