June 6, 2014
By Josephine Tay
London, UK – Digital Vision will bring its latest post-production, restoration and archive tools to BroadcastAsia 2014, providing the launch in the Asia Pacific region of the Bifrost Archive Bridge that provides streamlined archive workflow tools. Digital Vision will also demonstrate the latest 2014 versions of the Nucoda colour grading suite, now with Tangent Element support and including DVO Classic image processing tools, and the Phoenix range of film and video restoration tools. Also on show will be Loki automation software, which gives access to the Digital Vision range of image processing tools and allows for automated, web managed and unattended processing of any volume of file based material.
The Bifrost Archive Bridge, also launched at NAB 2014, provides streamlined archive workflow tools, enabling archive owners to preserve and restore their precious film assets. Suitable for archives of any size, it comprises various workflow components that can be utilised either as a complete end-to-end solution or integrated into existing infrastructures depending on individual requirements.