Cine-tal Products to be Showcased at Inter BEE in Japan Company's Display, Image Processing and Color Management Solutions Featured in a DI Workflow

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INDIANAPOLIS-Cine-tal Systems' Cinemage display, image processing and color management solutions will be showcased at the 44th International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition (Inter BEE 2008), held November 19-21 in Ciba City, Japan. Cine-tal products will be featured as part of a demonstration of an end-to-end digital intermediate workflow conducted by Imagica Digix, Cine-tal's distributor and Authorized Service Center for Asia. The demonstration will take place in the Imagica booth, 8302, in Hall 8. "We will be demonstrating the latest technology for shooting, visual effects production, color grading and other processes under the theme, 'NEW Creative DI,'" said Imagica Digix Marketing Director Rika Kojima. "The demonstration will span the entire DI process." Cine-tal products featured in the demonstration will include the Cinemage display, Davio and eL1000 image processors, and Cine-tal's cineSpace color management system.

Asia is becoming an increasingly important market for Cine-tal as producers throughout the region seek to replace outdated display and image processing technologies, and embrace digital workflows. "The Far East has been a leader in computer generated graphics as well as high end production and post production," said Glen Green, Cine-tal Vice President of Sales. "The necessity for facilities to have confidence in their ability to create precise color is paramount. Cine-tal has the tools and solutions to assure accurate color management for the market today. We will continue to grow our presence in the market and address the problems that companies face on a daily basis." One of the largest broadcast industry trade events in Asia, Inter BEE showcases the latest innovations in broadcast technologies from manufacturers worldwide. Inter BEE highlights the newest industry developments and provides exhibitors and visitors alike with an ideal venue for the exchange of invaluable technical information and the creation of new business opportunities. About Imagica Digix Tokyo-based Imagica Digix is a leading reseller of technologies used in broadcast, post production, animation, game production, and corporate media. In addition to Cine-tal, Imagica Digix represents products made by Avid, Autodesk, DVS, Digital Vision and other leading manufactures. About Cine-tal Cine-tal Systems develops display, collaboration and image processing solutions for digital cinema and video production and post production. Cine-tal is a privately held company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information, call (317) 576-0091 or visit




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