China News Film Studio selects Quantel for 4K S3D 48p post

 

 Quantel Pablo Rio

 

China News Film Studio has purchased a Quantel Pablo Rio HFR high quality color and finishing system to support its unique 4K S3D 48p post workflow for feature films. The facility has also chosen a Neo control panel to provide seamless interaction with the system’s comprehensive grading toolset.

 

Pablo Rio is Quantel’s high quality color and finishing system that provides the ultimate productive post workflow. Pablo Rio runs on high performance PC hardware and exploits NVIDIA Maximus multi-GPU technology to deliver true interactivity and maximum productivity, with realtime performance at 4K 60p and beyond. Pablo Rio is available as software only and as a range of Quantel-backed turnkey systems.

 

Ms Rongyan Liu, Director of China News Film Studio, says, “Pablo Rio is the only system in the market that can support our 4K S3D 48p post workflow. We are continually impressed with Quantel’s industry-leading technology, immense power and intuitive toolset, allowing us to maximize our creativity and productivity.”

 

Quantel and Snell CEO, Tim Thorsteinson, said, “We are delighted that China News Film Studio has chosen Quantel to power its 4K S3D 48p post workflow. Pablo Rio allows the facility to push boundaries and stay at the forefront of S3D post, exploiting Pablo Rio’s unbeatable performance and comprehensive color and finishing toolset.”

 


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