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Blackmagic Design Announces New Audio and KeyKode Reader for Cintel Film Scanners Posted: 21/07/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced the new Cintel Audio and KeyKode Reader accessory for its Cintel Film Scanner, which lets customers scan audio and KeyKode information along with images from the scanner, all in realtime. The new audio and KeyKode reader accessory is available for $3,495 from Blackmagic Design resellers worldwide.
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RUNNING TV Installs Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner and DaVinci Resolve Studio Posted: 28/06/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced that audiovisual production and distribution company RUNNING TV has implemented the Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner as part of a workflow that has seen it digitize more than 100 archived Italian films spanning the 1920s through to the 1950s.
Tags: RUNNING TV | Blackmagic Design | Cintel | Film Scanner | DaVinci Resolve | Film Restoration | Digitization
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Austrian Film Archive Adds Realtime Film Scanning Capabilities with Cintel Posted: 22/09/2016

Blackmagic Design has today announced that the Austrian Film Archive, located in Vienna, has expanded its abilities to scan high resolution 4K masters and digital ready cinema packages with the installation of a Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner.

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Film Factory Installs Cintel Film Scanner For Dailies and Film Scanning Workflows Posted: 22/09/2016

Blackmagic Design has announced that Paris post production company Film Factory, which has been working in professional film development and processing for more than 20 years, is now using the Blackmagic Design Cintel Film Scanner for both its dailies and final film scanning workflows. 

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Tokyos Mainichi Productions Installs Cintel Film Scanner Posted: 06/06/2016

Blackmagic Design announced today that Tokyo based film production house Mainichi Productions has installed Cintel Film Scanner. 

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Cinema Arts Uses Blackmagic Cintel Film Scanner to Restore Mexican Film Classics Posted: 10/03/2016
Blackmagic Design today announced the Cintel Film Scanner was used by Cinema Arts, a subsidiary of the Vasallo Vision Group, to restore more than 20 Mexican film classics for distribution on Spanish-speaking channels Cine Nostalgia and Cine Estelar.
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DFT LAUNCHES NEW WETGATE TECHNOLOGY FOR ITS LATEST SCANITY HDR SCANNER Posted: 11/03/2015

DFT, the leading provider of high-end film scanning solutions that preserve, manage, and deliver the pristine quality that film deserves, will announce the launch of a state-of-the-art Wetgate technology for its latest Scanity HDR film scanner at NAB 2015. The new Wetgate system will be demonstrated for the first time using safe fluid.

Tags: Archive | restoration | film scanner | wetgate | NAB 2015 | NAB 2015
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National Broadcaster, RTV Slovenia, installs DFTs Scanity Posted: 13/02/2015

Slovenia's national public broadcasting organisation, Radio-Television Slovenia, has recently installed a high-end film scanner from DFT.

As a public broadcasting service, RTV is responsible not only for the creation and broadcasting of national TV and radio programmes, but their archiving as well.

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SLOVAK FILM INSTITUTE INSTALLS DFTS STATE-OF-ART- SCANITY FILM SCANNER Posted: 25/06/2014

The Slovak Film Institute (Slovensk filmov stav, SF) has installed DFTs state-of-the-art film scanner, Scanity, for film preservation and archive at its facility in Bratislava, Slovak Republic.

Founded in 1963, SF is the national film institute, responsible for the collection, preservation and protection of the Slovak audiovisual heritage. The SF film archive houses around 80,000 film reels, which include all films made in Slovakia. Regarded as a significant part of national cultural heritage, these films are considered to be national property, protected by the state, and entrusted to SF for archiving and administration.

Tags: Film scanner | 2K | 4K | archive | restoration
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DFT unveils state-of-the-art Scanity HDR film scanner Posted: 28/03/2014

DFT, the leading provider of high-end film scanning solutions that preserve, manage, and deliver the pristine quality that film deserves, has announced the global launch of its state-of-the-art Scanity HDR film scanner at NAB 2014. Scanity HDR provides a solution for content owners who require a scanner thats able to handle a range of problematic and historically-aged film issues. It facilitates the ingest of difficult dense black and white materials at real-time speeds using DFTs new proprietary, patented triple-exposure technology.

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DFT Introduces New SCANITY Features at NAB 2012 Posted: 05/04/2012
DFT Digital Film Technology, provider of high-end film and digital post production solutions that preserve, manage, and deliver your pictures, announces at set of enhanced features for the SCANITY 4K/2K film scanner, which make it an even stronger scanning solution for the archive film market. The new features will be demonstrated at NAB 2012, booth C11145.
Tags: SCANITY | Archive & Restoration | film Scanners | DFT | Digital film Technology | NAB 2012 | NAB 2012
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IMAGE SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES FIRST GOLDEN EYE FILM SCANNER SALE FOLLOWING ACQUISITION Posted: 27/05/2011
Image Systems, formerly known as Digital Vision, has today announced that Watchmaker Films, a next-generation motion picture restoration and distribution company based in London’s Soho, has placed an order for a Golden Eye film scanner. This is a landmark sale as it’s the first scanner installation since the acquisition of Image Systems by Digital Vision was finalised last month.
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Cintel showcases worlds fastest image restoration tool ORIGIN at NAB 2011 and a faster version of the diTTo evolution 2K 4K film scanner Posted: 18/03/2011
Cintel International  will use the NAB exhibition to show the first working version of the new ORIGIN data image restoration tool on Stand SL1716.

imageMill2 ORIGIN is the world’s fastest data image restoration tool, processing 2K and HD DPX files faster than real time. ORIGIN can fix dust, scratches and other image defects faster than any other system and can run simultaneously with GRACE, the noise and film grain management tool and STEADY, the real time image stabilisation application.
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DIGITAL VISION AND ARRI ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR DIGITAL DAILIES Posted: 23/04/2010
Digital Vision has today announced a partnership with ARRI, the world's largest manufacturer and distributor of motion picture camera, Digital Intermediate (DI) and lighting equipment. Unveiled today at NAB the agreement between the two companies will see the launch of a jointly developed state-of the-art digital dailies product tailored to the ARRISCAN digital film scanner.
 
The new system, which will revolutionise the digital dailies process, incorporates the features and benefits of Digital Vision's DI workflow such as
QC, grading, audio and metadata management, combined with the best of
ARRI's colour and image science. The new software is scheduled for release in Q3 2010.
 
Simon Cuff, Digital Vision's COO says, "We are delighted to announce this partnership with ARRI at NAB today, which will provide studios and facilities with a digital dailies process that improves today's DI workflows. The Nucoda philosophy has been adopted by studios and facilities worldwide and the combination of Nucoda and ARRISCAN is a first class proposition for the industry."
 
Stephan Schenk, ARRI's General Manager of the Business Unit Camera & DI Systems adds, "More than one hundred ARRISCANs are currently in use worldwide for feature film scanning as well as in a wide range of commercials, film restoration and in digital dailies applications. Constant evolution since its introduction in 2004 has made the ARRISCAN the future proof investment in film digitising and this latest technological development with Digital Vision's
 
Nucoda technology will redefine the digital dailies process. Digital Vision has an excellent reputation and we look forward to announcing the first sales later in the year."
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