TwoFour54's post-production facilities get Dolby Vision certification

[Representation Image] On the sets of Emirati feature film 'Ghost'
[Representation Image] On the sets of Emirati feature film 'Ghost'


TwoFour54 Abu Dhabi's post-production facilities are now certified with Dolby Vision technology and tools, meaning their staff is fully trained and the premises are fully equipped to meet the post-production needs for colour-grading and mastering Dolby Vision HDR content.

This technology ensures that the content created in TwoFour54’s editing suite stays enhanced across the wide variety of mediums in use today – from TVs to mobiles and laptops. Dolby Vision brings higher quality colour, contrast, and brightness to the screen, transforming the experience of watching TV shows and films on devices.

TwoFour54 is the first certified Dolby Vision facility in the UAE, in an endeavor to achieve highest global standard for the content created in Abu Dhabi’s media hub – in both Arabic and English.

Such high-quality content would be fit for release on digital streaming platforms, Netflix or Amazon Prime, opening up even more channels for content creators in Abu Dhabi.

Katrina Anderson, director, commercial services, at TwoFour54: “Being the first production facility in the UAE to receive Dolby Vision certification demonstrates TwoFour54’s commitment to growing the creative industries in Abu Dhabi by ensuring media companies have access to the best in the business.

“The way we consume content has been transformed by connectivity and digitalization, with consumers able to choose not only what they watch but where, when and how. This means it is essential that content creators have access to industry-leading technology such as Dolby Vision in order to ensure their content reaches as wide an audience as possible around the world.”

As new players such as Netflix and Amazon Prime compete with existing broadcasters, the global production sector is experiencing unprecedented demand for high-quality production facilities.

Netflix’s expenditure on content creation soared from $4.6 billion in 2015 to $12 billion last year, while other platforms, such as Amazon Prime, Apple TV and YouTube, are also seeking to create more unique content. Consequently, the global demand for production facilities such as those offered by twofour54 is outstripping supply.

“We have seen an increased interest for Dolby Vision in home entertainment due to growing popularity of digital streaming services in Middle East, and we are now able to support studios and content creators with leading-edge tools that are deployed at twofour54 world-class post facility," said Pankaj Kedia, managing director – emerging markets, Dolby Laboratories.

“Dolby Vision is the preferred HDR mastering workflow for leading studios and growing number of content creators, and hence this latest offering demonstrates twofour54 commitment to make Abu-Dhabi a preferred location for film and TV production”.

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