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DELUXE TORONTO BUYS PC-BASED TELECINE

September 11, 2006
DELUXE TORONTO BUYS PC-BASED TELECINE

Bill Varley, VP of engineering at Deluxe|Postproduction says, "In a color correction suite, the transfer ratio of film-to-tape is always being monitored to find greater efficiencies. Deluxe|Postproduction already transfers more film dailies than any other company in Toronto. Utilizing the MTI Control Dailies Technology, we will be able to transfer large amounts of film in a more efficient manner, therefore fulfilling our most demanding client's needs."

Canadian reseller Lor-tech Systems Group facilitated the sale.

MTI was at the IBC show with a new product called Convey. The companion application to Control Dailies provides file-based deliverables from media ingested by the Control Dailies system. Convey is designed to provide multiple format file deliveries. Initially Convey will facilitate automated, fully authored DVD deliveries. Future file formats will include MXF, DNxHD, Windows Media 9, and AVI.

MTI also showed Control Dailies 2K at IBC in Amsterdam. The newly developed version provides for generation and resizing of DPX 2K files to HD and SD, and will feature Control Color, a fully integrated primary color corrector with built-in still store.


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