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Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) Video now at Java Post Production

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Dolby Vision HDR (High Dynamic Range) Video is now at Java Post Production!

Company owner and chief colourist, "Java Jack" Tunnicliffe, is now officially certified as a Dolby Vision HDR colourist, a service now available at Java Post.

Jack's Dolby Vision Certified DaVinci grading suite includes a state-of-the-art 4K HDR reference monitor and Java Post Production is ready to deliver your feature film, TV series, or documentary project in the latest technical specifications for both theatrical and home entertainment. Plus, our years of image grading experience and creativity will make your images look great, wherever the viewing venue.

What is HDR?

To quote this article, HDR (High Dynamic Range) "removes the limitations presented by older video signals and provides information about brightness and color across a much wider range. HDR-capable displays can read that information and show an image built from a wider gamut of color and brightness. HDR video simply contains more data to describe more steps in between the extremes. This means that bright objects and dark objects on the same screen can be shown to high degrees of brightness and darkness if the display supports it, with all the necessary steps in between described in the signal and not synthesized by the image processor.

To put it more simply, HDR content on HDR-compatible TVs can get brighter, darker, and show more shades of gray in between than non-HDR content. HDR-compatible TVs can produce deeper and more vivid reds, greens, and blues, and show more color variation in between. Deep shadows aren't simply black voids; more details can be seen in the darkness, while the picture stays dark. Bright shots aren't simply sunny, vivid pictures; fine details in the brightest surfaces remain clear. Vivid objects aren't simply saturated; more degrees of color can be seen."

In other words, Java Post Production can now make your feature film, TV series, documentary, and other video projects even better than before! Contact us now and ask about finishing your project in HDR.

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