Daylight is a powerful platform for managing daily shots and high-performance transcoding. It is designed as a decision tool compact yet powerful classification to help DOPS and directors to set eyes and visualize what they have filmed on the set or on location and meet all requirements of sophisticated products in one application.
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course, grades may be limited to values CDL or exported as 3D LUT workflows for standard cross – platform, but it is not necessary for the lowest common denominator is limited. All outlets can have a sophisticated style of Baselight, and authoring application by using the same classification compact interface familiar to users of Baselight Editions for Avid, FCP and NUKE.
Daylight is available for purchase or quarterly rent, and the option of separate license allows the license to move from machine to machine using a simple web authentication scheme.
The software will run on any Mac OS X system with 10.9 or higher. Using the same philosophy as Baselight Editions, Daylight use any graphics card installed without the need for special variants compatible with CUDA.
Extensive support for metadata
Daylight provides a complete end to end management of metadata. The system reads all data headers can your camera and audio files and displays relevant metadata fields in Sequence Explorer and Vista Shooting and may also choose to display information about the scene thumbnails and galleries.
The extensive manipulation of metadata Daylight leads directly to a sophisticated report generator that includes custom columns, thumbnails and accurate cover pages. This means you can produce a consistent and professional at the end of each workday report.
What’s New in FilmLight Daylight 5.2.11535
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