Park Road Post Production selects DVS equipment – again


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New Zealand’s famous post production house Park Road has enjoyed working with DVS technology for several years. A second CLIPSTER® is now included in their DCI pipeline. Park Road is a renowned facility that has worked on numerous successful Hollywood productions including The Lord of the Rings trilogy, King Kong, and District 9. The post house is a purpose built feature film facility that provides a full suite of services to its clients including sound mixing and highly professional local processing of film material recorded in New Zealand. Park Road especially benefits from CLIPSTER’s new DCI capabilities: The DVS DI workstation generates 3D Digital Cinema Packages (DCPs) in real time and its sophisticated hardware helps accelerate DCI Mastering and 3D subtitling in 4K. Numerous stereoscopic real-time workflows like 3D colour correction or geometric adjustments, e.g. rotation, zoom and pan, enable Park Road to effortlessly handle 3D material. Thanks to the new 3D depth grading, it is now possible to fine-tune the depth of a 3D scene. Here, CLIPSTER® uses a very nuanced approach that enables the creation of perfect 3D for any screen size. Said Eric Augereau, DVS Regional Sales Director Asia Pacific: “Park Road is certainly one of our most important clients, not only in Asia Pacific, but worldwide. We are very pleased that the DVS equipment meets their DCI demands to the fullest possible extent and that the first successful installation was followed by a repeated commitment.” Ian Bidgood, Technical Director at Park Road: “We found that our first CLIPSTER® met all the requirements for DCP and video mastering, and with the ability to import practically any type of file and convert to DCP, CLIPSTER® makes for a fast and efficient workflow for our clients. The growing market for DCP and 3D DCP, along with increasing digital demands has led us to invest in an additional CLIPSTER®.”



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