COMING SOON

The American Society of Cinematographers Motion Imaging Technology Council has completed production on a new version of the Standard Evaluation Material II (StEM2), which will be provided free of cost to the motion picture industry to stress and evaluate exhibition systems and image processing software.

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The Mission is a 17-minute short film, carefully crafted by ASC cinematographers and associate members, image scientists, colorists, manufacturers and technologists to provide a cinematic and diverse piece of media that may be freely used to test theatrical projection, theatrical emissive displays, professional monitors, consumer monitors and post production image processing software and hardware.

Test CTA

Created by the ASC’s Motion Imaging Technology Council (MITC), under the leadership of the Next Generation Cinema Display Committee, the StEM2 material will be available in a multitude of delivery formats to be downloaded and utilized to test visual systems.