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Creating the look for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo H ollywood post house Light Iron put its two Quantel Pablo color correction systems to the ultimate test in carrying out the 4K DI for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Dragon Tattoo is among the largest 4K movies ever delivered: at 2 hours and 38 minutes, the final DI consists of almost 250,000 frames of 45 megabytes each. Light Iron’s Pablos proved more than equal to the task, helping to produce an ‘elegantly cinematic’* result. Dragon Tattoo is 4K plus and the Pablo was challenged to perform outside of its comfort zone. It did so without a problem.” 19 Pixel Power Channel Masters F ollowing the successful launch of its integrated playout solution ChannelMaster  at IBC 2011, Pixel Power, the innovative supplier of broadcast playout solutions with integrated graphics, has announced that SBS Broadcasting Networks is leading the way with the purchase of 19 ChannelMaster systems. This is the second recent major Pixel Power order from SBS for deployment across its Scandinavian channels. The ChannelMaster units will be controlled by 19 channels of Pixel Powers Gallium automation technology that will integrate with the broadcasters existing file- based playout infrastructure - MediaGenix scheduling, Aveco Astra automation and a Front Porch Diva archive. The system has been designed and specified to run completely automatically during normal operation, providing the ability to take the 19 channels to air without the need for additional staff - creating a highly-cost effective integrated playout solution. The ChannelMasters will initially be used for regional commercial playout with this installation dovetailing with the recently announced graphics workflow project, also being supplied by Pixel Power. Two identical chains main and back-up of nine units are being installed, each unit supporting two SD channels. A nineteenth unit has been specified for a test chain. 14 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE HHBs International Sales Manager Matthew Fletcher with HHB’s line of Recording Media products HHB appoints Burlington Audio H HB Communications has announced the appointment of Burlington Audio as the new distributor of its Recording Media products in the U.S., Latin America, South America and the Caribbean, effective 1st January, 2012. HHB Canada, who has distributed HHBs products in Canada since 1997, will continue to do so in that territory.