[Tig] RTI scanner

Dan Tatut dtatut at marquise-tech.com
Mon Jul 15 16:41:20 BST 2013


The IMAGER XE (ex-Imagica AFAIK) scans to DPX (2K and 4K). I do remember 
that it could scan 10bit and 16bit as well. Any modern color corrector 
will play nicely with these DPX files


On 7/15/2013 4:52 PM, Tom Rovak wrote:
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> If it scans to DPX, you can use any kind of color corrector. The question really would be how extensive your color correction and restoration will be. If you use DaVinci Resolve for color in conjunction with DaVinci Revival for restoration, that would cover absolutely everything you need.
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> Hello:
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> What is the typical workflow for restoration of archival films using an IMAGER XE?
> What kind of Color Corrector is to be used?
> Thanks:
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