Stockholm, Sweden – Digital Vision, the premier supplier of picture enhancement systems for film and television post-production, announces today at NAB its latest technology developments including a new product called Digital Vision Dailies. Significant investment in R&D has also enabled Digital Vision to add On-Set capabilities to the Film Master colour enhancement system and Spirit Telecine Control for all of its products.
Digital Vision Dailies is a new, future-proofed platform that provides a complete workflow solution encompassing all facets of the dailies process, increasing throughput and providing more flexibility to productions than ever before, whether shot on film, video or data. Multiple workstations can work together to streamline workflow, allowing all logging, ingest, syncing and output to be handled through a simultaneously accessible common database. Integration with popular telecine’s such as DFT Spirit and Cintel C-Reality is also included with the Dailies product and available as an option on all of Digital Visions other software products. Audio can be synced in on the timeline or via metadata and shots then output to Qucktime H264 & Pro Res, MXF Avid DNxHD, DVD, Bluray, HD and SD video.
”Digital Vision Dailies empowers a non-linear dailies environment and offers unparalleled flexibility to meet client’s needs for a wide variety of deliverables,” comments Digital Vision President, Simon Cuff. ”No other dailies solution offers the versatility, speed and flexibility of Digital Vision Dailies, which can be bundled with DVO Enhance to further improve picture quality at lower bitrates.”
Meanwhile, Digital Vision will be adding On-Set capabilities to the Film Master system bringing the power of the world’s best D.I solution onto the shoot itself. Designed to be used standalone or combined with Dailies, it allows productions to track colour decisions made during the shoot. Material can be monitored though 3D Luts and users can create and apply different looks to the footage in realtime, storing grading notes in either ASC CDL format or, for more advanced multi-layered effects, Digital Vision’s own Note format. The On-Set module can integrate with field recorders such as the Codex system and provide realtime monitoring of the look directly off the camera feed.
Additionally Digital Vision has joined the ARRIRAW partner program to allow realtime debayer of D21 signals along with the colour correction.
”Whether you are shooting digital film on location, working on VFX at full uncompressed resolution, offline editing sound and pictures, or simply checking shots on a laptop, Digital Vision gives you what you need in the form you need it, when you need it – set-wide or worldwide,” concludes Cuff.
About Digital Vision
Digital Vision provides innovative image restoration, enhancement, colour correction and data conforming systems that major movie studios, television networks and post-production facilities use to master and deliver feature films, TV programs and commercials. The company’s Nucoda product line provides a strong suite of products for tapeless and non linear grading for HD broadcast and 2k/4k digital intermediate productions. The company’s award-winning products are a standard of the media and entertainment industry and are deployed at top facilities and broadcasters around the world.
Digital Vision AB was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with three wholly owned subsidiaries, Digital Vision (US) in Los Angeles, California; Digital Vision UK in London, England; and Digital Vision in Hong Kong, China. The company maintains its global presence through a network of qualified distributors. Digital Vision is listed on the Stockholm stock exchange. For further information, go to www.digitalvision.se.