Testronic achieves Dolby Vision certification | Infrastructure | News | Rapid TV News
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Following what it calls an ‘intensive’ period of training and investment in its Burbank facility, global quality assurance, compliance and localisation services provider Testronic has achieved Dolby Vision certification.

gish testonic 13NovDolby Vision certification means that all of Testronic’s Master QC personnel have been trained by Dolby and that the facility has been commissioned by Dolby engineers. The range of post- production tools and workflows are designed to give content creators what they need to efficiently create both Dolby Vision, HDR and legacy SDR content.

Testronic says that Dolby Vision ensures that the look they create in the colour suite stays true when experienced across TV’s PC’s, tablets and mobile devices. It adds that it can now test that this stays true across all OTT platforms.

“Achieving Dolby Vision certification was a key strategic initiative for us in 2019,” noted Testronic’s president, film and television Jason Gish (pictured).

“In addition to achieving this status, our global testing teams will also benefit from ongoing training and support from Dolby to ensure our QC service remain unparalleled in this market. Our prestigious clients around the globe expect the best from Testronic and to add the accolade of Dolby Vision certification enables us to give the additional assurance that projects tested at any of our facilities will meet or exceed the exacting standards demanded by content owners and distribution networks alike.”