Tweak Software announced support for AJA Video‘s KONA 3G, T-TAP and Io XT, and NVIDIA‘s GPUDirect for Video in RV-SDI, the company’s playback, review and image manipulation software for screening rooms and theaters. RV-SDI’s capabilities for playback, review and collaboration include support for hundreds of media formats, all standard SDI output resolutions, completely GPU-based image processing, advanced color management and support for Windows, Mac and Linux. When combined with an AJA KONA 3G and an NVIDIA Quad to GPU, RV-SDI enables 4K video output along with a range of digital cinema and video formats.
RV-SDI’s universal media engine can mix multiple media types on a single timeline including different file formats, resolutions, bit depths and color spaces. RV-SDI delivers the benefits of a floating point, linear color workflow with GPU-accelerated support for CDL, LUTs and shaders, and the ability to build custom color pipelines. The new release of RV-SDI supports DCI 4K, UHD 4K, DCI 2K, HD, and more formats. It supports stereo dual stream playback, and interactivity that is demanded by studios, VFX facilities, networks and postproduction houses for color critical review and approval.
RV-SDI takes advantage of NVIDIAs GPU Direct for Video enabling low-latency video output from our GPUs for immediate viewing, a range of resolutions on any SDI display, according to Andrew Page, product manager, professional video, NVIDIA.
”RV-SDI has become a trusted solution for review and approval in the pressure cooker environment of high end VFX and animation production. We are pushing the limits of AJA SDI hardware and NVIDIAs Quadro cards to combine SDI output of 4K, 10 bit stereo, and more with RV-SDIs real-time color, collaboration and review features,” said Seth Rosenthal, president, Tweak Software.