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    Increasing the value of existing content : Machine Learning for HD to UHD Up-Conversion

    June 11, 2020 @ 12:00 am - 1:00 am

    There is currently a wealth of high value content languishing in the archives of TV Service Providers and Ultra HD (UHD) is now part of mainstream TV production, with high quality UHD TV sets accounting for a significant proportion of all new TVs sold globally. The popularity of UHD has raised expectations for stunning, high quality content and viewing experiences. How can operators find ways of monetising the wealth of content they already have but satisfy the consumer craving for high quality, immersive experiences at the same time?

    Join Tony Jones, Principal Technologist at MediaKind, as he explores a different approach to monetizing high value library content using up-conversion and leveraging Generative Adversarial Neural Networks to synthesize detail in the up-converted image.

    This leads to an experience that is much closer to native UHD – and a more compelling, higher quality offering for consumers.

    Register now to learn more about:

    • How broadcasters are able to activate the wealth of yesterday’s content with the expected experience of today.
    • A detailed exploration of Generative Adversarial Neural Networks and how this is synthesized to provide a stunning quality, better-than-being-there experience
    • How broadcasters can provide higher quality experiences, moving from a few UHD events to full-time or pop up channels, delivered only over ABR infrastructure