07.19.2007 01:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Resolve 4.2 to be previewed at IBC2007

At IBC2007, da Vinci will highlight the Resolve hardware/software platform and the numerous applications that reside on it, such as Splice virtual telecine technology, Resolve Conform and Resolve DnD dirt and dust tools.

At the demonstration stations, Resolve will be accessing material on a Bright Systems' BrightDrive shareable media store solution. By joining systems like these, post facilities of any size can achieve more efficient workflows with the reliability of a complete turnkey digital intermediate (DI) package.

At IBC2007, da Vinci will be offering previews of the new Resolve 4.2 system. New features include Resolve TLC, which offers colorists full telecine and advanced machine control, and an audio ingest capability for total synchronization in the DI workflow. Additional file format support for Quicktime, .TIF and TARGA are also included on Resolve v4.2.

Other Resolve features to be demonstrated include a new 2K node providing da Vinci 2K functionality, including six-vector corrections, custom curves, ripple and support for external mattes to isolate regions or colors quickly for selective processing.

See da Vinci Systems at IBC2007 in stand 7.330, or visit www.davsys.com.

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