NAB 2015: Die Academy gibt ACES als weltweiten digitalen Produktions- und Archivierungsstandard frei

Stand C9132: Farbmanagement und Bild-Interchange-System für die Produktion, das Mastering und die langfristige Archivierung von Filmen

Stand C9132: Farbmanagement und Bild-Interchange-System für die Produktion, das Mastering und die langfristige Archivierung von Filmen

The Öffnet externen Link in neuem FensterAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the launch of the Öffnet externen Link in neuem FensterAcademy Color Encoding System (ACES), a free, open, device-independent color management and image interchange system that offers a critically needed global industry standard for motion picture and television production.

From image capture through editing, VFX, mastering, public presentation, archiving and future remastering, ACES enables a consistent color experience that preserves the filmmaker’s creative vision. It addresses and solves a number of significant production, post-production and archiving problems that have arisen with the increasing variety of digital cameras and formats in use, along with the surge in the number of productions that rely on worldwide collaboration using shared digital image files.

The Academy is simultaneously launching the ACES Logo Program to encourage consistent, high-quality implementations of ACES concepts and technical specifications throughout the industry.  Initially focused on production and post-production equipment such as cameras, color correctors, displays and visual effects and animation software, the Logo Program is the first step toward enabling facilities and productions to take full advantage of ACES benefits.  There are 22 leading companies already in the Logo Program: Arri, Assimilate, Autodesk, Canon U.S.A., Codex, Colorfront, Deluxe Media Creative Services, Digital Vision, Dolby Laboratories, FilmLight, FotoKem, The Foundry, Fujifilm North America, Light Illusion, MTI Film, Panasonic, Pomfort, Quantel, Red Digital Cinema, SGO, Shotgun Digital and Sony Electronics.

As part of the ACES launch, the Academy will be exhibiting at the 2015 NAB Show in booth C9132. The Academy also will make two ACES presentations: the first as part of the Technology Summit on Cinema, and the second in conjunction with NAB’s Creative Master Series.  Science and Technology Council Managing Director Andy Maltz will make the Summit presentation “The Academy Color Encoding System (ACES): A Digital Production Infrastructure Standard”, covering the science, engineering and practical application of ACES, on Saturday, April 11, at 4:15 p.m. The panel session “Coming to You Live: ACES 1.0”, with top industry professionals discussing how ACES helped them successfully manage complex cinematography, visual effects and color correction issues on a variety of motion picture and television projects, will take place on Tuesday, April 14, at 3 p.m.