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Cine-tal Hosts Los Angeles Open House

Cine-tal has generated a great deal of interest in its Davio Image Processor since it was introduced at NAB 2008. Well Davio is finally here and shipping. Davio features a programmable architecture that allows users to change how Davio works by simply changing a flash card. Common processing applications for Davio include 3D LUT, stereo LUT, and monitor calibration tools.

Speaking of calibration, that’s where CineSpace comes in. CineSpace gives you the software tools for profiling video displays and creating 1D and 3D calibration LUTs for use in Davio, 3rd party software applications, or other 3D LUT processors. You can also combine calibration LUTs with a desired target look in mind, such as a particular film stock.

Of course you need a high quality display to see all of this great processing. We are pleased to be showing the Cinemáge Monitor with an all new panel and version 3 software. The new panel features an increased viewing angle and a wider color gamut. Version 3 software features support for 2K sized images and XYZ color.

The event will take place at two venues:

·         Tuesday, October 14 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City. Hours are from 12:30-7:30pm.

·         Thursday, October 16 at the Fairmont Hotel in Santa Monica. Hours are from 11:00-7:30pm.

Please RSVP via email to mark@mprosystems.net and you will receive precise details of each event including location and room numbers.

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