DFT Digital Film Technology Archive Solutions
Film archives are of great historical importance and require long-term preservation for future generations. Whether you are considering long-term film archival of the original content and / or digitization of archival material for easier access DFT Digital Film Technology offers a complete and affordable hardware and software combination for archive facilities to secure the protection of film assets. These archive solutions are already in place all around the world:SCANITY Helps FINAS Advance Malaysian Film Heritage
Even though archived film often has a number of concerns including; shrinkage, bending, warping, buckling, weak or bad splices, damaged or missing perforations, notched or broken edges, faded colors, scratches and dirt, and film grain, it is imperative to protect the original. SCANITY Archive does just that – protect the original film. It meets the challenges of this film material with several features:
- Badly Damaged Film
- Sensitive & Fragile Film
- Unparalleled Efficiency and Versatility for Digitization of Archive Films
- Dirt and Scratches on Film
FLEXXITY Archive perfectly integrates with SCANITY or accesses content from local or network storage. Image processing functions allow users to perform primary and secondary color correction, 1D and 3D LUTs, cropping and scaling, dust busting functions such as dirt and scratch removal and retouching as well as perfect synchronization with audio. Users can perform basic editing functions such as dragging and dropping clips, sequence changes, and edit cuts.
There is a large demand for new media – digital cinema, DVD, blue-ray, television broadcast, web and mobile. Archiving and restoring the films preserves them for generations to come and delivers new media that can be accessed by a large variety of users – museums, schools, government, and the public at large. FLEXXITY Archive takes the DPX and audio wave files and transcodes them into media, file or video formats that are easily accessible for exporting, publishing, sharing and general access.
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