LONDON – At NAB 2015, Digital Vision will present the latest versions of its range of color grading, restoration and image enhancement systems.
The latest version of the Nucoda color grading suite includes support for Dolby Vision, extended HDR grading tools as well as PQ (SMPTE2084) support and expanded GPU processing. It also offers XML support for Adobe Premiere and FCP.
Demonstrations of Phoenix restoration software will include DVO Flicker which reduces local and global flicker for film restoration or use on high-speed camera material and DVO Regrain RGB. It also features a new batch rendering functionality.
Digital Vision has added new tools to its Thor accelerated image processor. In addition to Thor Sharpen, Thor Zoom has been added and is designed for super-fast, high-quality upscaling from HD to UHD and 4K resolutions.
Fast becoming the world’s most popular archive scanner, Digital Vision has sold seven Golden Eye 4 film scanners in only three months, demonstrating that companies are prepared to pay a premium for quality scanners in the archive market. Golden Eye 4’s unique Universal Optics allow users to scan from 8mm to 70mm without changing optics, and it also features a custom enhanced diffused lighting system.
The redesigned Loki system gives users access to the most refined and feature-rich image processing technology. Options include world-class frame rate conversion, up-scaling and advanced image processing for file based workflows. It provides an environment that is automated, scalable, flexible and will seamlessly fit into existing workflows for broadcast, film restoration and post production. Loki can take advantage of Thor for high speed up- scaling, noise & grain removal, and sharpening.
Digital Vision has also recently become an Apple ProRes licensee, giving users of Nucoda, Phoenix and Loki the ability to export Apple ProRes.