SMPTE to Honor Key Film & Broadcast Technology Contributors

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From a director who help pioneer a new style of filmmaking to a technologist whose work laid the foundation for high-definition television, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the world’s leading developer of motion-imaging standards, will celebrate more than 30 motion-imaging and audio luminaries at a private banquet in Hollywood. The SMPTE Honors & Awards banquet is the capstone to the Society’s 2010 Technical Conference and Expo held here this week.


Rich Content at SMPTE Technical Conference & Expo
The SMPTE 2010 Technical Conference & Expo, the annual gathering of the world’s leading motion-imaging researchers, scientists, practitioners, and manufacturers, touched on many critical industry topics this week, including those related to 3D, accessibility, anti-piracy, A/V synchronization, cloud computing, loudness, file-based workflows, film restoration, the image interchange format (IIF), and the status of handheld/mobile technologies.


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