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Panorama Audiovisual is an editorial product of VP Group Integrated Communications, a company based in Alphaville (Barueri/SP, Brazil) and office in Miami (Floria, US) and Madrid (Spain). This structure allows the publishing of magazines and websites - world leaders in the segment, according to Google Analytics - covering Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula.
The president and CEO of VP Group said -- "This finding has encouraged us to expand the scope of the events we do, distributing them throughout the year."
The mission of the congress is discuss technologies and strategies that moves the Brazilian's audio and video market. Since the selection and operation of cameras and editing software to media monetization, every niche of this market will be treated in various discussion sessions, workshops and tutorials of the event this year. "In 2015, we will expand further this debate and the training and professionalisation programs", says Fernando Jay, director of the event.
"Therefore, it is fundamental an event like this, which encourages the professionalism of the entire industry and opens opportunities of updates and training for sector professionals to follow the latest trends of this innovative and dynamic market", says Victor Piiroja, President and CEO of VP Group.
The main themes of the congress, dedicated to professional development and promotion of new technologies, will be solutions for production and distribution of audio and video on TV, film, new media, advertising, animation and games.
Among the topics, the themes are:
• Migration to 4K, H.264 and HEVC;
• Cameras and Lenses for Digital Production;
• Resources for Digital Cinematography;
• Recording in Multiple Codecs and Resolutions;
• Editing and Post-Production Systems;
• Color Correction and VFX;
• Applications for HDR and HFR;
• Automated Production of Journalism and Sports;
• Coverage of Competitions and Shows;
• New Lighting Technologies;
• Generation of Graphics and Virtual Sets;
• Integration with Social Media;
• Storage and Restoration;
• Media Management and Big Data;
• Cloud Based Services;
• TV Everywhere: Multiplatform Distribution, IPTV, VOD and OTT;
• Broadband and Pay TV;
• Infrastructure and Network Planning;
• RF Transmission, Satellite and FO;
• Quality Control and Signals Monitoring;
• Infrastructure for Technical Centers;
• Processing, Conversion and Playout;
• IP Based Production;
• Dispute of the Spectrum and the future of Broadcast;
• Analog Switch-Off and Digital TV Expansion;
• Radio in a scenario of Media Convergence;
• Interference and Wireless Networks;
• Transmedia, Connected TVs, APPs and Second Screen;
• Acoustic and intelligibility;
• Capture and Multichannel Audio Mixing;
• Immersive Audio;
• Loudness Control in Broadcast Ambience;
• Digital Cinema and VPF;
• Digital Projection Technologies;
• Education and Innovation;
• TV Series, Webseries and Interactive Narratives;
• Games and Animations;
• New Sources of Revenue;
• Incentive Laws and Fundraising for Audiovisual.
The existing sectors during Panorama show 2015 will be: Open TV, Pay TV, IPTV, Wireless Media, Radio, and Internet and streaming, Telecommunications, Satellite, Broadcast-cable, Digital Cinema, IT, 3D, Digital Signage, Education and Training
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