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Bluefish444 adds cross-platform support for RED Camera file-based workflows to the Epoch and Create ranges (26/4/2010)
Bluefish444, a leader in 2K and HD video cards for feature film and broadcast television, today announced it will make significant software upgrades to its support for Final Cut Studio, Adobe Creative Suite and Symmetry software by offering desktop and SDI/DVI/HDMI preview and mastering of RED Camera R3D files, which will be available Q2, 2010.
Bluefish444 will extend its supported workflows for Final Cut Studio, Adobe Creative Suite and Symmetry by including presets for the playback of R3D files offering a cross platform solution using either the Epoch or Create video card range.
For offline workflows using either Adobe Creative Suite or Final Cut Studio, Bluefish444 will provide a preset to enable low resolution R3D files to be real-time hardware up/cross converted, using the Bluefish444 scaling technology, for full screen preview as either 2K/HD.
For online workflows using either Adobe Creative Suite or Final Cut Studio, Bluefish444 will provide a preset to enable R3D 2K files to be previewed as 2K/HD using the 12 bit internal processing power of Epoch or Create.
For mastering R3D files, Bluefish444 will provide options for 422 or 444 VTR mastering using either Symmetry for Windows or Final Cut Pro for Mac OS X.
"The advent of the RED Camera and its file based transfer workflow has permanently altered the digital film making process over the last few years", stated Craige Mott, Managing Director. "Bluefish444 has been well established in digital intermediate 444 I/O's workflows since 2003. We will extend our digital intermediate workflow solutions through software upgrades to the industry's leading digital content creation tools, to include uncompressed 2K/HD preview and mastering for RED Camera workflows."
Bluefish444 will make a series of free driver software upgrades to Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Studio and Symmetry throughout Q2 2010 to enable Epoch and Create support for RED Camera digital intermediate workflows.
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