DI As Workflow

Goldman, Michael
November 2004
Millimeter;Nov2004, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p53
Trade Publication
Interviews several film experts regarding the growth of digital intermediate (DI) process. Advances and improvements in the area of DI; Comment on the 4k data path; Requirement in terms of pipeline and workflow for facilities in the transition into 4k data.


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