This note is about 4K / Ultra HD content. Perhaps you can help guide me the right direction. I need an introduction to manufacturers of 4K / Ultra HD monitors/TVs.
Why? My start up video production studio has produced 50 hours of atypically decorative, photorealistic 4K / Ultra HD programming.
Very likely, manufacturers of 4K / Ultra HD monitors/TVs, would be interested in demonstrating my atypically decorative, photorealistic motion graphics video programs.
The display appearance of my 4K/Ultra HD decorative movies is graphically superior to movies recorded with movie cameras.
Why? The graphic Ultra HD appeal of the style of movies I make, derives from the different way the movies are created.
1) The photorealistic decorative digital data animated in my programs is digitally recorded on an unusual, extremely high resolution flat bed scanner.
2) The scanner records single, gigabyte dimension scale, still image frames as pure, uncompressed 16 bit data files.
3) Using animation software, the pure scan data is animated into 60 FPS uncompressed master video files, LARGE digital files.
4) Manufacturers of 4K / Ultra HD monitors/TVs require sublime quality content.
(My studios’ style of movies is atypical. The movies are produced digitally using motion graphics software to animate high resolution digital scans of photorealistic chromolithograph images. Animated into video, zooming from a macro scale to magnified close-up scale, invisible details materialize as abstract decorative imagery, especially appealing at 4K / Ultra HD resolution.)https://vimeo.com/52892170
is a freely downloadable, 3840x2160p MP4, 12 Mbit/s, 182 Mb video clip. It’s a new, narrower bit rate compression than two other, earlier 4K video clips, also available for download. The earlier two art print animation video demos are 4K, at 50 Mbit/s(four times the bit rate of this demo clip); one of the earlier 4K clips depicts an 1825 British printed image of Crocus flowers, and the other 50 Mbit/s clip, is a scan animation detail of an Arab design decorating a 16th C. Qur’an(Koran) Islamic religious manuscript, scanned from an image printed around 1870 in France.
Would you take a look, at least at https://vimeo.com/52892170
for me, on a 4K display? If you think it is justified, for the quality, would you help me find a manufacturer of 4K / Ultra HD monitors/TVs to agree to demo my content, no charge, complimentary, at CES, 2013, in January?