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ARRI Film & TV Purchases Three Nucoda Film Master Systems

Digital Vision has announced at the National Association of Broadcasters Conference that ARRI Film & TV Services, the post-production services division of ARRI Group, has purchased three Nucoda Film Master systems with DVO image processing software.
The company selected the Film Master systems to extend its services portfolio to include HD and 2k mastering and image enhancement for its film and television clients in Germany and Switzerland.
Digital Vision’s Nucoda Film Master is a resolution-independent, end-to-end grading and finishing system for feature films, commercials, long-form television, and restoration projects. Digital Vision Optics (DVO) is a collection of resolution-independent image processing tools used to manage film grain and video noise, automatically remove dust and dirt and improve picture quality. ARRI will install the new systems on SANs in its Munich, Berlin, and Bern facilities in the coming weeks, to enable concurrent post-production tasks and increase efficiency.
Henning Radlein, Head of ARRI Film & TV Services, said: "When we decided to make the transition to multiformat mastering we knew we wanted a nonlinear software solution that would handle both HD and film. The Film Master is a comprehensive, very high-quality finishing system that gives us all of the capabilities we need for conforming and grading, as well as noise and grain reduction. We are also impressed by Digital Vision’s engagement on the development side. They’re very interested in pushing the envelope and working with us to understand what we need."
Digital Vision President and COO, Simon Cuff, said: "Given ARRI’s well-known attention to detail and insistence on quality, the fact that they’ve selected Film Master for multi-format mastering is a real testimony to the system. Having paint, grain and aperture correction integrated within the grading toolset is what makes the difference to the creatives. We’re extremely pleased to work with them."

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