The Evolution of Immersive Television in Dolby
The Evolution of Immersive Television in Dolby

The Evolution of Immersive Television in Dolby

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Thanks to all of those that joined Dolby and our special industry guests as we discussed the evolution of entertainment and explored how world-renowned content creators are using Dolby technologies to expand their creative palette and empower immersive storytelling.
 
This PGA members-only event was the first in a series of events designed to both inspire and educate producers in film, television, and new media to create future-forward, immersive experiences in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. We hope those who attended the live event found it valuable. For those who were unable to attend or would like to see it again we have provided a recording of the event. Please click on the link below to view the recording.

 

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Hear from these industry thought leaders and get a chance to ask questions about how Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos can create long-term value for content creators. Tune in to learn more about:
  • Insights on the evolution of television from experienced PGA members.
  • Why these creatives are choosing to use Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos in their productions.
  • How Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos fit into the production workflow.
  • How Dolby technologies are applied to various genres, from documentary to animation, to action-adventures across a range of budgets.
Hear from these industry thought leaders and get a chance to ask questions about how Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos can create long-term value for content creators. Tune in to learn more about:
  • Insights on the evolution of television from experienced PGA members.
  • Why these creatives are choosing to use Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos in their productions.
  • How Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos fit into the production workflow.
  • How Dolby technologies are applied to various genres, from documentary to animation, to action-adventures across a range of budgets.

It really is kind of a sound designer's dream and filmmakers dream because we're creating everything from scratch. And I think that's also why Dolby Atmos really lends itself. Because with animation, I feel like you can get even more immersive without distracting the filmmakers or your audience because we're kind of taking them to these new worlds and doing things in animation you can't do in live action.

Jessie Schroeder, VP, Post-Production at Pixar Animation Studios