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Digital Vision Unveils Vintage Cloud Asset

A digitisation solution that will enable archive owners to preserve their film assets using a highly cost-effective end-to-end workflow, has been unveiled by Digital Vision.
This includes all elements of the film digitisation process from scan through to delivery and is based on the firm's years of experience in film restoration, archive and file-based workflows.
Vintage Cloud aims to answers help content owners housing infinite hours of valuable material stored in film archives.
Digital Vision understands that the specialist knowledge of film researchers and archivists doesn't always extend to digital file-based workflows, Vintage Cloud answers this problem by providing an easy to understand and universally beneficial solution. The Vintage Cloud workflow enables content stored on film to be explored, catalogued, scanned, reconstructed, digitally archived and monetised.
Vintage Cloud combines trusted traditional film handling techniques and tools with newly developed intelligent scanning, motion compensated image processing and a highly sophisticated automated metadata based workflow and cataloguing. It also includes an extensive logging and reporting infrastructure developed by Digital Vision, which allows progress to be monitored and analysed.
Leveraging its understanding and experience of imaging and data management, Digital Vision is in a unique position to provide the tools to integrate with existing media management systems.
Kelvin Bolah, Managing Director, Digital Vision says: "We are delighted to introduce Vintage Cloud. It’s the only solution that provides a complete integrated workflow to digitise a film library in the fastest time, at the highest quality and at the lowest cost to the archive owner. To the user it couldn’t be any easier to put into action and monitor the progress of the library from film to file."
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