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Dolby Vision HDR System Gains Traction with SGO Mistika Support

4K was the buzzword at NAB, but even as the industry marched toward ever-higher resolution for acquisition, Dolby Laboratories was making inroads with another approach to the pixel problem — images with higher dynamic range, rather than simply higher resolution. … more »


NAB 2014 Video: Dolby

Dolby's Roland Vlaicu and FilmLight's Peter Postma talk about the new Dolby Vision process.

Dolby Signs Agreement to Acquire Doremi Labs

Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Doremi Labs, the leading provider of digital cinema video playback solutions. Together with Dolby’s award winning Dolby Atmos object-based sound platform, Dolby and Doremi will enable exhibitors and content … more »


NAB 2013 Video: Dolby

Bill Admans talks up the Emmy-winning Professional Reference Monitor, which Dolby calls the most accurate LCD on the market.


Dolby Demos the Best No-Glasses 3D Yet — But Is It Good Enough?

  If you're still thinking about buying a 3D TV in order to keep your home-theater experience up to date, don't bother. Rather, don't bother just yet — Cameron-Pace Group (CPG) joined a technology partnership with Dolby and Philips at … more »

Dolby Introduces Reference LCD Monitor

Dolby entered the crowded field of LCD display manufacturers today, announcing the PRM-4200, a 42-inch professional reference monitor that it claims is an accurate substitute for the old-school CRTs that are so coveted by high-end video pros. The display has … more »

USC Unveils New School of Cinematic Arts Campus

Steven Spielberg and George Lucas were on hand to dedicate the new 137,000-square foot main campus for USC’s new cinematic arts program, along with Dean Elizabeth M. Daley. The opening marks the 80th anniversary since USC and the Academy of … more »

3D: Post Production, Advertising and the Future

Los Angeles, CA–At the 3D Summit here, panel discussions looked at every piece of the production and distribution chain. The three sessions I was able to attend were all interesting, and I’ve summed up the discussion below. POST PRODUCTION ISSUES … more »