beta sight

Glasman, Adam; Shoul, Asa
August 2005
Millimeter;Aug2005, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p45
Trade Publication
Reports on the Baselight system from FilmLight, a software-based grading system for film and video that can be combined with dedicated hardware to support realtime grading. Capability for handling multiple formats; Opportunity for realtime grading without the need to cache or render.


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