Phantom Cine QuickTime Toolkit 2.0.8
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This is a set of professional VR Cine QuickTime Components that will let you work with the raw data files from the Vision Research product line. These components allow you to import and work with these files, natively, in any QuickTime enabled application.
The Phantom Cine QuickTime Components will perform all of the importing, playback, de-bayer, white balancing, and color correction functions to the movie. All applications that use Apples QuickTime libraries can access all aspects of the Phantom Cine files. Applications ranging from Final Cut Pro, Adobe AfterEffects right down to iMovie, can import and play these files without any sort of conversion or preprocessing steps.
There are no direct "controls" or programs to launch in order to use these components. Your QuickTime enabled applications will simply "recognize" the Cine movie files as another movie format that can be used. Your Macintosh will also be "aware" of the files, much the same way QuickTime movies are already available to the system. Simply single-clicking on a Phantom Cine file in Finder, allows you to see a thumbnail of the image, for instance.
The Phantom Cine QuickTime Toolkit currently supports the following cameras: Phantom 65, Phantom HD, v10, v9x, Miro series, and v7x cameras. Earlier camera models are not supported. When the Phantom Cine QuickTime Toolkit is installed, you can do a "Get Info" on Cine file, and see which camera model created the Cine file.
The Phantom Cine QuickTime Toolkit will only open files with a ".cine" extension. Files with a ".cin" extension will be confused with the Cineon file format. If you cant open your Phantom Cine files, check to see that the extension is set properly.
The components are currently able to read and write 8-bit, 10-bit, 12-bit, and 14-bit Cine files. The software can perform assorted color conversions if desired. Enjoy!
- Provides user customizable time code track.
- Allows the user to choose from one of several debayer algorithms.
- Allows the user to use ITU-R BT.709-5 gamma or LOG 90 gamma.
- User can provide their own XYZ color transform matrix or use the built in ones.
- Can adjust white and black levels.
- Time code burn in.
- Auto-Detect presets for camera models.
- Adjust Frame rate to several different popular frame rates.
- Minimum: PowerPC G4 Macintosh; Recommended: Intel Based Macintosh.
- Minimum: 64 Megs of Video RAM; Recommended: QuickTime 7.2 (or later).
- Minimum: QuickTime 7.1 (or later); Recommended: 1920 x 1200 display.
- Minimum: 1280 x 1024 display; Recommended: A High Speed SATA2, SCSI or Fibrechannel storage array.
- If no license is purchased, the Phantom Cine movie is drawn with a colored watermark through the center of the image.
- Advanced options, and Time Code are also locked.
- Repairs problems with Time Code (23.976/24fps) as well as issues with the USB License keys.
- The Final Cut Pro Importer has been dramatically improved, as a result of a partial re-write.
- Users can now change settings on a Per Clip basis, when using the FCP importer.
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