02.12.2007 08:00 AM
Digital Vision to unveil mastering support for Avid DNxHD

At NAB2007 (booth #SL3205) Digital Vision, a provider of digital media applications for professional video, will showcase new compliance and collaboration capabilities for its image restoration, data conforming and color grading systems.

This includes support for the Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) specifications. The latest version of the company's DVNR image processing workstation supports 2048 x 1080 at 23.98Hz, 24Hz and 25Hz. The Nucoda Film Master DI color-grading system provides 12-bit per component monitoring from the timeline and XYZ color space export to the DCI TIFF file format.

For the broadcast market, where tapeless mastering has become critical for streamlining workflows, Digital Vision is collaborating with Avid Technology to support Avid's DNxHD decoding/encoding into the Digital Vision Film Master DI color grading system. As a first step, Digital Vision will redistribute an Avid DNxHD codec with its Film Master system to directly access Avid DNxHD encoded media.

Digital Vision is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with two wholly owned subsidiaries, Digital Vision US in Los Angeles and Digital Vision UK in London.

For more information, visit www.digitalvision.se.

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