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FilmLight to Demonstrate New Color Control Systems at NAB


FilmLight's new Slate control surface.
FilmLight’s new Slate control surface.
At NAB 2013, FilmLight will launch its new Baselight ONE grading system – a diskless, 4U tower system with the full Baselight creative toolset, and a 2TB solid-state internal cache, as well as Slate – a new compact grading control panel that retains the features and ergonomics of the Blackboard 2 panel, but in a smaller form factor and at a lower price point.

In addition, the company will introduce FLUX Store – a new approach to storing and managing the huge amounts of content generated by today’s digital workflows. Capable of streaming 2K and 4K content into Baselight systems over dual-link 10 gigabit ethernet, it includes user-expandable storage up to 80TB.

The company’s Baselight Editions integrate the Baselight grading toolset into Avid, Final Cut Pro 7 and NUKE systems. At NAB the company will preview its upcoming Baselight for Avid Windows. Baselight Editions use the same OpenEXR-based BLG (Baselight Grade) files as all systems in the FilmLight range, so grading decisions can be passed between on set, near set and the grading suite simply and transparently.

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