The Machine Room installs MTI Film's CORRECT

London, UK - January 1, 2005 - MTI Film, a leading supplier of software solutions for the film and video industries, announces that The Machine Room purchased CORRECT V.4 software recently and has begun using it for their restoration work. CORRECT V.4 premiered at IBC this past September and is the latest version that includes paint tools, batch processing, HD RGB 4:4:4 format support and FLEXlm licensing. The Machine Room is the third installation in London in recent months.

Darryl Huxley, Technical Director at The Machine Room says, "We chose CORRECT because it is the simplest solution." Many restoration jobs can be done in most edit suites using Flame and Inferno. However, it is a lot easier to use the MTI product with a basic operator instead of an editor. "It's faster and a lot better than an edit suite and it comes with good credentials; two other companies are using it in London," he continues.

The Machine Room recently completed restoration work on two feature films, Bollywood's "Bride and Prejudice" and "Churchill: The Hollywood Years." The Machine Room does clean up work for most of the major film archive companies in the UK and CORRECT will be used to complete these jobs.

The installation was negotiated by root6, also in London. root6 is the leading supplier of creative technology to the UK broadcast, film and post-production communities. Dil Dhillon of Root6 says, "MTI offers huge variability because of its open format which allows it to do 2K down to SD."

The CORRECT digital restoration system, first introduced over ten years ago, has been a highly successful component of MTI Film's Digital Intermediate platform, providing high-speed correction capabilities and efficient file management through its integrated user interface. "We see the new features incorporated in CORRECT V.4: a paint tool, batch processing, and support of HD RGB 4:4:4 and a new FLEXlm licensing system, as a major milestone release," states Pat Howley, director of sales, at MTI Film.