07.25.2007 12:00 AM
da Vinci Systems to Spotlight Product Integration
The Resolve 4K DI Digital Mastering Suite is a hardware/software platform that supports such applications as the Splice virtual telecine technology, Resolve Conform and Resolve DnD dirt and dust tools. The Resolve demo at IBC2007 will access material on a Bright Systems’ BrightDrive shareable media storage solution.

At IBC, da Vinci also will preview the new Resolve 4.2 system that features Resolve TLC telecine and advanced machine control along with audio ingest for total synchronization in the DI workflow. File format supports also include Quicktime, TIF and Targa. Resolve 4.2 further offers 2K-node functionality with six-vector corrections, custom curves, ripple, and support for external mattes for selective processing.

The Revival 5.0 image restoration system boasts high-speed processing hardware and software. At the stand, Revival will be interfaced with an Arri scanner to demonstrate its built-in dirt detection matte. Also shown will be new tools for sampling, adding and reducing grain, plus support for Kodak’s Digital Ice technology.

The da Vinci 2K Plus supports resolutions of 2048x1080 and 10-bit RGB at the 23.98-sF and 24-sF standards used DI environments. Added features shown at IBC are new 10-bit and 12-bit support for DCI projection and importing ASC Color Decision Lists.

Da Vinci will be in Stand 7.330.

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