Blackmagic Design has joined the newly formed Netflix Post Technology Alliance just a month ago. The logo of the Netflix Post Technology Alliance guarantees filmmakers that the awarded product - be it a grading program, an editing program, an encoder or a camera - meets Netflix&s technical specifications.
Manufacturers must accept the Netflix Post Technology Alliance (PTA) program license agreement and extensive testing of their products to ensure that they meet Netflix&s specifications. It is interesting to note that future developments of Netflix requirements and new features of the programs/cameras will also be coordinated, i.e. future delivery specifications will also be covered. However, the selected products of the alliance are only a recommendation, not an obligation.
The Alliance&s latest addition is Blackmagic&s DaVinci Resolve editing, visualization, motion graphics, color correction and audio post-production software - selected for three of the Alliance&s four technology categories: "Color Grading", "Editorial" and "IMF & Media Encoding". Also selected were the URSA Mini 4.6K and URSA Mini Pro cameras from Blackmagic Design in the "Camera" category.
Netflix Post Technology Alliance members to date include Adobe, Arri, Avid, Blackmagic Design, Canon, Colorfront, Fraunhofer IIS, Filmlight, Panasonic, Red Digital Cinema, Rohde & Schwarz and Sony, each with specific programs and models tested. In the future, the previous categories (Cameras, Color Grading, Editorial and IMF & Media Encoding) will be joined by other categories such as Sound Production and Dubbing, and more manufacturers will be added.
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