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IMERSA Accepting Submissions for 2015 Sizzle Reel

Image courtesy of Sky-Skan

Denver, CO, USA — IMERSA would like to invite you to send your favorite short fulldome excerpts, each from 30 seconds to 1 minute long (dome originals with optional synchronized audio – see specs below), for possible inclusion in our IMERSA Sizzle Reel 2015, to be presented at the IMERSA Summit in February 2015.

The IMERSA Board will review the submissions and choose the clips that we feel best illustrate the power of immersive media. We will cut these highlight clips together into an exciting fulldome montage that we will distribute for free to theaters around the world.

The 2014 premier of the Sizzle Reel, proved to be one of the most popular and memorable moments the IMERSA Summit. This reel is now regularly presented at conferences and fulldome demonstrations showcasing the uniqueness of our fulldome medium.

IMERSASizzle2014.360 from IMERSA on Vimeo.

If you would like the opportunity for about 3 to 20 seconds of some of your favorite clips to be included in the 2015 Sizzle Reel, please fill out and sign our entry form and submit it to [email protected]

All show files must be delivered by January 15, 2015.

Delivery Specifications:

Physical Media:
USB 2.0/3.0 Hard Drive or Flash Drive, FAT 32 or NTFS format

Dome Originals:
• 4096 x 4096* frame sequence at 30 frames per second, JPEG, TGA, or PNG format
• *(Preferred resolution. Minimum accepted resolution: 2200 x 2200 dome originals; maximum accepted resolution 8192 x 8192 dome originals)
• 24 frame per second content will be accepted, but will be sped up to 30 fps in the final master sequence. No 60 fps content, please.
• Please specify frame rate.
• Filenames should follow this format: Filename_#####.extension starting on frame 00000.

Audio Files:
• 5.1 or Stereo mix files delivered as separated mono WAV files, 16 or 24 bit, 48 kHz
• All audio files must be synchronized to the first frame of picture for each dome original sequence.
• Audio frame rate must match picture frame rate.

www.imersa.org

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