04.11.2008 02:49 PM
Technicolor Creative Services acquires DVNR 2K image processing

Los Angeles-based Technicolor Creative Services has purchased four Digital Vision DVNR 2K image processing systems for use in HD DVD compression and authoring work.

The systems, equipped with AGR4 ME and ALS options, enable Technicolor to manage film grain and video noise and correct for the artifacting that often occurs when encoding images for high-resolution formats, such as Blu-ray Disc.

The DVNR 2K systems are installed in Technicolor’s Burbank, CA, DVD facility. They’re being used to preprocess images for new titles that Technicolor’s clients release in HD and to enhance images in existing titles for rerelease in higher-resolution formats.

For more information, visit www.digitalvision.se.


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