Titanic 3D: CLIPSTER®, FUZE provide James Cameron with a seamless means to monitor stereo conversion

Posted by on May 7, 2012

Lightstorm Entertainment uses multiple CLIPSTER/FUZE digital cinema mastering systems in Los Angeles, Malibu and Sydney to playback and review uncompressed stereo media with unprecedented speed and flexibility.

Burbank. Before sailing back into theaters, newly and spectacularly rendered in 3D, Titanic went through final inspection via leading edge digital mastering and stereoscopic technology from DVS. Director James Cameron and his team from Lightstorm Entertainment used DVS’s CLIPSTER® and FUZE systems to review scenes from the movie in stereo as it was undergoing the 3D conversion process. CLIPSTER and FUZE facilitated the playback of uncompressed (2K) media in stereo allowing Cameron to view the film on a big screen in precisely the same form as audiences will see it in cinemas.

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