12.20.2004 08:00 AM
Stanley Productions goes HD with Snell & Wilcox Alchemist Platinum Ph.C

Stanley Productions will use Snell and Wilcox’s Alchemist Platinum to perform signal conversions from high-definition to digital Betacam and DVcam, among other formats.
With the purchase of a Snell & Wilcox Alchemist Platinum Ph.C, London’s Stanley Productions has added standards conversion to the range of services and products it offers clients.

The production company is using the motion-compensated standards converter to provide high-end standards-conversion services, including all formats of SD and HD. HD conversions are done exclusively using the Alchemist Platinum.

The company will use Alchemist Platinum to perform signal conversions from high-definition to digital Betacam and DVcam, and where a frame-rate change is required.

To date, Stanley has used the Alchemist Platinum for HD standards-conversion projects in markets including high-end feature films, episodic television and concert videos. The converter is specified with options to enhance its capabilities with multiple types of material, such as Clean Cut 2 to eliminate smearing across scene changes plus P-Film and video to film to handle film and mixed media.

For more information, visit www.snellwilcox.com.

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