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Army Combat Readiness-Safety Center Installs DaVinci Resolve

The eight-GPU Linux-based Resolve for Realtime 4K, which has the ability to easily handle high resolutions such as 2K or 4K, stereoscopic 3D and real-time grading.
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The DaVinci Resolve system from Blackmagic Designs is ready to perform a number of color correction and other tasks for the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center at Fort Rucker, Ala.

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DaVinci Resolve ? The sale includes the installation of an eight-GPU Linux-based Resolve for Realtime 4K, which has the ability to easily handle high resolutions such as 2K or 4K, stereoscopic 3D and real-time grading.
?Comprehensive Technical Group Inc. in Atlanta handled overall integration responsibilities and worked with Blackmagic Professional Services to ensure a successful transition to the Resolve system.

The center collects and analyzes information on military accidents and produces multimedia materials to raise safety training and awareness. Read more about the center, including its production truck and workflow, in Government Videohere.

"Working with Blackmagic Designs to deploy the Resolve system at the Combat Readiness Center presented a unique opportunity to raise the U.S. Army's color correction and DI tasks to previously unparalleled levels. Our experiences in working with Blackmagic Designs on this project have far exceeded our already high expectations," said Andy Slusher, sales manager at Comprehensive Technical Group.

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