Lasergraphics at IBC 2010-Stand S.F01

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Lasergraphics at IBC 2010-Stand S.F01

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At its IBC stand S.F01, Lasergraphics will feature important enhancements to its Director 35mm/16mm film scanner, including:

  • Optical pin registration option
  • Sprocketless film transport option
  • HD Apple QuickTime ProRes Dailies at up to 15 frames/second

Lasergraphics will also demonstrate a fully-functioning file-based Digital Intermediate and restoration workflow with superior quality and speed at a small fraction of the cost of competing systems.  The demonstration will include:

  • Lasergraphics Director film scanner: 2K/4K, fast shuttling, optical pin registration, stereo optical soundtrack reader, and Kodak Digital ICE dirt/scratch removal technology
  • Direct scanning over network to DaVinci Revival film restoration workstation
  • Direct scanning over network to Mac workstation in Quicktime ProRes format
  • Lasergraphics Producer 4 film recorder for 35mm film-out

For more than 27 years, Lasergraphics has been at the forefront of film imaging system technology.  The explosive growth in storage and computing power enables file-based post-production workflows to vastly outperform conventional methods.  The Lasergraphics Director scanner was designed from the ground-up to fit seamlessly into this new paradigm, resulting in better quality and throughput while simultaneously slashing costs.
Lasergraphics has teamed with leading finishing system providers DaVinci Black Magic, Assimilate, Apple, Quantel, Digital Vision, and others to eliminate the risk and complexity of integrating multi-vendor components and the need for scanning/recording technical gurus.
Come see the future in action at the Lasergraphics IBC stand S.F01.  Please ask us about our new financing programs which make it much easier to own a Lasergraphics scanner and/or film recorder.At its IBC stand S.F01, Lasergraphics will feature important enhancements to its Director 35mm/16mm film scanner, including:

  • Optical pin registration option
  • Sprocketless film transport option
  • HD Apple QuickTime ProRes Dailies at up to 15 frames/second

Lasergraphics will also demonstrate a fully-functioning file-based Digital Intermediate and restoration workflow with superior quality and speed at a small fraction of the cost of competing systems.  The demonstration will include:

  • Lasergraphics Director film scanner: 2K/4K, fast shuttling, optical pin registration, stereo optical soundtrack reader, and Kodak Digital ICE dirt/scratch removal technology
  • Direct scanning over network to DaVinci Revival film restoration workstation
  • Direct scanning over network to Mac workstation in Quicktime ProRes format
  • Lasergraphics Producer 4 film recorder for 35mm film-out

For more than 27 years, Lasergraphics has been at the forefront of film imaging system technology.  The explosive growth in storage and computing power enables file-based post-production workflows to vastly outperform conventional methods.  The Lasergraphics Director scanner was designed from the ground-up to fit seamlessly into this new paradigm, resulting in better quality and throughput while simultaneously slashing costs.
Lasergraphics has teamed with leading finishing system providers DaVinci Black Magic, Assimilate, Apple, Quantel, Digital Vision, and others to eliminate the risk and complexity of integrating multi-vendor components and the need for scanning/recording technical gurus.
Come see the future in action at the Lasergraphics IBC stand S.F01.  Please ask us about our new financing programs which make it much easier to own a Lasergraphics scanner and/or film recorder.

 

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