Amsterdam, Netherlands, (IBC Hall 7, Stand 7.K01), September 9, 2011—THX Ltd. today announced it will introduce a new THX Room Certification service for Direct View Rooms and Digital Intermediate (DI) theaters. THX critical viewing Room Certification will assure content producers that specific facilities—regardless of size or location—are capable of providing consistent quality for the most accurate performance, equivalent to the best in Hollywood.
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AMSTERDAM (IBC 2011 – Hall 7, Stand 7.K01), September 9, 2011—THX Ltd. today announced enhancements to its popular THX cineSpaceTM color management software, the de facto standard in film and television post-production for image color accuracy and [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (CEDIA 2011 – Booth # 1543), September 8, 2011—THX Ltd. today announced that Analog Devices, Sigma Designs, Silicon Image and Quantum Data, are providing industry-leading silicon solutions and HDMI protocol testing platform support that now make it easier for CE manufacturers to implement THX Media Director™ into Blu-ray players, AV receivers, TVs and projectors. THX’s unique technology transforms movies, music and other digital media into metadata or “smart content” that enables A/V components to auto-select the most appropriate audio and video playback settings, preserving the content creator’s artistic intent.
THX Showcases Big Sound in a Small Package at CEDIA 2011 with First THX Certified Speaker Bar in EMEA, Teufel’s Cinebar 51 THX
INDIANAPOLIS (CEDIA 2011 – Booth # 1543), September 8, 2011—THX Ltd. today announced a new Speaker Bar Certification program, with specific standards designed to enhance home display audio with the power and performance [...]
Advancements to THX cineSpaceTM Suite, Media DirectorTM and New Room Certification Preserve Consistency and Accuracy of Content Creator’s Artistic Vision
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – Aug. 19, 2011 – THX Ltd. today announced it will exhibit advancements to its cineSpaceTM Color Management software suite, updates to its Media DirectorTM technology and highlight new critical viewing Room [...]
Forest Grove, Ore. – May 26, 2011 – THX Ltd. today announced Senior Vice President Rick Dean’s participation in Pacific University’s Vision Performance Institute’s Vision and 3D Conference, a conference that brings together representatives from industry, research and academia to present the current studies that will guide the future of 3D.
London – May 16, 2011 – THX Ltd. today announced Senior Vice President Rick Dean’s participation in the 3DTV World Forum, the first worldwide conference addressing every aspect of 3D technology and its relevance across the whole value chain.
MARINA DEL REY, Calif. – April 29, 2011 – THX Ltd. today announced Senior Vice President Rick Dean’s participation in Digital Hollywood Spring, the premier entertainment and technology conference in the country, taking place in Marina del Rey, CA on May 2-5, 2011.
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – April 18, 2011 - THX Ltd. today announced the acquisition of the cineSpace™ Color Management Suite from privately-held Cine-tal Systems, a developer of image monitoring and color management solutions. cineSpace is the de facto standard in film and television post-production for achieving image color accuracy and consistency. The acquisition complements technologies and services THX has been delivering to post-production professionals for more than 25-years and furthers the company’s mission of ensuring quality entertainment is delivered true to the artist’s intent.
LAS VEGAS – April 11, 2011 – THX Ltd. today announced two key milestones in its collaboration with Rovi Corporation (NASDAQ: ROVI) that will enable content creators and distributors to take advantage of THX Media Director™. THX Media Director is a technology that enables filmmakers to define, through metadata, specific audio and video characteristics of a title. This metadata is then read and acted upon by consumer electronics equipment, from TVs to receivers, to automatically select the most appropriate playback settings for optimal presentation of the content.