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iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine  Filmlight seminar
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iDiff 2008 conference #02 IP-Racine Filmlight seminar

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IP-Racine presentation of Filmlight workflow

IP-Racine presentation of Filmlight workflow

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  • 1. New Workflows in Digital Cinema and Post Production IDIFF 30/1 - 1/2 2008, Paris David Stroud FilmLight FilmLight Ltd
  • 2. HISTORY FILM - 100+ YEARS • Static process • Until 2000 VIDEO - 60+ YEARS • Rapid technological advances 2 major changes: • Analogue to digital • Non-linear
  • 3. TRENDS Video Digital changes • Acquisition and Storage • Transmission • Consumption Film • Manual until 2000 • Visual effects and first D.I. • Digital manipulation and storage • Acquisition • Delivery/Consumption
  • 4. CONVERGENCE Film and Video appear to be converging: • Acquisition • Editorial • Special Effects • Grading • Delivery Data-centric workflows are evolving Images and sequences treated as: • Digital image data • Metadata essence
  • 5. CHANGING WORKFLOW • Manufacturers can’t specify how users will work • No one single workflow • Fragmentation of processes • Increased speed, quality and complexity - with reduced cost Workflow equation COST QUALITY/PERFORMANCE
  • 6. MODERN ISSUES Image Data • Resolution, Bit depth, Format, Frame rate, Colourspace, Encoding, Encryption Metadata • Format, Interpretation, maintenance, addition, interchange Data Handling • Speed, transport mechanism Data Management • Changes, Versioning, Metadata, Archival Cost/Performance • Balancing the equation
  • 7. SYSTEMS APPROACH Moore’s Law doesn’t hold System limitations: • Processing power • Disk I/O speed • Disk capacity • Data integrity • Graphics visualisation
  • 8. FILMLIGHT SOLUTION Baselight
  • 9. RESULT • Scalable hw and sw solution • Instant response • Distributed I/O, processing and visualisation • Industry standard components • Upgradeable
  • 10. EVOLVING ISSUES Interoperability: • Inter-machine connectivity/network • Proprietary filesystem • Video ingest/playout • Physical interoperability • Standards for data interchange
  • 11. ENHANCED SOLUTIONS • I/O / SAN Node • Virtual Filesystem • 10GigaBit Ethernet Fabric
  • 12. INTERCHANGE STANDARDS Using standards for data description and exchange: Filesystems • XFS, NFS, ADIC CXFS Image Formats • Sequence - DPX, Tiff, Targa, Jpeg, YUV, RGB etc • Stream - QuickTime, MXF etc. Metadata • CDL, CMX3600, AAF, XML, Timecode, Keycode etc. Colour • Standard colour spaces - YUV, RGB, LAB, DCI XYZ
  • 13. OEM INTEGRATION SANS • DVS SAN • DVS Spycer • Avid Unity Editorial • Avid editors • Apple Final Cut Pro Commercials • Grass Valley Spirit Telecine Visualisation • Truelight calibration of output devices • Barco DLP projectors • Sony SXRD 4K projectors
  • 14. AVID - BASELIGHT Editorial Workflow AAF Sequence MXF Images
  • 15. SPIRIT - BASELIGHT Commercials workflow HD SDI Video Control
  • 16. TRUELIGHT Truelight Colour Management
  • 17. SUMMARY FilmLight’s Baselight architecture: • Modern • Scalable • Distributed • Data-centric • Standard Compliant • Adaptable • Upgradable
  • 18. FINALLY Thanks to:

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