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Digital Vision World – Corporate and Support update

Digital Vision World – Corporate and Support update



Important Update
Building on the exciting launch of DigitalVision.World, we want to make the best of a fresh start and our dedicated team is keen to get back to basics – concentrating on delivering great products and great service to our valued customers.
Corporate and Support Update – This is a PDF file and will open in a new window
Please contact me if us have any questions and we look forward to continuing our work with you.

University of Westminster invest in Phoenix Finish.

Digital Vision are proud to announce that the School of Media, Art and Design at the University of Westminster invest in Phoenix Finish for their new archive facility.


“The release of 2018.2 coincides with the launch of Digital Vision’s educational establishment program. The program will ensure that media courses at schools, colleges and universities around the world have access to the best image science for colour grading and restoration in Digital Vision’s Nucoda, Phoenix and DVO.

“Nucoda 2018.1, hugely impressive!”

“Nucoda 2018.1, hugely impressive!”

“I’m hugely impressed with the speed benefits Nucoda 2018 is giving us. Prores renders are over 3x faster, and as we make a lot of files, this makes a huge difference”

Gerry Gedge Head of Grading at R3Store Studios.



Since the start of Gerry’s career in the industry way back in 1983, Gerry has worked on a considerable range of challenging projects across film production.

Digital Vision announce release of version 2018.1


Digital Vision announces release of 2018.1 of Nucoda grading and Phoenix restoration software.

2018.1 is another major release for us and we hope you will enjoy the new features.



Some of the new features in 2018.1

– Add multiple effects in an effects layer
– DVO Scratch Target
– DVO Dirt Map, improved DVO DryClean

– New track solo mode, updates to track lock, selecting and viewing
– Clip Extract – extract clips from a mixdown source
– Performance increase in reading and writing Apple Prores
– Video I/O – Access to HDR settings via HDMI with AJA Kona
– ACES file properties change for YCbCr files
– Improved grade merge tool

Be sure to read the 2018.1 New Features document for an explanation of what’s new.