DIGITAL VISION UNVEILS POWERFUL NUCODA 2009 UPGRADES

Date: 26/10/2009
Stereoscopic, Colour Grading Tools, Intuitive Tracker Set System in Orbit

Digital Vision, a global leader in the development of high quality picture enhancement and colour grading systems, has unveiled a new ground breaking software development milestone for its 2009 Nucoda Platform. The powerful upgrades include features that significantly simplify the creative process, add new powerful toolset, and address the industrys increasing use of stereoscopic content. The new features are available now, with even further development expected by the end of the year.

Digital Visions industry-leading image scientists undertook the development process for features based upon Digital Visions extensive, ongoing dialogue with customers, users, and content creators. The new release addresses a deeply researched wish list from the professional community.

Nucoda 2009 upgrades specifically include:

Stereoscopic Toolset and Versatile Monitoring Option

With increased demand for stereoscopic content on the rise, the 2009 release provides clients with a toolset that includes end-to-end project management, playback and monitoring for stereo projects. Supported by industry partners that include NVIDIA and Centaurus, Nucoda 2009 colour grading tools enable time saving grading and synchronous workflow for Left Eye/Right Eye footage with impeccable management of every 3D acquisition format.

New Automatic Tracker

Formulated and designed for intuitive use by colourists, the new automatic tracker includes automatic tracking of shapes and layers, full tactile control from the control panel, and full rotational, scaling and predictive tracking. With this new functionality the colourist can create shapes and automatically have them animated smoothly through scenes and layers, which presents significant time savings. New Colour Grading Toolset

Combined with Digital Visions powerful colour grading and enhancement toolsets, the ASC CDL tools (available everywhere in the processing pipeline), floating point processing, native support of the Open EXR file enable virtually limitless high dynamic range grading and greater colour precision. Additional tools in 2009 also include a new channel mixer, layer input saturation and a gang grouping/grading tool to synchronize colour correction decisions across scenes and layers.

New DVO Image Enhancement tools

The award winning DVO image processing software is further enhanced with the addition of two new tools:

¢ DVO Flicker restores material and deals with issues based in brightness fluctuations that arise from a variety of sources, automatically producing a flicker-free viewing experience.

¢ DVO Upscale is a conversion tool that optimizes upscaling, including conversions from SD to HD, using algorithms that maintain edge quality.

Enhanced Editorial Toolset

With an already market leading editorial toolset, the 2009 release enhances the editing of timeline segments, the moving of clips, plus new cut & paste functionality. The precision of edits are simply managed with additional bookmark features, new scene edit tools, plus the flexibility of BL/AUX conform and increased interoperability with the major professional editing systems.

Other features of 2009 are:

¢ Enhanced colour dynamics

¢ Group grading

¢ Open EXR grading

¢ Export media enhancements

¢ Automatic backup

¢ Field dominance correction

¢ Advanced keyframe editor

¢ Enhancements to cache and proxy clean up

Bruno Munger, Product Manager at Digital Vision said of the new software release, Digital Vision has been deeply ingrained in the image and colour pipeline for over 20 years. The Nucoda platform, developed with users and colourists in mind, has evolved to the point of being an industry standard. We heard our customers, and took their needs back to our colour scientists and R&D team. The 2009 Nucoda release answers their wishes and sets the stage for future needs.



Tags: digital vision | nucoda | grading | orbit | stereoscopic
Submitted by TV-Bay

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