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Today's Topics:

   1. Unappealing image quality? (Gary Welch)
   2. Digital Vision announces real-time HD RGB Image Processing (=?iso-8859-1?Q?Torbj=F6rn_Dyrvold?=)
   3. Wanted: HD Telecine and Color Corrector (David L. Tosh)

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Message: 1
From: Gary Welch <gwelch at cintel.co.uk>
To: "'tig-announce at tig.colorist.org'" <tig-announce at tig.colorist.org>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 14:20:56 +0100
Subject: [Tig-announce] Unappealing image quality?

	Rob,

	I haven't sent this message to the main TIG as it may be considered
'blatant Marketing' by some, although it does not mention the product by
name. However, it is meant to be purely informative! Please place on the
main TIG pages if you see fit.

	It is very good to see the debate regarding film grain and the
various approaches to it's reduction that is currently ongoing on the TIG.
So far there has been mention of temporal systems working in realtime and
spatial programs that are non realtime.

	I would like to remind everyone there is a system which is both
realtime and processes individual frames separately.

	This system was launched at NAB 2003 as an integral part of the DSX
film scanner. However at NAB 2004 this technology will be demonstrated as a
stand alone system capable of SD, HD and Data.

	Obviously I cannot spell out the exact architecture of the grain
reduction techniques but suffice to say that the algorithms are
'intelligent'. Intelligent in that they are able to recognise the very
'nature' of the Film grain, enabling It to recover the finer detail
contained within the grain structure, without softening the image.

	Regards

	Gary Welch
	Cintel Product Manager




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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 08:12:05 +0200
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Torbj=F6rn_Dyrvold?= <Torbjorn.Dyrvold at digitalvision.se>
To: <tig-announce at tig.colorist.org>
Subject: [Tig-announce] Digital Vision announces real-time HD RGB Image Processing

Digital Vision announces real-time HD RGB Image Processing

Stockholm, April 14, 2004 - Digital Vision AB announces support of the =
HD RGB 444 format for their DVNR HD Image Processing Workstation. The =
new product will be launched during the third quarter of 2004.

"During some time, we have had requests from all over the world for HD =
RGB image processing" says Harry Vesanen, CEO of Digital Vision. =
"Manufacturers of video recording equipment are currently adapting this =
new format. As a response to the market requirements, we have now =
decided to support this emerging format"

The DVNR HD is a real-time image processing workstation that can be =
equipped with processing options from a toolbox consisting of Grain & =
Noise Reduction, Dirt & Scratch Concealment, Colour Correction and more.

For more information, please contact:
Harry Vesanen, E-mail: harry.vesanen at digitalvision.se, Phone: +46-8-546 =
182 00, Fax: +46-8-546 182 09
Digital Vision AB (publ.), Solna Strandv 98, SE-171 54  Solna, Sweden
Web site: www.digitalvision.se


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Message: 3
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 19:45:01 -0700
To: Tig-announce at tig.colorist.org
From: "David L. Tosh" <dlt at earthlink.net>
Subject: [Tig-announce] Wanted: HD Telecine and Color Corrector

I have been asked to locate a HD telecine and a daVinci 2K to go with 
it. The telecine can be either a Spirit of a C-Reality.

I am serving as the in-between with no monetary interest in the 
transaction. I will forward the contact information to the 
organization that requested my help.

As with any commercial transaction aided by the TIG, some 
contribution to the TIG will occur if the contact is successful (even 
if I have to kick in myself ;-)

Please send a note to me at "David Tosh" <dlt at earthlink.net> or call 
(818) 259-6402 (my cell phone.)
-- 

David Tosh
<dlt at earthlink.net>



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