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Encyclopedia > EFilm

EFilm is wholly owned by Deluxe Laboratories.


Located in Hollywood, California, EFilm is the world-wide leader in the Digital Intermediate process and other digital motion picture technologies.


EFilm has completed more Digital Intermediates than any other facility in the world and uses proprietary processes to grade and transfer digital images to motion picture film.


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eFilm Workstation is also a software program from merge-efilm (http://www.merge-efilm.com/)


External links:

  • EFilm website (http://www.efilm.com)

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EFILM's DI Directions (2663 words)
EFILM has four color-timing suites (with additional rooms planned); each is equipped with a Silicon Graphics Onyx2 supercomputer-based color-timing system running proprietary software developed in collaboration with ColorFront, original developers of the Discreet lustre system.
EFILM is in the midst of converting all of its projectors from 1K to 2K models manufactured by either Barco or Christie.
EFILM's DI capabilities not only are expanding the palette of "looks" directors and DPs can apply to their films, they're also changing the very workflow of the motion-picture postproduction process itself.
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