October 2005
Millimeter;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p57
Trade Publication
The article features DR Group's DR-Color turnkey solution based upon Silicon Color's Final touch color correction software for digital video. DR-Color is bundled with an eCinema System's DCM23 reference-grade monitor and Tangent Devices' CP-200 control panel. According to the company, DR-Color works with 2K DPX and Cineon files in realtime, while manipulating primaries, secondaries, effects, and geometries.


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