MarquiseTechnologies’ Mastering System MIST Supports ACES Archiving

Marquise Technologies is permitting the long-term archival of ACES content using the benefits of an IMF architecture.

“MIST provides ACES productions with a truthful color pipeline from dailies to archive and more,” says Laurence Stoll, CEO of Marquise Technologies. “It is now possible to fill the gap between the color grade for digital cinema and the one for IMF for home distribution, by simply applying the corresponding ACES Output Transforms to create as many versions needed from the archival master in IMF: DCP, UHD HDR deliveries including Dolby Vision and much more.”

MIST supports IMF Application #5 requirements, including the ACES Authoring metadata, the Mastering Display Metadata and the Target Frames, wrapped as Ancillary Resources.

“Our mastering solution MIST was already permitting the creation of multiple deliverables using the ACES system, now with the properties of the IMF around it, the leverage is outstanding : more accuracy, less complexity and at the end, time savings,” he says.

Marquise Technologies’ ICE Reference Player and TORNADO transcoding engine are also supporting IMF App #5.

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