INDIANAPOLIS, February 13, 2012 – Cine-tal Systems, a developer of collaboration, monitoring and image processing solutions, announces the release of DAVIO 2.0. The latest evolution of the product will debut this week in the THX and SpectraCal Exhibits at the Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat. The award winning DAVIO Video Processor provides solutions for workflow color management, monitor or projector calibration, 3D stereoscopic processing and the generation of graticules and markers.
“DAVIO is the leading system for calibration of OLED, Plasma and LCD monitors” Said Robert Carroll V.P. sales and Marketing for Cine-tal. “Version 2.0 extends the color management / calibration functionality and provides a cross platform management tool to manage all DAVIO systems on the network from a remote location.”
Major features of DAVIO 2.0 include two independent 3G-HDSDI Channels. Each channel has a full color management system comprised of input and output 1D LUTs, input and output colorspace converters, input and output gamma control, and a 64 point 3D LUT. DAVIO 2.0 also includes a DVI-D / HDMI channel comprised of input and output 1D LUTs, input and output colorspace converters, input and output gamma control. The HDMI/DVI-D channel can also be routed through a 3D LUT.
Part of DAVIO 2.0 is the new DAVIO Control software. This cross platform application (Linux, OSX and Windows 7), provides management of all the DAVIOs on your network. All DAVIO operations can be controlled including changing the DAVIO software packages, loading LUTs, controlling colorspace parameters and entering ASC CDL data. DAVIO works with LUTs generated by the leading color management software applications including:
- cineSpace from THX
- CalMan Studio from SpectraCal
- LightSpace from Light Illusion
- TrueLight from FilmLight
Cine-tal Systems develops display, collaboration and image processing solutions for digital cinema and video production and post production. Cine-tal is a privately held company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information, call (317) 489-0787 or visit www.cine-tal.com.