Tag Archives: FilmLight

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NAB 2014 Video: Dolby

Dolby's Roland Vlaicu and FilmLight's Peter Postma talk about the new Dolby Vision process.


Codex Enters Crash-Cam Market with New, 3D-Ready Action Cam

File-based production workflow specialist Codex Digital is getting into acquisition with the new Codex Action Cam, a compact cinema camera designed for use as a crash cam or witness camera on set. It has 14-bit image processing on board and … more »


Useful Tools for Editors: Baselight for Avid is Ready

It was in back in April, at NAB, that FilmLight was showing their Baselight for Avid plug-in, part of the ever-growing Baselight Editions family of products. Baselight for Avid is a color-grading tool for Avid Symphony and Avid Media Composer … more »


On the Eve of NAB, Post Announcements Are in Full Swing

Monday begins another big National Association of Broadcasters convention (at least that’s the day the show floor opens and gearheads are in heaven) and it looks like it’s going to be a big show. Yes, we all say that every … more »

FilmLight to Show New FLIP Look-Management System at NAB

As usual, FilmLight has high-end workflow on its NAB agenda, launching the new look-management system FLIP and previewing a data-management platform for post called FLUX. The company is also expanding its line of products grounded in the Baselight color-grading system … more »

FilmLight Debuts Lower Cost Baselight

At NAB 2010, FilmLight—which  manufactures film scanning, color grading and color management systems—came to Vegas with the glow of having just won four Sci-Tech Awards from AMPAS (the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences). Displaying its wares at the Renaissance … more »

Sony Opens Colorworks DI Facility

On November 17, Sony Pictures Entertainment held a gala party to celebrate the opening of Colorworks, a digital intermediate (DI) facility boasting real-time 4K grading and an end-to-end 4K pipeline. Located on Stage 6 of its lot in Culver City, … more »

Welcome to my world…

If you read Studio Daily, Studio Monthly and/or Film & Video, you have probably read some of the articles I’ve written for those publications over the years. And now I’m blogging, which will allow me to throw out the choicest … more »