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Digital Vision Partners with MTI Film, Unveils New Image Processing Tools


Digital Vision announced a technology partnership with MTI Film that will include the integration of MTI’s Cortex::Control Dailies with the Digital Vision’s Nucoda grading platform. In addition, Digital Vision is unveiling exciting new developments for their Nucoda and Phoenix product lines during NAB.

Cortex::Control Dailies is part of MTI Film’s on-set/near-set and facility dailies system for playback, color, synchronization, metadata and transcoding. The integration of Cortex with Nucoda will support the setting of looks and exporting of stills with complete CDL and metadata for set-through-post coherency. It will also allow for complex data to be shared between Nucoda and Cortex, including CDL, LUT and Camera RAW settings. Integrated into Nucoda, Cortex will bring production color choices directly into the final color process.

“MTI has been our collaborator, customer, and technology partner for many years, and this integration is the result of an in-depth look at how we can better support our customers,” said Kelvin Bolah, president, Digital Vision. “Working closely with MTI, we know how good Cortex is, and this integration into Nucoda unleashes powerful color management and on-set capabilities. This means an accessible, ACES-compatible, color pipeline that serves our clients exceedingly well.”

“We have worked closely with the team at Digital Vision for many years, and they consistently bring an unparalleled sense of experimentation and ingenuity to the process, which is evident in their outstanding product line,” said Larry Chernoff, CEO and founder of MTI. “As Cortex becomes more integrated into the Nucoda toolset, we expect to see customers reap wide benefits.”

The Nucoda 2013 product line enhancements include expansion and refinement of the ACES workflow, as well as extension to the ASC CDL. Other products in demonstration at NAB include Thor, a soon-to-be-released dedicated hardware for advanced image processing; Phoenix restoration software, the latest release of which includes tools to fix Chromatic Aberration, a Color Component Align tool, and DVO De-Warp, a fully automatic system for repairing warped film and the Golden Eye archive scanner, which forms an element of the Vintage Cloud Archive workflow system.

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