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03.26.2008
Digital Vision to Unveil 4K Gear for Tapeless Workflows
Sweden-based Digital Vision will introduce new products and features for post-production facilities and broadcasters moving into the tapeless, digital environment at NAB.

Film Master provides 4K and real-time capabilities for high-end film finishing that includes 4K real-time color grading directly from open SAN storage, 4K real-time DVO grain processing on Digital Vision’s new render grid, and a full floating point pipeline for high dynamic range grading and image processing.

Digital Vision also will unveil a software-based, motion-compensated standards converter as a software option to Film Master and Nucoda HD or SD. The software will convert any broadcast standard to any other including generation of 23.98 psf from 59.94i as well as auto detection and removal of 3:2. All processing is motion compensated so the media created will be pristine, virtually artifact free and ready for digital distribution. A separate de-interlacer and upconverter is available as part of the module.

Stablise, RGB Align, and Vertical Scratch Removal are among the new tools to be shown for the DVO (Digital Vision Optics) software and options to the DVNR image processing system.

In addition to technology demonstrations, Digital Vision will feature case studies and presentations by top colourists, and host its annual User Group meeting on Monday at 5 p.m., which will be followed by an on-booth celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary.

Digital Vision will be at Booth SL3205.


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Tue, 03-06-2012 - 8:21AM Report Comment
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