Following the release of Red's software development kit (SDK) this month, users of Digital Vision's Film Master will now be able to grade native Redcode Raw files, improving the workflows of feature film, broadcast programmes and commercials shot on the Red One camera.
Digital Vision has integrated Redcode Raw decoding directly into all its software products so it can work natively with R3D files.
There is no import or transcode stage and users will have full access to the floating point 4k data at all times.
Key to the implementation is full support for Red metadata to provide a seamless transition from dailies to conform and final grading.
Digital Vision chief operating officer Simon Cuff said: “Digital Vision has always been committed to embracing the latest advances and with this announcement, we're again putting our customers ahead of the creative curve.
“We are offering an advanced workflow for Red, which has proven to be one of the most in-demand acquisition tools and one that will continue to be of great interest to the creative community.
“We have taken Red productions one step further and fine tuned our DVO tools to improve post production workflows even more. This integration helps us play a major role in the revolution.”
Digital Vision provides image restoration, enhancement, color correction and data conforming systems that for mastering and delivering feature films, TV programs and commercials.