08.14.2003 12:00 PM
The Post Bangkok looks to da Vinci for beauty treatment


The real-time, multiple-standard, multiple-resolution 2K Plus installed at The Post Bangkok features the optional Power Tiers, Defocus, and Palette toolsets, along with 12 qualifier windows.

The Post Bangkok, one of Thailand’s post-production houses, has installed a new 2K Plus color enhancement system from da Vinci Systems.

The Post Bangkok will use the system to finish commercial spots for clients, including Procter & Gamble, Nivea and Ponds. The Post Bangkok is using da Vinci’s 2K Plus to enhance a wide variety of beauty product advertisements which often require advanced toolsets to achieve a unique balance of crisp detail and soft edges.

To obtain more precise color adjustment tools, The Post Bangkok shifted from a da Vinci Renaissance 8:8:8 to the 2K Plus, an extension of da Vinci’s 2K product. The real-time, multiple-standard, multiple-resolution 2K Plus installed at The Post Bangkok features the optional Power Tiers, Defocus, and Palette toolsets, along with 12 qualifier windows.

For more information visit www.davsys.com.

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