Digital media provides many options, and therefore things are a lot more complicated now. In ancient times, "video" was a well-defined term for electronic images conveyed by big powerful transmitters to CRT displays. "Movies" were strips of polyester or cellulose acetate with emulsion to create a clear image twenty-four times per second.
Today, digital imaging has blurred the lines -- images can be represented in virtually any color gamut, frame-rate, spatial resolution or dynamic range. Frequently, the same "content" needs to be transformed between formats, for distribution to the cinema, cable network or mobile device. Confusing? You bet. We can help.
Helping Reinvent Motion Imaging