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Digital Ordnance announces new version of Frame Thrower to debut at NAB(April 15, 2007)
DMN Newswire--2007-4-15-- Digital Ordnance will be previewing the next version of the companys highly successful Frame Thrower in the Ciprico Booth in the South Lower hall (SL 9628). Frame Thrower is a network attached 2K playback system designed to integrate smoothly into a facilitys DI or visual effects production work flow. Users employ a web browser at their desktop to load content on to the Frame Thrower, which saves time and increases productivity. Frame Thrower supports Windows, Mac, and Unix file servers with its built in Gigabit Ethernet, or can be configured with higher speed interfaces, such as fiber channel, Infiniband, or 10 Gigabit Ethernet for maximum performance to servers or a SAN.
Company CEO & Founder Daryll Strauss comments, ?Were really happy to be included in the Ciprico booth as a technology application partner and were also pleased to be providing a Frame Thrower system to Christie Digital who have chosen to use it as a playback system for their booth, matching Frame Thrower's high quality output with Christie's excellent projectors.For Digital Ordnance, NAB will be the debut for some of the new powerful Frame Thrower features that will be included in the release later this quarter. Some of the features in the new release include, reading JPEG2000 images, mask overlays, zoom rectangles, A/B clip comparisons (window, split screen or wipe), dynamic play list editing, MPEG proxies and automatic slate generation. Everything weve included is a result of customer feedback weve received so Im absolutely certain that both our present and future customers will be happy with what they see
Strauss continued, ?Typically our clients use Frame Thrower in three major areas; Review and approval for visual effects and animation, client presentations, and screening of digital dailies. Frame Thrower has many features available during playback to enhance these processes, such as viewing individual color channels, vari-speed, pan, zoom, color correction and more. Our rationale while working on the next software version was to enhance the Frame Thrower by allowing it to be even more flexible, while retaining our core focus on providing a reliable uncompressed 2k play back system that's very easy to use.
The next version of Frame Thrower is set to ship within this quarter. For more information or to book an appointment to see Digital Ordnance at NAB please contact Vince Jakimzak + 1 310 733 3001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Digital Ordnance
Founded early in the 21st Century by renowned software developer Daryll Strauss, Redondo Beach, CA-based Digital Ordnance is a leading provider of proprietary digital production technology solutions for the film and digital cinema communities. Digital Ordnance manufactures premium quality uncompressed products that are extraordinarily easy to use, and are fully conversant with the very specific needs of today's motion picture, post production and visual effects clients. Strauss, an industry recognized visual effects software and systems architect with over 15 years experience of providing state-of-the-art solutions to the film community has made significant contributions to a number of feature films released over the past ten years including: "Titanic," "What Dreams May Come" and "Apollo 13." He has been a major force in the development of Linux since its inception and is credited with its acceptance as a Hollywood staple. Digital Ordnance can be found on the web at www.digitalordnance.com
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