Dolby Vision® and Dolby Atmos® allow the viewer to experience content closer to human perception. So what could be better than natural history documentary in these technologies? Hear directly from industry peers as they talk about their learning curves and the benefits of applying Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos sound technologies to their storytelling.

“That’s the thing about Netflix. (…) People expect to see a semi-cinematic experience. So that’s what we made, allowing things to play longer with fewer words over the top. It's night, it’s atmospheric, there’s natural tension and interest, and Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos let us realise that near-cinematic experience.” Bill Markham, Plimsoll’s series producer for Night on Earth

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Interview "Night on Earth"

Natural history television tells stories of a world without technology, using the most advanced technology available. We talked to Bill Markham, Plimsoll’s series producer for Night on Earth, and director of the series finale episode ‘Dusk Till Dawn’, and Chris Domaille, dubbing mixer at post-production house Films@59.

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