03.29.2007 12:00 AM
Digital Vision to Unveil Expanded Compliance
At NAB2007, Digital Vision will break out upgrades to its digital media applications including new compliance and collaboration capabilities for its image restoration, data conforming, and color grading systems.

All of Digital Vision's products now support DCI (Digital Cinema Initiative) specifications. The latest version of the DVNR image processing workstation supports 2048x1080 at 23.98 Hz, 24 Hz and 25 Hz. The Nucoda Film Master DI color grading system provides 12-bit-per-component monitoring from the timeline and XYZ colorspace export to the DCI TIFF file format.

The Stockholm-based company is also advancing tapeless mastering for broadcast programming, collaborating with Avid Technology to build support for Avid DNxHD decoding/encoding into the Film Master DI color grading system. As a first step, Digital Vision has obtained permission from Avid to redistribute an Avid DNxHD codec (the first company to do so under Avid's new Avid DNxHD codec licensing program). This codec will be integrated into the Film Master system to directly access Avid DNxHD encoded media.

Digital Vision will also introduce Version 3.5 of the Film Master system. The newest version includes a range of features, performance improvements and workflow enhancements.

Also demonstrated at NAB will be Digital Vision Optics tools, which perform a wide range of restoration and re-mastering tasks. DVO Dust now enables users to individually correct auto-detected defects. DVO Fix now provides flexible area selection of larger and more complex defects associated with degraded film, such as blotches, staining and physical damage.

Digital Vision will be in booth SL3205.

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