02.26.2004 12:00 PM
DVS enhances Clipster editing system with real-time color correction

DVS will show an enhanced version of its multi-resolution editing system Clipster with real-time primary color correction at NAB2004.

DVS will also replace the HDStation product line with a new digital disk recorder (DDR) that features a newly designed user interface running under Windows. OEM, partners of DVS, are offering a high-performance PCI-X video I/O board for uncompressed SD, HD and 2K.

DVS has also added an open plug-in interface to Clipster to enable flexible integration into different workflows. Using this interface HS-ART has developed film restoration tools for Clipster. In addition, Clipster supports compositing with Adobe After Effects, discreet combustion and eyeon Digital Fusion.

For more information, visit booth SL 4713 or go to www.dvs.de.

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