Dolby TrueHD

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Bit Harvest (January 2007-Late 2010s?)

Visuals: The camera moves across a holed matrix, where several blue beams strike through the holes. Then the camera pans over and see everything is illuminated by beams, which form the Dolby logo with "TRUEHD" below, the logo instantly becomes black and white. "HIGH DEFINITION SOUND" in a spaced-out Bank Gothic font also appears below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Beaming sounds; a synth jingle plays at the end. says Christopher Scarabosio and Matthew Wood were supervising sound editors/re-recording mixers on this trailer and/or Dolby 7.1 demo pieces.

Availability: Appeared on HD-DVD and currently on some Blu-rays, especially on Dolby demo discs, like The Sound of High Definition.

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