MTI Film has been steadily improving and adding new features to its core products, Cortex and DRS™Nova, to simplify the management of content from the set to the screen, and make restoring film and television content faster and less costly.
NAB Show is back live for the first time in two years and MTI Film has also returned to Las Vegas showcasing the latest versions of CORTEX, its groundbreaking workflow utility, and DRS™NOVA, its industry leading digital restoration software.
Twenty-five years after it debuted to wide critical and popular acclaim, the award-winning documentary Everest is back in giant-screen theaters. MacGillivray Freeman Films, producers of Everest, spent months completing an all-new 16K restoration of the film for a special digitally-remastered release.
MTI Film has released DRS™NOVA v5, the latest version of its industry-leading digital restoration software.
Prasad, the world leader in film preservation, digitization and restoration, has formed a strategic partnership with Colorlab, the Washington, DC digital film laboratory, to offer film scanning services via its Scanity HDR 4K Film Scanner with WetGate.
MTI Film will demonstrate the newest versions of CORTEX, its workflow mastering solution, and DRS™Nova, its industry-leading digital restoration software, at NAB Show New York. MTI Film will be showcasing both products (in tandem with CineSys-Oceana) at Booth N831. NAB Show New York runs October 16-17 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.