Digital Intermedia

movies and television

A decade ago, many in the film business would agree that a “digital intermediate” was the process that took place somewhere between the capturing of images on film and the delivery of those final, processed images for theatrical exhibition. Film would be scanned, files would be sent to editorial and VFX departments, and once post production was complete, material would be conformed and output to film once again. The “intermediate” stage was not only for editing and effects, but a place where color correction could be applied digitally too.

 
 

Digital Color Grading

2 Baselight Suites, with Barco 2K
Projector DaVinci Resolve

Online & Finishing System

Autodesk Flame | Autodesk Smoke

Motion Picture Scan

Cintel | Ditto 4k Scanner | 2K & 4K Data Scanning System