For immediate Release: September 9, 2013
Marquise Technologies to unveil ICE, Image Control Engine
In world premiere, Marquise Technologies will demonstrate at IBC 2013 their newest product, ICE (for Image Control Engine)
Geneva, Switzerland – Marquise Technologies announced today a new product dedicated to Quality Control, ICE. ICE is an universal player capable of playing back any type of file from SD to 4K, including Digital Cinema packages as well as Interoperable Master Format (IMF) packages, immediately, without prior ingestion.
Dedicated to post houses, broadcasters, archives and cinema operators, ICE plays natively all the formats used in the industry in the production, post production and distribution phases. From RAW files (ARRIRAW, R3D, SONY F65, CinemaDNG, etc.) to DCP and IMF packages, including editorial and post-production formats (DPX, OpenEXR, H265, MXF, DNxHD, ProRes, etc.) all the formats are played back without preliminary ingest, independently of resolution or frame rate.
A proficient Player engine
DCP and IMF QC & Reporting
From stand-alone to large infrastructures
“ICE is the answer to many requests we had from the industry. While one can easily find desktop software to play various file formats, none of the existing products has the right feature set to cover the versatile needs of modern and emerging workflows. With the advent of IMF, H265 and UHDTV, accompanied by established standards for Digital Cinema and challenged every day by new digital camera file formats, facilities need a unique, powerful tool that is capable of playing back media from SD to 4K without prior ingest or transcoding. Moreover the ability to review and analyze the media has become a key process at various places in the current and future workflows. ICE completes this mission easily and all in real-time. Connected to a DCI projector or a HD/4K broadcast monitor and powered by an advanced color management system, including the support for IIF/ACES, ICE is the perfect QC tool for any facility, post or broadcast” says Laurence Stoll, CEO at Marquise Technologies.
ICE is available in different configurations to fit customer’s needs at their best. The first release version will be shipped in October 2013.
Visit Marquise Technologies at IBC 2013
Marquise Technologies’ booth 7.H03 - Hall 7