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Colorfront wins 2012 Emmy Award for On-Set Dailies

16 October 2012
Colorfront wins 2012 Emmy Award for On-Set Dailies

Colorfront has been awarded a 2012 Primetime Engineering Emmy from the Academy Of Television Arts And Sciences for Colorfront On-Set Dailies, the on-set dailies system for motion picture and TV production. According to the Academy, Colorfront On-Set Dailies has "allowed high-end episodic television shows, that switched to digital file-based workflows, to process and deliver multiple hours of footage each day, so that dailies requirements could remain unchanged, and deliver colour-graded, sound-sync images with burn-ins in multiple file formats for editorial, production review, DVD’s, viewing copies etc." On-Set Dailies integrates production-proven tools for dailies work with state-of-the-art colour and image science, and provides simultaneous faster-than-realtime deliverables in all common file formats. The forthcoming release of On-Set Dailies delivers high frame-rate (HFR) 4K capabilities. This includes 4K output at 60FPS from all of the major RAW formats, with de-mosaicing and processing on-the-fly. With this new release, TV and motion picture producers can move beyond HD monitoring and review, and work with 3K, 4K and 5K RAW material in post-ready 4K quality. “We express the greatest thanks to the Academy for this prestigious award,” said Aron Jaszberenyi, managing director of Colorfront. “We’ve achieved this success by maintaining a technology leadership position, having the highest performance and being first to market with features to support efficient file-based workflow. But the industry never stands still, and the next release of On-Set Dailies directly addresses the latest demand for high frame-rate (HFR) 4K capabilities.” 64th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards will be presented on Wednesday, 24 October, at a ceremony at the Loews Hollywood Hotel, Los

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