“Now, said Schaefer and others, dailies are streamed to separate crew member’s tablets, where slow wifi on remote locations means they are not seeing a meaningful representation of the footage. Worse yet, points out Belgian cinematographer Bjorn Charpentier (“BEIRUT”), producers back at the studio often see digital dailies on non-calibrated monitors in bright rooms and complain “It’s too dark.”

“With an estimated 160 million Netflix viewers worldwide consuming content on HDR-configured tablets or mobile phones, the issue of image quality being compromised is a serious one, panel members all agreed.”

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