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Visit da Vinci (Booth SL713) to see the Resolve FX, Resolve DI, and Resolve RT systems. Resolve FX is an entry-level solution for file-based, nonlinear color enhancement and conforming work; Resolve DI is for digital intermediate projects calling for a substantial volume of color-look creation and conforming; and Resolve RT is the top-of-the-line system, with real-time image processing in film, digital
Not five minutes into 16 Blocks, Bruce Willis's burned-out cop is already picking through a dead man's refrigerator and making himself at home on the poor guy's couch. It's already clear that he's not exactly the best representative of New York's finest
Misperceptions about the HDCAM SR DI abound. First of all, don't call it an "RGB" DI. RGB refers to an uncompressed color space, as opposed to videotape's compressed YUV color space. Yes, HDCAM SR 4:4:4 offers RGB color space - but so does a 2K DI.
Tape-to-tape color correction is heating up, and guess what? It's not just an option for video-originated projects; it's being used more frequently for film-acquired projects. More specifically, the HDCAM SR DI is becoming a true competitor to the standard 2K Digital Intermediate. We'll take a look this month at who's doing HDCAM SR DIs and how they really stack up to their 2K cousins.
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPEE) and Thought Equity, home to the world's largest entertainment motion content library, today jointly launched the Sony Pictures Collection, a distinctive library of film footage that includes scenes shot during the production of SPE's box-office hits and cinematic masterpieces.