Kuntz, Preston; Bank, Karma
May 2004
Millimeter;May2004, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p70
Trade Publication
Reports on film postproduction company Karma Bank's purchase of Nucoda Film Master, a resolution-dependent, computer-based film finishing solution. Ability of the system to let users grade and perform multi-format mastering directly from two kilobytes 10-bit log data; Emphasis on storing information separately to closed framestores; Cost savings.


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