IBC 2014: FilmLight has launched near-set colour grading tool Daylight at IBC.
The London-based company described Daylight as a “compact yet powerful grading decision tool to help DoPs and directors establish looks and visualise what they have shot, on set or on location”.
“We’ve gathered some great feedback from our existing customers during the Daylight beta programme,” said FilmLight lead developer Martin Tlaskal.
“The version we’re showing at IBC has more sophisticated functionality to help our customers handle their end-to-end dailies workflow quickly and effectively.”
New features include AJA SDI output, shot filtering and sorting, HTML report generation, Red GPU decoding, media consolidation tools and multi-format deliverables.
It will be available to purchase during the first quarter of 2015.
FilmLight also demonstrated Baselight for Nuke, which is the latest product in the Baselight Editions range.
Also on show is Baselight 4.4, the latest version of FilmLight’s grading and finishing system, which now includes Apple-certified ProRes with support for ProRes 4444 XQ codec.
Hall 7 Stand F31