Author Archives: Ian D. Nock

About Ian D. Nock

Looks a little like a bank robber but actually is a consultant working in the field of Consumer Electronics, Digital TV and Interactive Solutions/delivery. Twenty years experience working throughout Europe on delivering IT Systems and Digital TV Solutions. Experienced in working on all aspects of service delivery including solution integration, platforms and customer premises equipment.

HEVC Advance: What Do the Royalties Mean for Video Publishers? – Streaming Media Magazine

HEVC Advance is the second HEVC patent group, representing the patents of GE, Dolby, Philips, Mitsubishi, and Technicolor. The group launched in April 2015, and announced terms on July 21. In this article, I’ll summarize the terms and add perspective gained from a review of previous licensing efforts of different technologies as well as discussions with Peter Moller, the newly minted CEO of the licensing group and former executive vice president of GE Licensing.

via HEVC Advance: What Do the Royalties Mean for Video Publishers? – Streaming Media Magazine.

Technicolor enters race to put high dynamic range in your TV – CNET

Dolby has gotten the most press when it comes to high dynamic range (HDR), widely seen as the next generation of home video content after 4K. The company has been been making a big push for several years with its Dolby Vision HDR format, but it’s not the only one in the game.

via Technicolor enters race to put high dynamic range in your TV – CNET.