Secure, calibrated, full latitude grading in 2K on the new iPad.
Seamlessly integrated with Colorfront On-Set Dailies, On-Set Color is an iPad grading app that supports communication of cinematographic intent between DoP and the dailies colorist.
Having access to the full latitude 2K 10bit logarithmic DPX images on the new iPad, with the calibration applied on the device allows for a proper grading pipeline to be implemented on the iPad.
See the workflow video.
OSCQuickStartGuide.pdf [845 KB]
Images are watermarked and encrypted and can be synced through secure FTP. Color grading is compatible with On-Set Dailies and can be sent back along with any text notes to the dailies facility and applied for the transfer.
On-Set Color works both on iPad 2 and the original iPad and is available for all On-Set Dailies users immediately.
Advantages of Colorfront On-Set Color
- Full integration with On-Set Dailies
- Works with 2K uncompressed 10 bit log DPX files
- Full latitude high dynamic source material
- 3DLUT calibration applied on the iPad
- Automatic sync stills and color grading metadata from OSD
- Secure FTP transfer, 128-bit AES encrypted images and watermarking for security
- View original, colorist or new grade
- Send back CDL or primary grade settings to OSD
- Multi-Touch UI, gestural interface
- Aspect ratio overlay and blanking
- Brightness, contrast, color balance, saturation control
- Color grade shadow, midtones and highlights separately
- Review and share notes and comments
For additional security details on the iPad in general, please review:
iPad in Business Security Overview
On-Set Color™ and On-Set Dailies™ are trademarks of Colorfront.
Filmmakers Rush to Adopt Colorfront’s On-Set Dailies System
LAS VEGAS, NAB Booth C8615 — April 8, 2011 — Colorfront’s On-Set Dailies, the innovative digital dailies system launched in September 2010, has already gained widespread acceptance by digital filmmakers around the world. Since its introduction at IBC 2010, On-Set Dailies has been chosen by major labs, studios and post-production facilities in Europe and North America for its comprehensive toolkit and best-in-class rendering performance.
Facilities adopting On-Set Dailies include EFILM / Deluxe, Company 3, Laser Pacific, PostWorks NY, Creative Science, Bling Digital, Sixteen 19, CinePostproduction and ARRI Film & TV (Germany), and Mikros Image (France).
High-budget productions currently underway with On-Set Dailies (OSD) include: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, starring Tom Hanks, shooting in New York, with dailies prepared on multiple linked OSDs by Deluxe. A clutch of 3D productions includes Fox’s feature Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, shooting in New Orleans; The Three Musketeers, starring Orlando Bloom; Hansel and Gretel in 3D, shooting in Berlin; and upcoming UK shoots for Gravity with George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.
Television credits include the recently-premiered first seasons of The Pillars of the Earth (Tandem Communications) and The Borgias (Showtime). On-Set Dailies was used to transfer over 500 hours of color-graded, sound-synced dailies for both AVID and Final Cut editorial, DVDs, and H264 QT for web delivery.
“Studios and facilities have been quick to see the advantages On-Set Dailies offers,” said Colorfront Managing Director, Aron Jaszberenyi. “The system’s market-leading features make it very quick and cost-effective to use, with a great return on investment and the rapid pace of adoption has helped to drive the development of new functionality and support for an ever-widening range of digital cameras and third-party systems.”
Developed by the team which won the 2010 Scientific and Engineering Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Autodesk's Lustre grading system, On-Set Dailies offers an all-embracing approach to digital dailies workflow, integrating all the necessary tools – including playback and sync, QC, color grading, stereoscopic 3D support, audio and metadata management – and providing the ability to generate simultaneous faster-than-real time deliverables in all common file formats.
Further information about On-Set Dailies is available at www.colorfront.com.
Colorfront, based in Budapest, Hungary, is one of Europe's leading DI and post-production facilities. The company was founded by brothers Mark and Aron Jaszberenyi, who together played a pivotal role in the emergence of non-linear DI. The company's R&D team earned an Academy Award for the development of Lustre, Autodesk's DI grading system.
Combining this in-depth expertise with a pedigree in the development of additional cutting-edge software for color enhancement and image processing, Colorfront offers today's most advanced technologies for on-set grading, digital dailies, VFX, online and offline editing, DI, conforming, mastering, and deliverables.
More information is available at www.colorfront.com.