TVLogic IS-mini 4K Video Color Processor Announced – Real Time 3D LUTs for On-Set Preview

TVLogic IS-mini 4K Video Color Processor Announced - Real Time 3D LUTs for On-Set Preview

TVLogic has announced the IS-mini 4K video color processor for both, SDR and HDR production. It is designed to be used for real-time on-set camera 3D LUT preview and it supports 12G-SDI. The IS-mini 4K also includes a free license for the WonderLook Pro color management software.

TVLogic IS-mini 4K Video Color Processor. Source: TVLogic

One of TVLogic’s announcements for the upcoming NAB show is the IS-mini 4K. It is a real-time digital color processor (3D LUT Box), designed for on-set camera preview, SDR and HDR broadcasting and post production. The system supports standard SDI formats up to 12G-SDI. It offers 12G-SDI output, 12G-SDI by-pass output, and HDMI 2.0 conversion output.

The IS-mini 4K features LAN and USB connectors to communicate with the computer and the software, and supports triangular pyramid interpolation and 26x26x26 3D LUTs.

TVLogic IS-mini 4K Video Color Processor. Source: TVLogic

The purchase of the IS-mini 4K includes a free license for the color management software WonderLook Pro. It also supports third party software, so if you prefer a different tool, no problem there.

Supported signals

Specification table (in comparison with IS-miniX)

WonderLook Pro

The WonderLook Pro color management software enables users to create and deliver 3D LUTs in real time to the IS-mini 4K – and even to third-party hardware, such as AJA FS-HDR.

WonderLook Pro color management software. Source: TVLogic

It supports various color format conversions and includes a color profile database for cameras. The WonderLook Pro enables rendering and user color correction, camera control and monitor calibration, and multiple IS-mini 4K control options.

We don’t have any information about pricing and availability yet, but we will update this article as soon as we do. More technical info about he IS-mini 4K video color processor can be found here.

What do you think of the new IS-mini 4K video color processor? Do you use such devices? Could it enhance your workflow? Let us know in the comments underneath the article.

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