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KODAK'S DIGITAL ICE SOFTWARE IMPROVES FILM SCANNING

February 2, 2007
KODAK'S DIGITAL ICE SOFTWARE IMPROVES FILM SCANNING

"This upgrade enables facilities to create pristine digital picture files faster and more efficiently," explains Kim Snyder, GM, worldwide origination products, and VP for Kodak's entertainment imaging division. "It will speed up and enhance the workflow for digital intermediate, visual effects, film restoration and other applications."

The Version 2.0 release incorporates an option for providing untouched image data along with the output defect matte generated by the software. The untouched information feature can be more efficient for facilities that have invested in other dust- busting workflow technologies.

Tri-level output defect matte and dirt/scratch utilities are also included in Version 2.0, offering a first level in-scanner correction option for less significant defects.

The new release will be available to current licensed scanner partners for integration during the first quarter of 2007.

 


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